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Redesigned 2024 Lincoln Nautilus Receives Top Safety Pick+ Award from IIHS

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Lincoln continues to raise the safety bar with the redesigned 2024 Nautilus, securing the prestigious TOP SAFETY PICK+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). This accolade underscores the SUV’s commitment to passenger protection and highlights its impressive performance across rigorous crash and safety tests.

To earn the 2024 TOP SAFETY PICK+ award, the Nautilus excelled in multiple IIHS evaluations. It received top marks in crucial categories such as the small overlap front and updated side tests, ensuring robust protection in scenarios that mimic real-world collisions. Notably, the SUV also demonstrated commendable performance in the updated moderate overlap front test, which now places added emphasis on back seat safety.

Key to its success were the Nautilus’s good ratings in pedestrian front crash prevention and its standard inclusion of headlights rated acceptable or better across all trim levels. These elements contribute to enhancing safety not only for occupants but also for pedestrians, reflecting Lincoln’s comprehensive approach to vehicle safety.

In the pivotal moderate overlap front test, the Nautilus stood out with its resilient structure, effectively mitigating crash forces to safeguard occupants. Detailed measurements from both driver and rear-passenger simulations revealed minimal risk of injury, underscoring the SUV’s ability to maintain optimal belt positioning without compromising safety.

For consumers seeking a luxury SUV that prioritizes safety without sacrificing style or performance, the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus emerges as a compelling choice. Its TOP SAFETY PICK+ award from IIHS not only recognizes its exceptional safety features and robust engineering but also reinforces Lincoln’s commitment to delivering peace of mind on the road.

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