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Toyota Highlander and Venza 2010 won the award for "Best choice in matters of security"

The American organization Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has announced that the Highlander and Venza 2010 each deserves the award for "best choice in matters of security."

"Best choice in matters of security" is the highest distinction awarded by the Security IIHS. To deserve such an award, a vehicle must earn the highest rating ("good") during the impact tests before, lateral, rear and rollover IIHS, and be equipped with an electronic control system for stability . IIHS tests have become more stringent in 2010 following the addition of the rollover test.

To deserve the "right" side by the rollover test, the roof must be able to support the equivalent of four times the weight of the vehicle, while the current Federal standard requires that the roof can not stand once and half the weight of the vehicle. During the tests the IIHS, the roof of Highlander supports a force equal 4.74 times the weight of the vehicle. The roof of the Venza as a support him the equivalent of 4.70 times the weight of the vehicle.

The IIHS is a research and communication independent nonprofit funded by auto insurance companies.

All Toyota models meet or exceed the safety requirements in North America.

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