Aside from the new Toyota Fortuner and Ford Everest, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) today released safety rating for other vehicles as well. They are the 2015 Volvo XC90, 2015 Volkswagen Passat, and 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser, all of which managed to achieve a five-star safety rating.

Starting with the Volvo XC90, where the testing was undertaken by Euro NCAP, the Swedish SUV managed to provide an adult occupant protection score of 37.02 out of a maximum 38. Pedestrian protection received an “Acceptable” score of 25.93 out of 36, and child occupant protection managed an impressive 43 out of 49. Whiplash protection meanwhile received a “Good” score. However, the safety rating obtained is only applicable to the diesel variants of the XC90.

Among the safety features contributing to the result include a comprehensive airbag suite with front driver and passenger protection, chest and head protection, and knee protection. Safety assist technologies on the XC90 like the Speed Assistance System (SAS) aren’t available on Australasia-spec models, but autonomous emergency braking (AEB) and electronic stability control (ESC) are still specified, as are lane departure warning (no lane keep assist), seat belt reminder and braking systems.

Similarly, the B8 Volkswagen Passat was also tested by Euro NCAP, and assessed by ANCAP. The D-segment sedan managed an overall score of 35.89 out of 37. Whiplash protection and pedestrian protection both received a “Good” and “Acceptable” rating, respectively.

Standard safety features on the Passat include airbags for the front driver and passenger, along with side head and chest protection for the front and rear occupants as well. Electronic stability control (ESC), Emergency brake assist (EBA), Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) and fatigue detection are all part of the safety suite as well.

Lastly, the Toyota Land Cruiser in 200 Series Sahara trim achieved a five-star ANCAP rating with a score of 33.09 out of a maximum 37. Unlike the earlier two makes mentioned, the SUV was tested and assessed by ANCAP. Unfortunately, the Land Cruiser sees a lower whiplash and pedestrian protection, obtaining just a “Marginal” rating.

On the Land Cruiser, airbag protection is provided for the front driver and passenger, side chest and head, as well as the front driver and passenger’s knee. However, second row side chest protection is only offered on higher variants. Standard safety features that are present include electronic stability control (ESC), Emergency brake assist (EBA), Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) and fatigue detection.

You can check out the full crash test reports after the jump.