Top safety rating from ANCAP includes 93% Adult Occupant Protection and 85% Child Occupant Protection.
The 2019 Nissan LEAF (40 kWh version) is entering the Australian market with first deliveries scheduled for August.
The LEAF unsurprisingly just received the maximum five-star safety rating by the Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).
ANCAP Safety Ratings
“The zero tailpipe emission Nissan LEAF, scored an impressive 93 per cent in ANCAP’s adult occupant protection test, 85 per cent for child occupant protection and 71 per cent in the vulnerable road user protection test. It also scored well (70 per cent) in the safety assist category thanks to its range of active safety technologies.”
More safety reports
The list of safety features includes:
In Australia, the Japanese flagship will be available only in a single high-spec grade in six contemporary colors (Arctic White, Ivory Pearl with black roof, Magnetic Red, Pearl Black, Platinum and Gun Metallic) through 89 dealers nationwide, which will be the largest EV dealer network in Australia so far.
Source: Read Full Article