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  • 2010 Ford Taurus red front
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    Safest Cars For Teens

  • 2007 volvo s80 silver front driving
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    Great Large Cars

    2007 and newer  Volvo S80: $5,800 (pictured)

    2010 and newer  Ford Taurus: $10,900

    2010 and newer Buick LaCrosse: $11,300

    2011 and newer  Buick Regal: $11,500

    2009 and newer Lincoln MKS: $12,300

    2011 and newer Toyota Avalon: $15,700

    2012 and newer Hyundai Azera: $16,800

    2010 and newer Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan and coupe: $19,000

    2011 and newer Infiniti M37/M56/Q70: $19,900

  • Acura RL silver driving
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    Good Large Cars

    2006-11 Hyundai Azera: $4,100

    2005 and newer Audi A6 sedan: $6,000

    2005-12 Acura RL: $6,700 (Pictured)

    2009 Ford Taurus: $7,100

    2008-11 Cadillac DTS: $7,700

    2009 Mercury Sable: $7,700

    2011 and newer Chevrolet Impala: $8,700

    2007-09 and newer Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan: $8,800

    2009-10 Toyota Avalon: $9,000

    2006 and newer Lexus GS: $9,300

    2008 and newer Cadillac CTS: $9,700

  • 2010 Subaru Outback
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    Great Midsize Cars

    2009 and newer Volkswagen Jetta sedan and wagon: $5,600

    2008 and newer Volvo C30: $7,000

    2009 and newer Volkswagen Passat sedan: $7,300

    2010 and newer; built after April 2010 Ford Fusion (2010 Fusions built before May meet "good choice" criteria): $7,400

    2010-11; built after April 2010 Mercury Milan (2010 Milans built before May meet "good choice" criteria): $7,400

    2011 and newer Chrysler 200 sedan: $8,000

    2010 and newer; built after November 2009 Chevrolet Malibu: $8,200

    2009 and newer Volkswagen CC: $8,300

    2008 and newer Audi A3: $8,400

    2011 and newer Dodge Avenger: $8,900

    2010 and newer Subaru Legacy: $9,300

    2011 and newer Hyundai Sonata: $9,900

    2010 and newer; built after April 2010 Lincoln MKZ: $10,000

    2011 and newer Kia Optima: $10,200

    2009 and newer Audi A4 sedan: $10,800

    2012 and newer Honda Accord sedan, 2013 and newer coupe: $10,900

    2010 and newer Subaru Outback: $11,300 (Pictured)

    2012 and newer Toyota Camry: $11,300

    2013 and newer Nissan Altima: $12,200

    2009-14 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan: $12,300

    2012 and newer Buick Verano: $12,400

    2011 and newer Volvo S60: $13,400 (price is for 2012, which had lower trim level available)

    2012 and newer Toyota Prius v: $14,200

    2014 and newer Mazda 6: $15,100

    2012 and newer Acura TSX sedan and wagon: $16,600

    2012 and newer; built after April 2012 Acura TL: $17,300

  • Suzuki Kizashi Sport red front beach
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    Good Midsize Cars

    2005-11 Saab 9-5 sedan and wagon: $2,700

    2005-11 Saab 9-3 sedan and wagon: $2,800

    2006-10 Hyundai Sonata: $3,300

    2006-08 Volkswagen Passat sedan and wagon: $3,400

    2005-08; built after October 2004 Audi A4 sedan and wagon: $4,200

    2007-09 Volvo S60: $4,400

    2010-13 Suzuki Kizashi: $4,500 (Pictured)

    2005-08 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan: $4,600

    2004-12 Acura TL: $4,800

    2009 Saturn Aura: $5,500

    2007 and newer Volvo S40: $5,600

    2006-07 Audi A3: $5,800

    2006 and newer BMW 3-series sedan: $5,900

    2009-13 Mazda 6: $6,600

    2010-12 Mitsubishi Galant: $6,700

    2009-10 Chevrolet Malibu: $7,200

    2008-11 Honda Accord sedan: $7,200

    2010 Kia Optima: $7,300

    2009 Subaru Legacy: $7,700

    2010 Pontiac G6 sedan: $7,800

    2009-10; built before May 2010 Lincoln MKZ: $8,000

    2010-12 Nissan Altima: $8,100

    2006 and newer Lexus IS 250: $8,500

    2010-11 Toyota Camry: $8,900

    2007 and newer Infiniti G sedan: $9,000

    2007 and newer Lexus ES 350: $9,600

  • 2014 Jeep Patriot red driving forest
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    Great Small SUVs

    2007-11 Honda Element: $6,700

    2009 and newer Volkswagen Tiguan: $7,900

    2009 and newer Subaru Forester: $9,000

    2011 and newer Mitsubishi Outlander Sport: $9,300

    2010 and newer Hyundai Tucson: $10,400

    2011 and newer Kia Sportage: $11,300

    2014 and newer Jeep Patriot: $13,700 (Pictured)

