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Subaru tops all manufacturers in Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 2010 ratings

Subaru, long-known for its industry standard all-wheel-drive system, has received another safety honor. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has honored Subaru as the only car maker to have top picks in all four classes in which it competes. Subaru won five top awards overall for 2010.

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Chevrolet Malibu, Volvo S60 get largest depreciation, appreciation honors

The redesigned Chevrolet Malibu has been marketed more heavily than any other car in the United States in the past two years in its manufacturer’s desire to infiltrate sales the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, the country’s top-two bet-selling sedans.

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Ford, Volvo, Honda, Acura dominate Institute For Highway Safety's 34 Vehicles Top Pick

The Institute for Highway Safety has selected its 2008 Top Safety Pick award recipients, and automakers have more than doubled the number of vehicles that meet the criteria. The award recognizes vehicles that do the best job of protecting people in front, side, and rear crashes based on ratings in the Institute’s tests.

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Volvo S80, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review

I was recently driving on Interstate 5 about an hour south of Sacramento. The traffic flow was smooth and fast, and my cruise control was set slightly above 75 mph. A vehicle in the lane to my right moved ahead, the driver singled, adeptly moved into my lane and steadily advanced. My car, however, a 2007 Volvo S80, suddenly slowed.

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