Top 5 safest cars in Asia according to Global NCAP

NCAP, which stands for New Car Assessment Policy, is a global automotive safety watchdog that keeps an eye on the safety aspect of vehicles. It notes down the safety parameters of almost all vehicles around the world. Since 2014, NCAP has escalated the safety features of Indian cars through its Safer Cars for India Programme. 

Global NCAP basically provides ratings to cars all over the world, based on how successful they tend to stand on the safety parameters. This is probably done via crash testing. The entry-level of each model is tested and rated in the same process. These ratings actually help people make better choices when purchasing cars for their families. It becomes easier to know about the safety factor of a particular car and also saves from accidental cases arising in the future.


As per the NCAP’s ratings, let us talk about the top 5 safest cars in Asia according to the Global NCAP :


Tata Altroz

 This production by Tata motors is something you can never regret upon buying. Tata Altroz has received a 5 star rating for adult occupants by NCAP and atmost of 3 stars for child occupants. Carrying two frontal airbags, the structure and footwell area is stable enough to give it a rating of the second best TATA car among the top 5 safest cars’ list in India.   


Tata Punch Micro- SUV

Next is the Micro-SUV by Tata. This car has legitimately topped the list of cars by receiving a 5star adult occupant rating and 4 star rating for child occupancy. It is said to be the one of safest cars for you and your family. As per the Global NCAP, the car still has a scope for improvement if Tata agrees to install ESC-Electronic Stability Control along with a side head impact protection, and three-point seat belts in all positions. With the highest rating currently, these minor additions would make the cars reach the top level among the list of world’s safest cars.


Mahindra XUV300

Mahindra XUV300 – the first ever car under Mahindra that received a 5-star rating from GNCAP. This SUV is full of safety features and is rated the best among the top 5 list of safest cars. Mahindra XUV300 comes with six airbags and several standard safety measures, to provide you the best possible drive.

In the AOP category, the XUV300 received a 5-star rating with a score of 16.42 out of a possible 17 points. The vehicle received a 4-star rating in the COP category, with 37.4 points out of a possible 49 points.


Honda Jazz

The Honda Jazz’s Global NCAP rating indicated that the high price convertible provided adequate head and neck protection for both the driver and the passenger. The vehicle’s structure was also secure during the crash test, according to the report. However, the hatchback received a marginal protection rating for front occupant knee protection. You need not think twice for this purchase and that’s an assurance from NCAP.


Mahindra Marazzo

One of the few MPVs in the market is the Mahindra Marazzo. This car is among the top 5 safest cars in India. The Marazzo received a 4-star rating in the adult occupant protection category and 2-star rating child occupant protection category despite featuring ISOFIX mounts. Some of the safety features of the Mahindra Marazzo include airbags, ISOFIX mounts, ABS with EBD, among others.

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