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[YesAuto crash test interpretation] A few days ago, the United States IIHS (Insurance Association for Road Traffic Safety) announced the latest batch of midsize SUVs (medium SUVs classified by IIHS, according to our classification, which includes medium SUVs and medium and large SUVs). 25% frontal offset collision score. The models included in this test are: Nissan's all-new Loulan, Ford FLEX, Hyundai Gree, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Free Light, Dodge Durango and Dodge Coolway. Nissan's all-new Loulan has received “excellent” evaluations in all crash test projects, and IIHS awarded it the “Top Safety Pick+” title.

● Nissan's new Loulan

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● Jeep Wrangler

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● Jeep Free Light

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● Ford FLEX

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● Hyundai Gree

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● Dodge Coolway

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For medium-sized SUVs and medium- and large-sized SUVs, through optimization of the body structure and enhancement of component strength, it is still certain to deal with the 25% frontal offset crash test. However, some older body structure designs are not suitable for this type of high-intensity test because they did not consider the small-scale frontal offset collision situation at the beginning of the design. (Photo/Chang Qinglin, Auto Home)