This isn’t the first time Tata is targetting its rivals for poor safety ratings.
Last week, we reported that the made-in-India Maruti Suzuki Swift failed the Latin NCAP crash test, securing a zero-star rating.
Tata has now taken to social media to take a dig at the Swift’s poor result. Tata uploaded a picture mocking the Swift’s zero-star rating, with a caption that read:
Latest NCAP safety test shows that it’s not safe to ride ‘Swift’ly. Yet another reason for you to book New Tiago – the #SeriouslyFun hatchback rated 4 stars for safety by Global NCAP.
While the Swift failed the Latin NCAP crash test, the hatchback received a 2-star rating in the Global NCAP crash test in 2018.
This isn’t the first time Tata is targetting its rivals for poor safety ratings. The Indian carmaker has taken a dig at the Maruti S-Presso, WagonR as well as the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios in the past.
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