I noticed that no one else has responded, so I'll just throw my 2 cents in.
Unfortunately as I'm at work, I can't open the google drive doc. However. I have a similar tactic when shopping for a car (checking IIHS).
Try these and see if any clear winners come out on top:
1. Check EuroNCAP ratings, they may vary slightly as far as glass, or door bracing (US vehicles have better versions on both fronts). But it's another extensive test that is performed differently, More crashes = Better testing? 2. Look at specifications. Though tire compounds can change this greatly, I look at 60-0 stopping distance as well. A car may have a 4.5 star rating, but if it stops 40 feet shorter than a 5 star rated vehicle, it's clear who the winner truly is.
If all else. Compare reliablility here, estimated cost to own (can't remember the site I used to use), and Fuel economy (fueleconomy.gov) with YOUR driving preferences placed into the formula, check the "Compare cars" link on the main page.