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GNCAP Test Results Show Poor Safety On African Cars Compared To European Ones
Recent safety tests conducted by the GNCAP has shown a huge gap of safety between the African and European cars.
Top Official at Maruti Suzuki Explains How Latest Swift is Lighter Yet Safer Than Ever
In a recent interview, Maruti's C.V. Raman explained how the new Maruti Swift is safer despite being lighter than the original Swift launched back in 2005.
Mahindra XUV300 Becomes Safest Car in India
Mahindra XUV300 has become the first Indian car to gain 'Safer Choice Award', making it the safest India-made car to date in Global NCAP’s standard.
Mahindra XUV300 vs Tata Nexon Safety Rating comparison
Here, we talk about the crash test safety ratings of the Mahindra XUV300 and Tata Nexon, comparing the different parameters of Global NCAP safety rating tests.
Maruti To Boycott Global NCAP After Poor Safety Ratings of Baleno, Swift and WagonR
Maruti has revealed that it won't send vehicles for Global NCAP safety testing. This comes after poor test results of cars like Baleno, Swift and WagonR
WHO Reports Indian Road Fatalities To Increase
According to the recent report of the WHO Global status, the overall number of road traffic deaths has increased sharply from 1,50,785 in 2016 to 2,99,091 until now.
Mahindra Alturas Achieves 5-star Safety Rating
Mahindra Alturas, the Indian-bound rebadged version of the SsangYong Rexton, has got a 5-star safety rating in the crash test.
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