Volvo Safety Ratings Set These Cars and Crossovers Apart

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Many drivers know that Volvo has one of the best reputations for safety features and technology -- it’s why Chicagoland drivers visit Patrick Volvo when they need a family car -- but we want to make sure you know that it’s backed by evidence. Discover each of our vehicles’ safety ratings below so you can drive home from our Schaumburg dealership with confidence.

NHTSA and IIHS Volvo Safety Scores

  • 2018 Volvo S60: Five-star NHTSA Overall Vehicle Safety Rating as well as Five-Star Front Driver Side and Front Passenger Side Ratings. The IIHS awarded the Volvo S60 a 2018 Top Safety Pick.
  • 2018 Volvo S90: The NHTSA only rates the highest production volume cars, which does not include the Volvo S90, however,  the IIHS awarded the Volvo S90 its top score, “Good,” in Small Overlap Front, Moderate Overlap Front, and Head Restraint tests.
  • 2018 Volvo XC60: As with the S90, the volume of XC60 models on the market means it has gone untested by the NHTSA, but the IIHS has awarded it a 2018 Top Safety Pick thanks to top scores in crash tests and a Superior Frontal Crash Prevention rating.
  • 2018 Volvo XC90: Five-star NHTSA Overall Vehicle Safety Rating as well as Five-Star Front Driver Side and Front Passenger Side Ratings mark this as a top family SUV, and the IIHS awarded the XC90 its top score of “Good” in Small Overlap Front, Moderate Overlap Front, and Head Restraint tests.

More Than Safety, Discover Style in a New Volvo

The lineup of new Volvo models have safety scores that make them beloved as family cars for drivers from Arlington Heights to Palatine, but there’s more to these vehicles than their dedicated reputation for safety. See everything these vehicles have to offer at Patrick Volvo -- contact us to learn more about Volvo safety or schedule your test drive.

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