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We no longer report Euro NCAP data. This is now contained within the new global assessment by SE&SE (U.S., Euro and China).

A. Percent of Nameplates Achieving 4-Star or Better NCAP Overall Vehicle Score (OVS)

Data is for the model year noted.

Percent of Ford Motor Company vehicles tested by model year

 201620172018
Ford961951742
Toyota100100753
GM100100804
  •  Third-party rated (NHTSA)

Data notes and analysis:

  1. Transit Medium Roof earned a three-star rating.
  2. Data includes Ford and Lincoln. 2018 MY Ford Transit Low Roof variant is rated 3 star overall.
  3. Data is for Toyota only; Lexus not included because over half of its nameplates have not been tested by NHTSA.
  4. Data includes Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac.

For detailed information on the NCAP system, see www.safercar.gov, and in particular www.safercar.gov/staticfiles/toolkit/pdfs/faq.pdf (pdf, 212kb).

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B. Percent of Nameplates Achieving 5-Star NCAP Overall Vehicle Score (OVS)

Data is for the model year noted.

Percent of Ford Motor Company vehicles tested by model year

 201620172018
Ford1627160
Toyota2585056
GM3675361
  •  Third-party rated (NHTSA)

Data notes and analysis:

  1. This data includes Ford and Lincoln.
  2. Data only includes Toyota; Lexus not included because over half of its nameplates have not been tested by NHTSA.
  3. This data includes Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) does not test each new vehicle model every year, but a sample of new vehicles predicted to have high sales volumes or that have been structurally redesigned. It is therefore difficult to compare results to previous model years, particularly when many new models are launched. Even though our vehicles are safer than ever, our ratings are not necessarily comparable to previous years. For more detailed information, see www.safercar.gov and www.safercar.gov/staticfiles/toolkit/pdfs/faq.pdf (pdf, 212kb).

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C. U.S. Safety Recalls

 201520162017
Number of safety recalls403337
Number of units (million)4.995.973.79
  •  Reported to regulatory authorities (NHTSA)