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Euro NCAP update on passenger car safety


Publication date: 04 September 2014


On 3 September, Euro NCAP launched the results for eight passenger car models and the results show that not all vehicles are meeting the tougher safety requirements. The Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class reached Euro NCAP's maximum award of five stars. The Renault Twingo received four stars and Nissan's new electric e-NV200 Evalia achieved three stars. The Citroën Berlingo obtained three stars and has exactly the same platform, interior fittings and levels of safety equipment as the new Peugeot Partner. The three star rating therefore applies to both vehicles. PSA Peugeot Citroën have demonstrated that the Peugeot 108 and the Citroën C1 are identical to the Toyota Aygo in every way likely to influence safety. Therefore, these cars share the Aygo's four star safety rating.

See all the details of the ratings on the Euro NCAP website



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