Nissan Leaf scores five stars in toughest Euro NCAP crash test

The new Nissan Leaf has kicked off Euro NCAP’s new crash testing procedure for 2018 by earning a full five-star rating.

Nissan’s all-electric hatch was commended for its adult occupant protection, with a 93% score in this area. The car scored 86% for child occupant protection, putting it at the top end of the family hatchback segment in this category.

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Euro NCAP listed the Leaf’s automatic emergency braking (AEB) technology, which is advanced enough to spot cyclists, as another standout feature for its success. The safety organisation considers such a system as extremely important because electric vehicles are often inaudible when driving in urban areas.

Read more: Autocar

By |2019-03-27T11:17:21+00:00May 18th, 2018|Electric Cars, Leaf, News, Nissan, Reviews, Uncategorized|
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