Five-star rating in Euro NCAP for XC40

  • Published By: Hari
  • 19 July 2018
  • 09:45 AM

The car got a score of 97 percent in the Adult Occupant protection test.

Volvo’s XC40 has received a five-star Euro NCAP rating. The car got a score of 97 percent in Adult Occupant protection, which put it in the top five of cars tested by the safety regulatory organisation in the last three years. It got a score of 87 percent in Child Occupant protection, 71 percent in Vulnerable Road Users protection and 76 percent in Safety Assist systems.

“The new XC40 is one of the safest cars on the market,” said Malin Ekholm, head of Volvo Cars Safety Centre. “It comes standard with the largest offering of safety technology of any small SUVs, helping drivers detect and avoid collisions, remain safely in their lane and reduce the impact of accidentally running off the road.”

All tested Volvo cars on sale today have received five stars in their respective Euro NCAP assessments. In March, the XC40 was named 2018 European Car of the Year.

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