Toyota Highlander gets mostly A's in IIHS frontal crash test
IIHS said body movement was well-controlled during the frontal crash and that the chance of injury to legs, chest and neck was minimal. That said, however, the dummy's head did strike the steering wheel through the airbag, which is where the Toyota's lower head injury score came from.
These test results are an improvement over the 2007 model's, which also good an average on head and neck but another one on injuries to the right leg and foot.
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