Euro NCAP handed five star safety ratings to the Ford Puma, MG ZS EV, MG HS, Nissan Juke, VW Golf and Audi Q8 in its final round of crash tests of 2019.
Thatcham Research and WhatCar magazine has revealed the top 10 safest cars of 2019.
Mazda’s new CX-30, Mercedes-Benz GLB Class and Ford Explorer were all awarded five-star overall safety ratings as the new Vauxhall Corsa fell short in the latest round of Euro NCAP crash tests.
Jeep's Cherokee SUV and the new Peugeot 208 hatchback fell short of Euro NCAP’s five star vehicle safety rating as BMW’s new 3 Series and 1 Series models scored top ratings during October crash tests.
The Hyundai Ioniq has maintained the maximum rating of five stars across its hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric versions.
Tesla’s Model 3 was singled out for special praise as it lined up alongside Mercedes-Benz’s B-Class and GLE-Class and Skoda’s Skala in achieving a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.
The latest round of Euro NCAP safety tests has found that the new Renault Clio and Mazda 3 hatchbacks are among the safest cars currently on sale.
Range Rover’s new Evoque achieved a five-star safety rating in Thatcham Research’s Euro NCAP tests as Citroen’s C5 Aircross emerged with four stars.
The new Honda CR-V, Seat Tarraco and Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUVs have all been awarded the top five star safety rating from Euro NCAP.
The Mercedes A-Class has won What Car? Safety Award 2019 with Audi Q3 and Volvo XC40 completing the top three awarded models.
Euro NCAP has recognised the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Lexus ES and Hyundai Nexo as the safest cars of 2018.
FCA Group brands suffered at the hands of testers conducting the Euro NCAP vehicle safety tests, with the Fiat Panda scoring a zero stars rating while the new Jeep Wrangler managed just one star.
More than 70% of car drivers believe that it is already possible to purchase a car that can drive itself, according to a survey commissioned by Euro NCAP, Global NCAP and Thatcham Research.
The new Volvo XC40 and Ford Focus have each achieved the maximum five-star Euro NCAP safety rating in testing for Euro NCAP in July.
Thatcham Research has called for AEB to be fitted as standard on all EVs afte the Nissan LEAF set the standard with a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.
Euro NCAP safety testers have recognised Volvo's ability to "break new ground" with its safety technology after its XC60 SUV was declared the safest car ever made at What Car? Safety Awards.
Euro NCAP reported a “disappointing” end to 2017 as six cars returned three-star safety ratings and Fiat’s Punto hatchback became the first vehicle ever to crash test its way to zero stars.
Euro NCAP hailed the standard installation of autonomous emergency braking as it recorded five-star safety ratings for all eight vehicles in its latest batch of tests.
Thatcham Research has applauded the European Parliament's decision to back legislative changes that will stipulate the standard fitment of autonomous safety technologies in new cars and vans.
Volvo has proven the safety of its vehicles once again by “acing” Euro NCAP tests to score five stars with its new XC60 SUV.
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