Latin NCAP crash tests: Who’s hot, Who’s not | Global Fleet
When selecting a car for your employees, much like selecting one for your family, fleet managers should put safety into the equation. Latin NCAP, which conducts front and side impact crash tests, gives vehicles a one to five star-rating 5 being best for both adult passenger and child passenger protection 10 stars being the best possible rating. While some models passed with flying colors last year, others did not do so well. Check out the results below. Top Rated 10 Stars Among the brands with the most top-rated cars tested in is Toyota. All of them have 7 airbags.
The New Car Assessment Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean, Latin NCAP, sixth set of results of were released today with the replacement of the best-selling model in Latin America achieving five stars for adult and child protection, whilst a popular compact SUV scored an unacceptable zero stars. The New Onix Plus showed good performance in frontal, side and side pole impact for adult and child occupant protection. Chevrolet recommended to install both child dummies facing rearwards, following latest global best practices. This was confirmed with high protection score in the dynamic test for child occupants. The New Chevrolet Onix Plus, that aims to substitute in the market the best-selling model in Brazil and in the region, is a milestone in vehicle safety offer in Latin America with a popular model offering such a level of basic safety equipment.
The governorates and districts as well as the principal cities of Lebanon. The federal states, territories and districts of Malaysia as well as the major conurbations and all urban areas. The administrative atolls of the Maldives and all localities of more than 2,000 inhabitants. The provinces and districts of Mongolia as well as all cities an durban settlements of over 1,000 inhabitants.