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10 Safe Vehicles Less Than $25,000 from CARandDRIVER.com

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RISMEDIA, August 22, 2007—The “10 Safe New Vehicles for Less Than $25,000″ list from CARandDRIVER.com arrives this week, just in time for the final weeks of summer.

According to the site, vehicles that made the list had to meet tough Car and Driver standards, which required all vehicles include stability control and a minimum of six airbags (front and side curtain). On some of the vehicles, those safety requirements are not standard and cost a little extra, but even with those extras, all of the vehicles come in under $25,000.

“Car buyers and enthusiasts know they can count on CARandDRIVER.com for expert research and analysis when considering a new car purchase, and both safety and overall value are paramount factors to most of those in the market to purchase,” said Mike Dushane, executive editor, CARandDRIVER.com. “This list will help guide car buyers to safe vehicles at a very reasonable price, and it clearly shows how safety technology has moved to the mainstream. It’s not just for the luxury car buyer anymore.”

The Top 10 Safe Vehicles for Less Than $25,000 list includes:

    2008 Saturn Astra
    2008 Scion xB
    2008 Hyundai Sonata
    2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
    2007 Mini Cooper
    2007 Toyota Camry
    2008 Volvo C30
    2008 Dodge Charger
    2008 Honda Accord
    2008 Mazda CX-7

For more information, visit http://www.caranddriver.com/toptensafecars.

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