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The improved test score for the F-150 SuperCab helped it earn the IIHS’s Top Safety Pick designation, joining the F-150 SuperCrew version. (Photo: Ford)

(Bloomberg) – Ford Motor Co. added more structural protection to the 2016 F-150 SuperCab to improve the pickup’s safety rating to “good” from “marginal” in the latest crash tests by an insurer group.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested the F-150 SuperCab as well as two body styles of pickups each from General Motors Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NA. Only the Ford truck received a “good” rating in a 40 miles-per-hour crash designed to mimic a partial head-on collision, according to an IIHS statement Tuesday.

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