Munich. BMW is unapproachable to announce a Insurance
Institute for Highway Safety named a 2017 BMW 2 Series Coupe and
2017 BMW 3 Series Sedan a “Top Safety Pick+”, stability a company’s
long-standing joining to offer class-leading reserve with any new
model. In sequence to acquire a 2017 Top Safety Pick +, a car contingency earn
good ratings in a 5 IIHS crashworthiness tests — tiny overlap
front, assuage overlie front, side, roof strength and conduct restraints
— as good as an modernized or higher rating for front pile-up prevention
and new for 2017, an excusable or good headlight rating.
Following BMW’s joining to safety, a BMW 3 Series Sedan
underwent a array of tiny overlie encouragement measures for a 2017
indication year. The IIHS evaluated this new 3 Series in Dec of 2016
receiving a “GOOD” rating in a tough tiny overlie pile-up test,
ensuring a 2017 BMW 3 Series Sedan a TSP+ grade.
Since a introduction in 2014, a BMW 2 Series has been recognized
by a IIHS each year for 4 uninterrupted appearances. The 2 Series
has been praised for a physique structure firmness receiving a top
rating in all crashworthiness tests. Most recently a 2017 BMW 2
Series Coupe was awarded a “Top Safety Pick” in a 2017 IIHS TSP/TSP+
in early Dec 2016. BMW afterwards implemented improvements to a 2017
BMW 2 Series Coupe headlights. The IIHS evaluated this car at
their proof drift in late Dec 2016 and was awarded a “GOOD”
rating. With this outcome a 2017 BMW 2 Series earns once again a “Top
Safety Pick +” rating.
The 2017 BMW 2 Series Coupe and 2017 BMW 3 Series Coupe yield a
high-level of customary reserve facilities including BMW Assist eCall, BMW
TeleService, Dynamic Stability Control, Brake Dry Assist, Cornering
Brake Control and Dynamic Traction Control. Optional facilities such as
Lane Departure Warning, Frontal Collision Warning including Pedestrian
Warning and City Collision Mitigation are also available.