Consumer Reports' crash test videos let you watch crash tests on several makes and models tested using the (American) Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash test. Hearing that a car scores acceptable or poor on a crash test is one thing, but actually seeing a dummy's head flopping around is another thing entirely. The videos are available for/applicable to vehicles as old as 1995, but most of the cars tested are newer than 2000. Looks like a good resource to check out before you buy your next car.
Take Your New Car for a Crash Test Before Buying
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