The safest car was the Mazda CX-30November 13, 2019
As Euro NCAP experts noted, they first saw a similar test result. The Japanese crossover managed to get an almost perfect result according to the existing method.
The new Mazda CX-30 crossover received the highest safety rating – five stars. In more detail, the model earned 37.6 points in total for crash tests with frontal collisions, which is 99% of the maximum possible score. According to these results, the Japanese overtook the former leaders of the XC90 and XC60 rating, having earned 37 (97 percent) and 37.2 points (98 percent), respectively.
In addition, the CX-30 received “excellent” for child safety – 42.2 points (86%), for pedestrian safety – 37.7 points (80%), as well as for the work of assistants and active safety systems – 10 points (77 %).
The crossover itself was introduced back in the spring of 2019. In the model line, it takes a step between the CX-3 and CX-5. As a power unit, a choice is offered between gasoline engines of 1.5, 2.0, and 2.5 liters, as well as with a 1.8-liter turbodiesel.
In Europe, its cost starts from 24 300 euros.
Meanwhile, Mazda has declassified the restyled four-door Mazda 2, which will first be offered to Mexican motorists.
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