ANCAP has awarded the 2015 Mitsubishi Triton with a five-star rating, which sees the all-new ute rise from its predecessor’s four-star rating.
ANCAP has awarded the 2015 Ford Mondeo (launching in May), Toyota Prius V and Lexus NX which was launched last year with 5 star ratings.
Despite a delayed launch in Australia due to a brake issue, ANCAP has given the 2015 Suzuki Celerio a 4 star rating, while the Sonata scored 5 stars.
The 2015 Honda Jazz has scored a 5 star ANCAP rating as a result of crash test data sharing across ANCAP and the recently formed ASEAN NCAP.
Following its recent five-star rating in JNCAP, the 2015 Subaru Outback and Subaru Liberty have been awarded a five-star ANCAP safety rating.
ANCAP has announced it’s entering a transition period and by 2018 will be aligned in its testing and protocols with Euro NCAP.
Crash test dummy maker, Humaetics, has produced an obese crash test dummy to “make cars safer for everyone”.
ANCAP praises Honda Accord design changes in a raft of five star ratings, but is critical of Nissan for omitting Autonomous Emergency Braking from the Nissan X-Trail in Australia.
ANCAP has announced its latest round of test results awarding the 2014 Jeep Patriot a five-star rating, but has slammed the Great Wall V200 4×4 giving it a three-star rating only.
ANCAP has announced a new initiative to add datestamps to its ANCAP safety rating logos to signify the year in which the vehicle was rated.
ANCAP awards Volkswagen Polo and Lexus CT200h and IS with 5 star safety rating, but is critical of key safety tech not being available on entry-level models.
The Nissan Qashqai small SUV and Mercedes-Benz C-Class have been awarded a five-star ANCAP crash safety rating while Ssangyong Stavic received only a four-star rating.
ANCAP has today awarded the Jeep Cherokee, Skoda Rapid, Honda Odyssey and Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid with five-star crash safety ratings. It’s Jeep’s first ever five-star ANCAP rating.
The Tata Xenon 4×2, a recent arrival on the Australian market, has been awarded a two-star ANCAP crash safety rating due, ANCAP says, to the lack of electronic stability control.
New Mazda3 achieves five-star ANCAP safety rating, but doesn’t get unqualified endorsement, and we wonder why UK Mazda3 models get standard AEB and Aussie models don’t?