The car has been tested in its standard version previously
And the model still offers just one star for adult occupant protection, informed Global NCAP in a press release. Secretary general of Global NCAP, David Ward was critical of Renault, but praised Honda for the progress that it has made since the previous round of safety tests.“Renault has made limited progress, they should be offering their one star car as the standard version not an option.
After poor results earlier this year, and following Renault’s latest set of improvements, the Kwid was assessed again in the frontal impact test as a part of the motorcycle batteriesSaferCarsForIndia campaign.jpg The popular hatchback from Renault, the Kwid, which has been selling like hot cakes since its launch, once again failed to perform at the car crash test conducted by the UK-based Global National Car Assessment Programme (NCAP). The MPV from Honda, the Mobilio, scored zero on a scale of five for adult occupation in its base variant. Source: CarDekho. Honda too have shown that with two airbags they can achieve 3 stars.The popular hatchback from Renault, the Kwid, which has been selling like hot cakes since its launch, once again failed to perform renault 1.com.
The latest one, though, equipped with an airbag and a seatbelt pretensioner for the driver, showed high chest deflection and was thus awarded a one star rating in driver seat parameters.The car has been tested in its standard version previously when it managed a paltry zero star rating for adult occupant protection and two stars for child occupant protection. But the Japanese carmaker then requested Global NCAP to # test the mule that is loaded with dual airbags as the car finally achieved three stars for adult occupant protection.
These safety systems should not be options,” he said. Though, the variant with dual airbags performed better.Elsewhere, the Honda Mobilio could manage only a zero for adult occupant protection in its most basic variant