Additional Camera Angles & Pre/Post-Test Photos.
25% Overlap at 40 Mph / 64 Km/h, Impacting the passenger side.

Rating Applicable for Dr/Pa
Overall Rating= G
Safety Cage= G
Head/Neck= G / G
Chest= G / G
Hip/Thigh= G / G
Lower Leg/Foot= G / G
Restraints= A

Dummy Readings Dr/Pa:
HIC - 228 / 378
Spinal G's - 32 / 32


    • ji wang
      ji wang

      Looks safe to me!

      about 1 month ago
    • Valera Timati
      Valera Timati


      about 1 month ago
    • SLAND OF
      SLAND OF

      Суки я вас ненавижу блять

      about 1 month ago
    • David Abrahowitz-Yisrael
      David Abrahowitz-Yisrael

      Minor scratch. Walk it off !!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Bianca Garcia
      Bianca Garcia In reply to David Abrahowitz-Yisrael

      David Abrahowitz-Yisrael 😂😂😂🤣

      about 1 month ago
    • Beastgamer 17
      Beastgamer 17

      Damn the passenger airbag is huge!

      about 3 months ago
    • Coffeecoffee Coffeecoffee
      Coffeecoffee Coffeecoffee

      I will be able to make I'll be able to make it better

      about 4 months ago
    • whattheheck1000

      3:06 - 3:33 - Those pictures had to have been taken maybe 30 seconds to 2 minutes after the crash. Unless they've changed policy since 2009, after the crash test the people watching come down and look at the car after the test. They have to sweep up the debris first and it doesn't look like they've done that yet. These pictures were probably taken by an IIHS employee, probably on a smartphone. Last time I was at the IIHS was 2009 and smartphones were still uncommon then.

      The curtain airbags still look firmly inflated. How long do those things stay inflated on this car? Back in 2008 when I saw my first IIHS crash test in person, a 2009 Hyundai Genesis, I was told that sometimes they deactivate the curtain airbags in the front offset test (moderate overlap, there was no small overlap then) so that the cameras can see inside the car better. But there were cars that were tested at the IIHS then that deployed their curtain airbags in the offset, so I'm not sure under what circumstances they deactivated those curtain airbags. I think they still deactivate the passenger side curtain airbags in front offset tests where there's only a driver dummy in the car.

      January 11, 2019 10:29 pm

      about 7 months ago
    • Ryver Choy
      Ryver Choy

      Glad I chose the SE with no moon/sun roof for my family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

      about 7 months ago
    • James Charles
      James Charles In reply to Ryver Choy

      Ryver Choy Why? (Just curious)

      about 1 month ago
    • First Last
      First Last

      3:03 Why are the vehicle's reverse lights on?

      about 8 months ago
    • OwenGoesPlayz Yea
      OwenGoesPlayz Yea In reply to First Last

      hahaha laughed my ass off

      about 7 months ago
    • Evil emperor
      Evil emperor In reply to First Last

      that's because the idiot dummy saw the wall at the last moment & put the gear in reverse to avoid the collision just like what the Titanic captain did at the last moment to avoid collision with the ice berg. lol..

      about 7 months ago
    • Snakeyio
      Snakeyio In reply to First Last

      Because the gear shifted during the crash to reverse. LOL

      about 7 months ago
    • XxItz_AdianZxX

      Very strong for a plastic car

      about 1 year ago
    • i love to drive
      i love to drive

      only toyota 👍👍👍👍💪💪💪💪😁👏

      about 1 year ago
    • A. Gol.
      A. Gol.

      Toyota 💪👏👍

      about 1 year ago
    • Stef Stef
      Stef Stef

      at 1:58 something blue is ejected from the airbag(?) to the rear seats at extremely high speed, anybody seen that?

      about 1 year ago
    • Trevor C
      Trevor C In reply to Stef Stef

      Looks like some blue tape that is most likely wrapped around the curtain airbag. Slowed the vid down to .25x speed and paused on it, definitely comes from curtain airbag

      about 6 months ago
    • OwenGoesPlayz Yea
      OwenGoesPlayz Yea In reply to Stef Stef


      about 7 months ago
    • Evil emperor
      Evil emperor In reply to Stef Stef

      but why that was not seen @ 1:48?

      about 7 months ago
    • Liberty
      Liberty In reply to Stef Stef

      I watched the video many times as this IS interesting, I thought it was a Pepsi can flying out of an inter-dimensional portal at first LOL. I saved the video file and slowed it down. It is BLUE, however it is also TRANSPARENT and very thin. It also crumples really fast so it is not a rigid object... more like cellophane. Likely very soft and weighs nothing. Could it put an eye out? I'd be surprised if it could. I don't think it is supposed to be in there though. I'm guessing here..., but I'd say it's a cellophane piece that seals something that is removed BEFORE installation, like the cover on an ink cartridge. Somehow it dropped into the airbag center before the whole airbag was sealed up....?

      about 1 year ago
    • Marco Morel
      Marco Morel In reply to Stef Stef

      blackhawkedu1 it came from the roof of the car though so it couldn’t possibly be the airbags you are also wrong about Takata still being the supplier of Toyota’s airbags as they dropped them back in 2015 what I think it was is is a piece of tape that IIHS put on the headliner to align something and when the side airbag came out the force threw it off the headliner

      about 1 year ago
    • Volvo Cub
      Volvo Cub

      At 4:38 as passenger airbags deploy, something is thrown into the rear (it looks blue). I can’t seem to stop the video is time. What is it? Lol shows the speed of airbags if the super slow cameras can get to.

      about 1 year ago
    • eleeter

      If I'm being honest I don't think that will buff out.

      about 1 year ago
    • Prince Duties
      Prince Duties

      Its strong

      about 1 year ago
    • David H
      David H

      Seemed to do very well with minimal passenger compartment intrusion. How do they get the airbag to deploy when it looks like the key is off? Cluster and radio dark during testing.

      about 1 year ago
    • CarPro1993
      CarPro1993 In reply to David H

      The vehicle is "Key on, ignition off" if you look at 1:37, you can see the radio is illuminated. However it is difficult to see the combination meter illuminated, but if you look closely at 2:05, the gauges are working and center information display is lit.

      about 1 year ago
    • Brian Speckert
      Brian Speckert In reply to David H

      David H it’s all rigged up they probably cut power to the shit that doesn’t matter

      about 1 year ago
    • kn7gez

      Guess no roof tests. Years of running through Elk country I’ve see people die in Accords and survive in Camry going under belly of Elk. Roof gets pushed down more on Accord

      about 1 year ago
    • whattheheck1000
      whattheheck1000 In reply to kn7gez

      Before 2003, the Camry was generally safer than the Accord, comparing identical model years. Since 2003, the Accord's been safer. So yes, older Camrys are safer than older Accords.

      January 11, 2019 10:17 pm

      about 7 months ago
    • Hubert Walter
      Hubert Walter In reply to kn7gez

      check the IIHS website, there is data of the roof strenghts for many newer cars including Honda and Toyota. The 2016 Camry and Accord both received a good rating for roof strenght and the measurements are about the same.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ram Runner
      Ram Runner In reply to kn7gez

      kn7gez unless both are exact same elk and exact speed, exact impact point then you can’t say for sure that the Camry holds up better.

      about 1 year ago
    • Minien

      I just sneezed.

      about 1 year ago