BMW 3 series and CX-5 successfully passed crash test
|   Saturday, May 26, 2012
BMW recently conducted crash test on their 3 series 320i and CX-5. The company's motive behind this test was to know how safe the persons who are inside the car are, when it collides with any other vehicle. Repeating the test three times, the company claimed of having the safety level of more than 78% in their cars.

BMW also claims that the overall test score of their cars is much better as compare with any other luxury automaker of Germany.
Officially announced by the company on the last Friday "Our two models have successfully passed the crash test and this is what we were looking for".
"Now there is no need to worry about the safety of both these models", said by the company on the same day. The company also told that they have not just focused on the safety of some specific parts of the body, but their prime focus is the safety of all the parts of the body during an incidence.

Test on Mazda CX-5 has shown that even if driver fail to use emergency brake just before its collision with anything, still the safety level of the driver and other people inside the car remains safe. The information was released by the company itself on Friday.

According to an article published in last Saturday German newspaper, the BMW test on both of their vehicle is a sure success. According to that news the safety of a person is now increased by up to 50 percent more while driving these cars. The news also indicated that the test has given a favorable report about the safety of people inside the cars. According to this report all the parts of both of these cars that can harm a person respond in a safe manner during the test.

Though the crash test on both of these cars is a big success, but the results clearly indicated that safety of CX-5 and its overall score is somewhere better as compare to its 3 series 320i. Also the overall damage to the rear passengers is less as compare with 320i‘s rear passengers.

Giving information to the media the CEO of this German automaker told media that the successful results of the tests would help them in spreading more awareness about the safety of both these cars. According to him, this is something that will help the company to attain the crown of most safe and valuable brand. He also told media that the company is soon going to conduct some more similar test on their cars.

This would help the company to modify all such factors that are mainly responsible for the injury of people inside the car during an accident. He also told media that this will help them to avoid such designs that are not safe for the people.
Consideration of other luxury automakers towards such tests on some of their vehicles was also the reason behind the conduction of this test by BMW. This is according to latest news broadcasted on a German news channel.
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