2021 Ascent Limited Black/Black
Yeah, size and weight are definitely not the ONLY factors, and probably not the most important factors, but they definitely play a role. A car could be built with absolutely no safety features or crumple zones or anything whatsoever, but if it is the size of an aircraft carrier it's gonna come out okay in most collisions. And at the other end of the spectrum, if a car is the size of my kids tricycle, then all the modern safety features in the world aren't gonna help much if it gets squashed by a semi running a red light.That's not true. Size and weight definitely plays a factor in safety. See this link by the IIHS (the organization that does the crash tests):
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses - deaths, injuries and property damage - from motor vehicle crashes.www.iihs.org
What is the Difference Between IIHS and NHTSA Crash Test Programs?