Tata Safari Facelift Scores 5-Star Safety Rating In Latest Global NCAP Test | V3Cars

The Tata Safari facelift, which was launched today at a price of Rs. 16.19 lakh, has scored a 5-star safety rating in the latest Global NCAP test under the Safer Cars for India campaign. The new Tata Harrier and Safari facelift are the first Tata models that were tested by Global NCAP’s new and more stringent test protocols. Let’s take a look at how the Tata Safari facelift performed in the latest test.

Tata Safari Facelift

Tata Safari Facelift Scores 5-Star Global NCAP Rating

The new Tata Safari facelift scored 33.05 out of 34 points for adult occupant protection. The protection offered to the driver’s and passenger’s head and neck was rated good, while protection for their chest was deemed adequate.

In the child occupant safety test, the Safari facelift scored 45 points out of 49. It scored a full 12 points for the child restraint system (CRS) and a maximum dynamic score of 24. The child occupant safety tests were conducted with dummies of an 18-month-old and 3-year-old seated rearwards.

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Safari GNCAP

In the side impact test with a deformable barrier, the Safari facelift offered good protection for the head, chest, abdomen and pelvis. In the side pole impact tests, the standard curtain airbags in the Safari facelift offered good protection to the head and pelvis and marginal protections to the chest and adequate protection to the abdomen.

The body shell of the Tata Safari facelift was rated stable and capable of withstanding further loadings. 

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Nikil's a huge fan of classic cars, especially Italian beauties such as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and the Iso Grifo. His love for cars and bikes originated when he first laid his eyes on a poster of the Ferrari F40 and the MV Agusta F4 when he was just a child. He also loves all things analogue, especially vintage cameras and turntables.


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