Which Honda Models in Illinois Are the Safest?
If you're looking for the safest Honda models in Illinois , you're going to want to consider the Honda Accord, Honda Civic Hatchback, Honda Civic Sedan, Honda Insight, Honda Odyssey, or Honda CR-V. These are the six Honda models that we're recently named as Top Safety Picks by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.* Each model received the highest possible score in all six IIHS crash tests and scored “SUPERIOR” on vehicle-to-vehicle frontal crash prevention.
So what makes these Honda models so safe? Well, it's the state of the art safety features that come on these Honda models such as:
Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) structure which features supplemental restraint systems, airbags from all necessary angles, and other installations designed to protect.
Honda Sensing has also become a standard with Honda vehicles and ensures that accidents never happen. In addition, drivers can rely on pedestrian detection systems, forward collision warnings, road departure mitigation, lane-keeping assist systems, and more to have their back in our available models.
Not only are these Honda models safe, they come with added benefits like having great fuel efficiency ratings, are spacious, have great style, and more.
The 2022 Honda Accord and 2022 Honda Civic Sedan offer drivers incredible gas mileage around the city and on the highway. The Accord has slightly more legroom, while the 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback delivers an entirely new design and function with a whopping 25.4 cubic feet of volume for storage. The 2022 Honda Odyssey continued its streak as one of the most dependable family cars on the market, while the 2022 Honda CR-V delivered safety and sportiness. The 2022 Honda Insight is one of the safest hybrids available and averages an easy 55 miles per gallon in the city**.
To learn more about our Honda models and safety features, find the closest Honda dealer to you in Illinois today!
**Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.