In its summer round of testing, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has certified 10 more models as keeping occupants safe in a crash.
To get a Top Safety Pick rating, a vehicle must get a score of at least Acceptable in crash tests that cover front and side impact and rollover accidents. In addition, if a well-rated vehicle also offers accident prevention systems such as automatic braking, it gets the maximum Top Safety Pick Plus rating.
Two of these 10 cars -- the small-car Chevrolet Sonic and the small hybid Prius C -- came back for another try at the tests with a redesign after an initial Poor rating.
Read on for a look at how these 10 vehicles, from pickups to SUVs to small cars, fared in the crash tests.