5 worst rated Indian cars By Global NCAP

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The popular Indian SUV, the Mahindra Scorpio didn’t receive a popular result at the Global NCAP ratings. It scored zero stars in the Global NCAP crash tests. The driver’s chest and head had poor protection while the passenger’s chest got marginal protection rating. 

Mahindra Scorpio

The Eeco has been one of the worst performers in the Global NCAP tests consistently. The report concluded that the chest protection for the driver was weak. Moreover, the knees of the driver were prone to impact due to poor design.

Hyundai Eon

Celerio’s variant with no airbag scored zero stars in the adult occupancy protection category and one star in child occupant category.The protection to driver’s chest, neck and head was rated poor and passenger’s chest protection was considered to be marginal

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

The Kwid has been one of the most popular cars in the Indian markets due to its practicality, affordability, and after-sales services. Although, when it comes to safety, the car doesn’t impress a lot. The cars with and without airbags scored the same ratings.

Renault Kwid

The Tata Nano has been an entrant in this list for some obvious reasons. The car’s size and height, along with small tires make the structure unstable. The protection for the driver’s neck, chest, and head was termed as poor in the tests.

tata nano