Made-in-India Maruti Suzuki Swift fails Latin NCAP crash test

In 2018, the Maruti Suzuki Swift was awarded a 2-star rating by Global NCAP.

The Suzuki Swift manufactured in India has failed the Latin NCAP crash test. The hatchback was awarded a zero star rating.

The Swift received 6.21 points for Adult Occupant Protection, 0 points for Child Occupant Protection, 31.71 points for Pedestrian and Vulnerable Road Users protection and 3 points for its safety systems.

It was observed that the car offered good protection to the driver’s and passenger’s head and neck. Chest protection for the driver was weak, while knee protection for the front occupants was marginal.

In the side impact test, protection for the head and pelvis region was rated good. The car offered adequate protection to the abdomen but poor protection to the chest area.

The test car was equipped with 2 airbags and a seat belt reminder for the driver. It was not equipped with safety tech like ESC or Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB).

In 2018, the Maruti Suzuki Swift was awarded a 2-star rating by Global NCAP.

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