New Delhi, Auto Desk. More than 35 Made-in-India cars have been crash-tested by Global NCAP so far. Indian customers have become more cautious about car safety in recent times. So whenever they go to get a car, they try to know the most about the safety of the car. The rating given by the Global NCAP also has a special impact on the people. Along with this, it also affects the reliability of the car. Knowing these ratings, people are able to choose a new car for themselves.

Global NCAP has been crash-testing Made-in-India cars since 2011

Many made-in-India cars are being crash-tested by Global NCAP since 2011. Kia Carens has got a rating of 3 stars in this list. At the same time, cars like Hyundai Creta and i20 have also been rated 3 stars by Global NCAP in recent times. Let us tell you that Kia Carence has many features apart from 6 airbags, electronic stability control, seatbelt pre-tensioners, ABS, all-wheel disc brake, brake assist system and tire pressure monitoring system, but even after this, the car has a 3 star rating. has been received.

Tata Punch won

Tata Punch has emerged victorious in the Global NCAP crash test. In adult safety, Tata Punch has made its place at the top in terms of safety with a score of 16.45 out of 17. At the same time, the subcompact SUV Mahindra XUV300 is behind the Tata Punch with the number 16.42. With this, Tata Altroz ​​and Nexon are at number three and fourth in adult safety with 16.13 and 16.06 respectively. The Mahindra XUV700 is at number five with the number 16.03.

Edited By: Manish Mishra