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Global NCAP: 3 stars for Hyundai Creta & i20, 4 stars for Toyota Urban Cruiser

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Following the crash tests of Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger, Honda City and Honda Jazz, Global NCAP has now crash tested the Hyundai Creta, Hyundai i20 and Toyota Urban Cruiser, in which the results are, well, not surprising at all.

Hyundai Creta
Let’s start with the Hyundai Creta then, shall we? The crossover has scored 3 stars in both adult and child occupant protection categories. The only advantage compared with the Kia Seltos’ score, I guess, is that Creta has scored an extra star in the child occupant category (28.29 points vs Seltos’ 15 points). And as with the Seltos, both bodyshell and footwell area have been rated unstable.

The tested car was equipped with two front airbags, front seat belt reminder, front seat belt pretensioners, and 4-channel ABS. Isofix anchorages are not a standard fitment. Download the full report here.

Hyundai i20
The i20 has also scored 3 stars in both adult and child occupant protection categories. And here too, Global NCAP declared the car’s bodyshell and footwell area to be unstable. The tested car was equipped with two front airbags, front seat belt reminder, front seat belt pretensioners, Isofix anchorages, and 4-channel ABS. Download the full report here.

Toyota Urban Cruiser
As you might know, the Toyota Urban Cruiser is nothing but a rebadged Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza—which had scored a 4-star rating in the adult occupant category and a 3-star rating in the child occupant category back in 2018. The ratings remain unchanged for the so-called Urban Cruiser, obviously. Both bodyshell and footwell area have been rated as stable. Download the full report here.

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