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Trending news: Alto K10 and Wagon R came clean on safety, the company said- Focus on Bharat NCAP, our cars are safe – Hindustan News Hub


Regarding the safety rating, the company said – vehicles made on the standards.
All safety features are present in the cars.
The company is waiting for India NCAP.

New Delhi. There has always been a debate about the safety rating of Maruti cars. And the recent Global NCAP Crash Test has given it more weight. Maruti’s most popular cars Alto K10 and Wagon R failed completely in this test. Both the cars were given zero rating for child safety. In the overall rating, Alto K10 was given two stars and Wagon R was given one star. Both these cars have now become one of the lowest rated cars by NCAP.

After this rating came to the fore, now the company has reacted on the crash test result. According to PTI, Maruti has said after these results that they will take all measures to manufacture safe cars for Indian buyers. A spokesperson of the Gurugram-based company said that we always give priority to safety. The safety norms in India are similar to the European standards and the company strictly follows them. Along with this, the cars have been certified and tested by the government.

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attention to standards
In the statement issued by the company, it has been said that all the cars have been made in accordance with the safety guidelines issued by the government. Safety features like hill hold assist, 360 degree camera, HUD display have been given separately in cars. According to the company, they will always continue to keep safety in their priority during car manufacturing.

Will launch the Indian edition of NCAP
According to the company, instead of global rating agencies, the company will focus more on launching the Indian edition of NCAP. According to the company, the government will come up with India NCAP which will be more meaningful for Indian buyers.

At the same time, Global NCAP is now eyeing the India NCAP crash test, in which the performance of Maruti cars matters the most. According to David Ward, President of Towards Zero Foundation, with India NCAP starting soon, he would like to see the performance of Maruti Suzuki cars.

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FIRST PUBLISHED : April 06, 2023, 10:33 IST

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