The Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series single cab scores a 5-star safety rating, but there’s devil in the detail.
The all-new Volkswagen Tiguan, BMW X1 and Jeep Renegade have been awarded five-star ANCAP ratings.
Despite Indonesian-sold Kia Picantos recently receiving a 0 ASEAN NCAP rating, Australian ANCAP says models sold here retain a 5 star rating.
The new Holden Colorado has scored a 5 star ANCAP rating realising 34.89 out of 37 for dual cab and crew cab models.
Mazda’s fourth-generation MX-5 is the first to score a 5-star safety rating and the highest pedestrian rating for a vehicle tested in Australia…
The 2016 Kia Sportage, Holden Spark, Jaguar XF and Skoda Superb have achieved 5 Star ANCAP ratings.
The Kia Carnival has been retested by ANCAP and had its rating lifted from four to five stars, although it only applies to vehicles built after December 23, 2015.
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The Australian Government has passed into law a new Australian Design Rule (ADR) setting performance criteria for side impact protection.
The new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has scored a 5 star ANCAP rating along with the Audi Q7 and Honda HR-V.
The 2015 Hyundai Tucson has received a 4 star rating by ANCAP with the crash testing authority claiming the “structural integrity of the footwell was compromised in the frontal offset test”.
The new Toyota Fortuner and Ford Everest have scored 5 Star ANCAP ratings while a crop of refreshed models, including the Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series have retained their top ratings.
Toyota is aiming for 5-star safety for the 70 Series single cab, and offer improved safety for other models.
In ANCAP rating released overnight, both the 2015 Mazda2 and CX-3 have been awarded a 5 star rating, while the 2015 Audi TT managed just 4 stars.
In one of the worst performances of a new vehicle in safety testing, the 2015 LDV V80 commercial van has only scored a 2 star ANCAP rating.