Mazda MX-30 and Honda Jazz tested in crash testNovember 12, 2020
The European Commission for Independent Crash Tests (Euro NCAP) has published test results for the Mazda MX-30 electric crossover and the new generation Honda Jazz hybrid model.
Thus, the Mazda MX-30 crossover, as a result of the inspection, received 91% according to the criterion of protecting adult passengers and 87% for protecting passengers-children. The child protection score was slightly downgraded for the lack of an IsoFix in the front seat and an integrated CRS system.
Pedestrian protection of the Mazda MX-30 electric crossover was rated at 68%. Dangerous injuries to pedestrians can be caused by the areas around the edges of the headlights and windscreen pillars. The car received 73% for the effectiveness of security systems. As a result, Euro NCAP awarded the Mazda MX-30 crossover 5 stars.
The same high result, according to European experts, was awarded to the new generation Honda Jazz hybrid car. For the protection of adult passengers, he received 87%, for the protection of children – 3%. At the same time, the performance of security systems was assessed at 76%, and the safety of pedestrians – at 80%.
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