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Thread: The new IIHS pedestrian avoidance test puts safety equipment to the test

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    The new IIHS pedestrian avoidance test puts safety equipment to the test


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    wow.... amazing

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    Nice, CRV in the top 4.

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    Don't ever walk in front of a BMW!.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiley_11 View Post
    Don't ever walk in front of a BMW!.......
    Lol..
    Try not to walk in front of ANY moving vehicle!

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    Everything I've seen mentions the 2018-19 model. I'm not aware of any changes in the sensing suite, so does the 2017 also get the good rating for pedestrian avoidance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orocruiser View Post
    Everything I've seen mentions the 2018-19 model. I'm not aware of any changes in the sensing suite, so does the 2017 also get the good rating for pedestrian avoidance?
    It is the same suite including radar model/manufacturer and integrated camera, so hardware is the same. Perhaps there was a software upgrade or something disqualifying it? Or perhaps just an oversight.

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    Scary video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnestrud View Post
    It is the same suite including radar model/manufacturer and integrated camera, so hardware is the same. Perhaps there was a software upgrade or something disqualifying it? Or perhaps just an oversight.

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    Reading the article again, this appears to be a new test looking at current model years. So it makes sense they wouldn't go back to earlier models. Nothing on the Honda site discusses pedestrian avoidance, so I'll assume nothing has changed in the sensing suite. Not that I plan to test it, but good to know.

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