See which Tata and Mahindra cars are considered safest in India according to Global NCAP ratings


The Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP) is a safety test of new vehicles, which determines their reliability during a crash. In the recent testing phase, five major Indian-made automobiles achieved a perfect score in the test, with Mahindra’s XUV300 achieved the highest combined score by an Indian car till date.

Tata’s debut offering in the premium hatchback segment, the Altroz, scored a full five stars for the passenger category, but could only grab three stars for child safety. It scored 12.52 out of 17 in the adult category and 34.15 out of 49 in the child category. It is offered with two airbags in the front, as well as ISOFIX mounts as standard. (Image: Global NCAP)

Tata’s debut premium hatchback, the Altroz, scored a full five stars for the passenger category, but could only grab three stars for child safety. It scored 12.52 out of 17 in the adult safety category, and 34.15 out of 49 in the child safety category. The car comes with two airbags in the front, as well as ISOFIX mounts as standard. (Image: Global NCAP)

The Tigor also did well at the test, though it missed the top mark by a fraction. It got four stars in the test by scoring 12.52 in the adult category, while the child protection was rated at three stars with a score of 34.15. (Image: Global NCAP)

The Tata Tigor also did well at the test, though it missed the top mark by a fraction. It got four stars in the test by scoring 12.52 in the adult safety category, while the child protection was rated at three stars with a score of 34.15. (Image: Global NCAP)

Mahindra XUV300 broke all records when it nearly scored a perfect 16.42 and 37.44 in the respective categories. (Image: Global NCAP)

The Mahindra XUV300 broke all records when it nearly scored a perfect 16.42 and 37.44 in the respective adult and child safety categories. (Image: Global NCAP)

Another of Tata’s cars to score well was the Nexon, which got five stars and a score of 16.06 for the adults and three stars and a score of 25 for the child category. (Image: Global NCAP)

Another of Tata’s cars to score well was the Nexon, which got five stars and a score of 16.06 for the safety of adults, and three stars for a score of 25 for the child safety category. (Image: Global NCAP)

Mahindra’s Marazzo missed the mark by a fraction, scoring 12.85 and four stars in the adult category and 22.22 and two stars in the child category. (Image: Global NCAP)

Mahindra’s Marazzo missed the mark by a fraction, scoring 12.85 and four stars in the adult safety category and 22.22 and two stars in the child safety category. (Image: Global NCAP)

First Published on Jan 27, 2020 06:20 pm





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