Tuesday, 15 November 2016

CRASH TEST FAILED INDIAN CARS , YOU WOULD BE SHOCKED ...

NCAP- CRASH TEST


NCAP is a New Car Assessment Programme ,is a government Car safety program tasked with evaluating new automobile designs for performance against various safety threats.

The first standardized 35mph front crash test was done in may 21 1979  and the results were released in October 15 that year. The agency established a frontal 4 NCAP test is conducted at 56 km/h ,rather than 30mph as required.


There are almost ten organisations of NCAP testing . So that testing of vehicle would be easy to process.

RECENT NCAP TEST ON INDIAN CARS

Recently Global NCAP has been released the result of Indian cars in which popular model cars failed on crash test in third round.


It is due to cars are sold in developing market are cheap and equipment levels are low but acceptable crash safety is something that must be essential .


POPULAR CAR'S FAILED IN 2016

  • RENAULT KWID -₹2.62 Lakh onwards.
  • MAHINDRA  SCORPIO-₹9.39 lakh to 14.38 lakh
  • MARUTI SUZUKI CELENO-₹4.03 lakh to 5.90 lakh
  • MARUTI SUZUKI EECO-₹3.21 lakh to 4.25 lakh 
  • HYUNDAI EON-₹3.29 lakh to 4.39 lakh

Renault kwid is tested with two condition with and without airbag . They scored zero star in adult safety and two star in child safety.

Similarly In Maruthi suzuki celeno and eeco also Hyundai Eon and Mahindra Scorpio were failed in NCAP test . 


Thus government of India had made NCAP  as compulsory from 2017 for all upcoming cars. There by companies will provide much safer cars in future.



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