No One Has Ever Died In This Model Volvo

When it comes to car safety, look no further than the Volvo XC90. That’s because it has been confirmed that not a single person has ever died in the Swedish SUV. Figures provided by the police as a result of personal injury accidents on public roads show that no driver or passenger fatalities have ever been reported in an XC90 since records began in 2004. Volvo is a brand that has long been renowned for its focus on safety and the entire Volvo range has been fitted with automatic emergency braking as standard since 2014. Meanwhile, the second-generation XC90, which launched the same year, debuted two world-first safety aids: run-off road protection and automatic emergency braking at junctions. This means that if the car inadvertently leaves the road, run-off road protection automatically tightens the front seat belts to keep occupants in the safest possible position. Meanwhile, automatic emergency braking activates if the driver turns into the path of an oncoming vehicle at a junction. Volvo has been at the forefront of automotive occupant safety since they invented the three-point seat belt in 1959. At this point in time, it’s safe to say that there’s simply no safer car on the road than a Volvo.