    2013 and newer Ford Escape: $14,000

    2014 and newer Mitsubishi Outlander: $14,400

    2013 and newer Mazda CX-5: $14,800

    2012 and newer Honda CR-V: $15,400

    2013 and newer Buick Encore: $15,500

    2013 and newer Toyota RAV4: $17,600

    2014 and newer Nissan Rogue (except Select): $18,500

  • mercury mariner hybrid
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    Good Small SUVs

    2006-13 Suzuki Grand Vitara: $3,500

    2007-13 Mitsubishi Outlander: $4,600

    2009-11 Mazda Tribute: $5,700

    2009-12 Ford Escape: $6,100

    2008-13 Nissan Rogue: $6,900

    2007-12 Toyota RAV4: $7,600

    2007-11 Honda CR-V: $8,300

    2009-11 Mercury Mariner: $8,400 (Pictured)

  • Mercedes-Benz GLK gray front
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    Great Midsize SUVs

    2005 and newer Volvo XC90: $4,600

    2006 and newer Subaru Tribeca/B9 Tribeca: $6,000

    2010 and newer Dodge Journey: $8,700

    2010 and newer Chevrolet Equinox: $11,100

    2010 and newer; built after January 2010 Ford Flex: $11,700

    2010 and newer GMC Terrain: $12,000

    2008 and newer Toyota Highlander: $12,000

    2008 and newer Infiniti EX: $12,100

    2009 and newer Toyota Venza: $12,200

    2011 and newer Kia Sorento: $12,300

    2011 and newer; built after February 2011 Ford Edge: $13,300

    2010 and newer Volvo XC60: $13,500

    2011 and newer Ford Explorer: $16,200

    2010 and newer; built after March 2010 Lincoln MKT: $16,200

    2011 and newer Dodge Durango: $16,300

    2010 and newer Cadillac SRX: $16,900

    2009 and newer Audi Q5: $17,300

    2014 and newer Jeep Cherokee: $17,500

    2013 and newer Honda Crosstour: $17,700

    2012 and newer Honda Pilot: $18,200

    2011 and newer Jeep Grand Cherokee: $18,500

    2011 and newer Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: $19,100 (Pictured) 

  • 2007 Hyundai Veracruz gold late
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    Good Midsize SUVs

    2008-09 Suzuki XL7: $3,600

    2007-11 Mazda CX-7: $5,000

    2008-09 Saturn Vue: $5,000

    2008-09 Ford Taurus X: $5,700

    2006-11 Honda Pilot: $6,000

    2007 and newer  Hyundai Santa Fe: $6,400

    2007 and newer  Mazda CX-9: $6,600

    2007-12 Hyundai Veracruz: $7,000 (Pictured)

    2007-11; built before March 2011 Ford Edge: $7,600

    2006 and newer  Mercedes-Benz M-Class: $9,000

    2010-11 Mitsubishi Endeavor: $9,500

    2009-10 Ford Explorer: $9,600

    2009 Ford Flex: $9,900

    2007 and newer  Lincoln MKX: $9,900

  • 2011 Chevy Traverse red rear driving
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    Great Large SUVs

    2011 and newer Chevrolet Traverse: $13,500

    2011 and newer GMC Acadia: $15,400

    2011 and newer Buick Enclave: $16,100

  • mercedes-benz r-class silver rear bridge
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    Good Large SUVs

    2008-09; built after March 2008 Saturn Outlook: $7,800

    2007-12 Mercedes-Benz R-Class: $8,500 (Pictured)

  • Dodge Grand Caravan black front fall leaves
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    Great Minivans

    2012 and newer Dodge Grand Caravan: $11,600

    2012 and newer Volkswagen Routan: $11,800

    2011 and newer Toyota Sienna: $13,200

    2011 and newer Honda Odyssey: $13,600

    2012 and newer Chrysler Town & Country: $14,600

  • Good Minivans
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    Good Minivans

    2006 and newer Kia Sedona: $3,400

    2005-10 Honda Odyssey: $4,100 (Pictured)

    2007-08 Hyundai Entourage: $4,400

    2008-11 Chrysler Town & Country: $5,600

    2008-11 Dodge Grand Caravan: $6,200

    2009-11 Volkswagen Routan: $6,300

  • 2007 Toyota Tundra gold front
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    Great Pickup Trucks

    2007 and newer Toyota Tundra crew cab (Double Cab): $12,200

    2011 and newer Ford F-150 crew cab (SuperCrew): $16,800

  • Honda Ridgeline
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    Good Pickup Trucks

    2006-2014 Honda Ridgeline: $7,700 (Pictured)

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