A range of new cars, including the new Mazda 3, Toyota RAV4, Volkswagen Touareg, Lexus UX and Range Rover Evoque have been awarded 5 star ANCAP ratings.
ANCAP awards a crash rating but do we really think a smaller car is as safe as a large car if the two collide? So, does size matter in a collision?
EuroNCAP has announced the launch of its subsidiary, GreenNCAP, which will test vehicles not on their crash worthiness but emissions, fuel efficiency and more.
The Holden Acadia and BMW X5 are the latest new vehicles to be awarded a five-star rating by ANCAP.
A number of vehicles have been awarded a 5-star ANCAP rating this week, including Renault Koleos, Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Mazda 6 and Lexus ES300h.
The all-new 2019 Toyota Corolla has been awarded a 5 star ANCAP safety rating under the new EuroNCAP-aligned testing criteria.
Independent crash tester, ANCAP, has launched its ‘Safer Vehicle Choices Save Lives’ campaign which claims older vehicles are less safe than newer ones…the bleeding obvious?
Following its 2-Star rating by ANCAP in 2017, the refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang was resubmitted with ANCAP today announcing a 3-star rating for the Pony car.
Both the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio achieved near perfect scores to realise five-star ratings from ANCAP, while the Citroen C3 scored just four stars.
Following a running “equipment realignment” and retesting by ANCAP, all Kia Stingers built from March 2018 will carry a 5 Star ANCAP rating.
The Federal Government is committing $6.64 million to fund ANCAP across the next five years, saying the work ANCAP does is vital to improving the safety of vehicles.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class has realised a five-star ANCAP rating and is the first ute to go on-sale in Australia with autonomous emergency braking.
The all-new Holden Commodore has been awarded a five-star safety rating by ANCAP based on testing by Euro NCAP.
Ahead of ANCAP’s stricter stance on active safety features being key to a five-star rating, Peugeot Australia has announced AEB will be standard across its range.
As of January 1, ANCAP will fully adopt the testing conducted by EuroNCAP which will include greater focus on areas like autonomous emergency braking.