Global NCAP Testing: Global NCAP Testing of These 3 Cars Sold in India, Know What Results

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Global NCAP Testing

Global NCAP Testing Report: Global NCAP's latest crash test ratings have been revealed for some selected cars. Which includes Kia Carens, Mahindra Bolero Neo and Honda Amaze. The results of which have been mixed. In this, Honda Amaze has been given two stars for adult safety and 0 stars for child safety. While the Kia Carens, which earlier scored 0 stars for adult safety, has now got 3-stars for adult safety and 5-stars for child safety. Whereas it has been submitted again for test. Mahindra Bolero Neo is the third car. Which has got only 1-star for both adult and child safety.

Kia carens

The Carens was tested under the previous Global NCAP protocol, in which it received 3-stars for the safety of adults and children. However, Karens has now also been tested under the new protocol. In which improvement in structure is visible. But it still gets 0-stars for adult safety. Kia has improved the control system to improve neck performance while responding quickly. Despite the performance improvements, GNCAP says it's still not the same performance, especially with six airbags as standard. Which was expected.

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Honda Amaze

Meanwhile, the Amaze was also tested as per the previous Global NCAP protocol, scoring 4-stars for adult safety while 1-star for child safety. However, under the new stringent norms, the compact sedan got 2-stars for adults and 0-stars for child safety. The absence of ESC and lack of 3-point seat belts in all seating positions is one of the few reasons. But Honda has recently increased the safety features of its cars. Which includes seat belt reminder for all 5 people in Amaze. And if the new model were tested, it could change the safety rating.

Mahindra Bolero Neo

Mahindra Bolero Neo was tested and found to have low protection for adults in a frontal collision with an unstable structure along with an unstable footwell area, weak chest protection for the driver and poor foot protection. Front protection showed a greater difference with side impact protection. The lack of two airbags and 3-point belts in all seating positions along with the side seating benches pose a risk. Child occupant protection was acceptable in dynamic performance. These cars are among the last cars to be tested before the introduction of Bharat NCAP.

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Publish Date: April 23, 2024

Posted By Rahul Bhardwaj

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