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IIHS has released a video of the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan in their crash test. What do you guys think of the crumpling and airbags? The airbags look like they perfectly hug your head during a crash but not sure about the crumple zone.


Here's the score for the 2016 Honda civic Sedan on the IIHS site.

CRASHWORTHINESS (G stands for Good, the highest score available)
Small overlap front
G
Moderate overlap front
G
Side
G
Roof strength
G
Head restraints & seats
G

FRONT CRASH PREVENTION
SUPERIOR
with optional
equipment

CHILD SEAT ANCHORS (LATCH)
EASE OF USE
A(for Acceptable, second highest score)
 

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That's amazing, A Pillars weren't even compromised and the cabin seem to have held up well, doubt there was much moving around the footwell area to injure the driver or passenger. Hopefully the coupe ranks just as well.
 

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Looks good to me, just like the 9th gen. tests. The front is supposed to crumple in the small offset test. It's what keeps the folks in the passenger cabin alive. The air bags look good to me also. I'll chalk it up to a plus for the 10th gen.
 
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Looks good to me, just like the 9th gen. tests. The front is supposed to crumple in the small offset test. It's what keeps the folks in the passenger cabin alive. The air bags look good to me also. I'll chalk it up to a plus for the 10th gen.
Exactly. As long as the structure of the cabin isn't comprimised, i'm good :D
 
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