The IIHS has been ranking vehicles for safety for years now, but the Top Safety Pick+ designation was developed in 2013 to help distinguish vehicles that go above and beyond in the realm of safety.
Earning “good” rankings — the highest available from the IIHS — in small-overlap front, moderate-overlap front, side, roof-strength, and head-restraint tests, the Outlander also received praise for having advanced frontal crash-prevention systems available.
Many families look toward SUVs as the modern family vehicle, and that makes the Outlander a prime candidate after passing such a rigorous safety test. Safety features include traction and stability control, anti-lock brakes, an array of airbags, and options like lane-departure and forward-collision warnings.
There's more to love about the Outlander than its safety, however.
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Drivers looking for modern technology amenities like Bluetooth, a navigation system, and more have them available with upgrades to the SE or GT trim levels.
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