Mercedes-Benz EQC received 5 stars from Euro NCAPSeptember 7, 2019
The European Committee for Independent Auto Crash Tests has completed yet another series of tests for new vehicles, including the Mercedes-Benz EQC.
Electric SUV Mercedes-Benz EQC received the maximum score according to the results of crash tests Euro NCAP – 5 stars for safety assessment. Adults and children were rated at 96 and 90 percent, respectively, while pedestrian safety and safety assistance were rated at 75 percent.
It should be noted that this was not the only Mercedes-Benz car evaluated by European security experts. The second second-generation CLA, like the electric SUV, also scored 5 stars, gaining 96 and 91% for protecting adults and children, 91% for pedestrians and 75% for helping safety.
In addition, crash tests passed Audi A1 and BMW Z4. Supermini and convertible received 5 stars. A1 scored 95 and 85 percent for the protection of adults and children, 73 percent for pedestrians and 80 percent for safety, while the Z4 performed slightly better: 97, 87, 91 and 76 percent, respectively.
The Skoda Kamiq crossover, which also received 96 and 85 percent for the protection of adults and children, as well as 80 and 76 percent for pedestrians and safety assistants, also showed excellent results.
For the first time, 5 stars received the fourth generation SsangYong Korando. The compact SUV scored 88 and 85 percent for adults and children, 68 percent for pedestrians and 74 percent for safety, and Euro NCAP called it “well-equipped” and praised standard automatic emergency braking. In addition, the Ford Focus was tested for the second time after receiving several updates and, like the rest, received five stars.
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