Range Rover Evoque and Citroen C5 Aircross received five EuroNCAP safety starsApril 11, 2019
A well-known European committee for the conduct of independent crash tests conducted a thorough study of two models. As it turned out, both of them are recognized as safe by modern tough standards.
As part of the next car safety test, Euro NCAP (European Committee for Independent Crash Test) tested the new Range Rover Evoque and Citroen C5 Aircross. Despite modern, rigorous safety standards during a collision, as well as the availability of active safety systems, both models received the highest safety rating.
Michel van Ratingen, Euro NCAP Secretary General: “These results show that car manufacturers are still interested in achieving the highest safety performance. It is particularly encouraging that advanced assistants are being introduced, such as autonomous braking and lane aide.”
The results of protection for the Range Rover Evoque are as follows: driver and front passengers – 94%, children – 87%, pedestrians – 72%, and electronics work – 73%. Citroen C5 Aircross found itself with the following safety results: driver and front passengers – 89%, children – 86%, pedestrians – 67%, and electronics work – 82%.
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