There are a number of vehicles that continuously get good safety ratings from US groups like the IIHS and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as far as I am aware as of my most recent update in January 2023.
Remember that new models are released often, and that safety ratings can differ by model year. The most current data can be found by consulting these groups' most recent safety ratings. Some vehicles that have consistently done well in safety tests are these:
Both the Model 3's crashworthiness and its innovative safety systems have garnered very good safety ratings.
Subarus, like the Outback, include EyeSight Driver Assist Technology and tend to do well in safety tests.
The Honda Accord is outfitted with Honda Sensing, a collection of safety and driver-assistive technology, and it has a history of good safety ratings.
Toyota Safety Sense is a suite of safety technologies that is standard on several Camry models and contributes to the vehicle's continuously high safety ratings.
The Mazda CX-5 has a stellar reputation for safety thanks to its sophisticated styling and robust suite of standard and optional safety features.
One high-end SUV that excels in both performance and safety is the Acura RDX.