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6 cars do not have to Drive Safe, Crash Test found Zero ratings

The latest results of the European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) have surfaced. Many Indian cars have been tested in this test. Like this, the result of standard variants of cars has been disappointing this time as well. In this crash test, various models of Maruti Suzuki India, Rena, Tata, Mahindra, Hyundai (base model) were included.

Significantly, companies need to include several safety features in all their models for the 2017 GNCAP crash test. At the same time, 2018 and 2019 safety features will be made mandatory in all models. At the moment, these safety are not available in standard variants of many cars.

1 > Renault Duster

Star Rating: Zero

The base model with the airbags without Rena Duster has got zero star rating in the crash test. However, driver-side airbags of Made In India Renault Duster have been given three star ratings in the crash test.

2> Renault  Kwid

Star Rating: One Star

After three consecutive zero star ratings, Reno Quidde finally got a star in the crash test. That is also because a driver Airbag has been included in the quid. In such a situation, the accident of the driver will not be the death of the driver but he may be seriously injured.

3> Maruti Alto

Star Rating: Zero

Well, Maruti Alto is better in Safety Norm but without it the variants of the airbag have got zero star rating. The disappointing thing is that in all variants of Maruti Alto, the driver’s side airbags are only option and this is not standard.

4 > Datsun Go

Star Rating: Zero

After the crash test in 2016, the Global NCAP had said that Datsun Go should demand back from the market because even after giving the airbags, the body does not keep the structure safe in any way.


5 > Hyundai Eon

Star Rating: Zero
Hyundai’s popular small car Eon has received zero star rating in adult protection. At the same time, two stars have been given for child protection.