Mazda MX-30 and Honda Jazz passed crash tests from Euro NCAPNovember 17, 2020
Euro NCAP specialists spoke about the test results of two representatives of the Japanese car industry – Mazda MX-30 and Honda Jazz. These cars performed very well, earning praise from experts and a five-star rating.
The Mazda MX-30 electric cross-coupe scored 91% and 87% for the protection of adult passengers and children, as well as 68% and 73% for pedestrian safety and general safety features.
The fourth generation Honda Jazz / Fit also earned the maximum rating from Euro NCAP. Adults are protected here by 87%, and small passengers by 83%. For the protection of pedestrians, cars were awarded 80%, and the safety system scored 76%. This subcompact model receives an additional airbag in the center, which is designed to protect against injury to both the driver and front passenger, as well as an autonomous emergency braking system.
With such an arsenal, Honda Jazz can compete with the Toyota Yaris.
Recall that this model was the first to be tested under the new Euro NCAP protocols.
Recall that not so long ago, the experts of the Latin NCAP were very much outraged by the crash tests of the KIA Picanto compact car for the local market. Note that the KIA Picanto modifications for other markets are doing much better with safety.
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