Maruti Suzuki Ignis Crash Test

Maruti Suzuki Ignis 3-Star Safety Rating in Global NCAP Crash Test

Global NCAP has also conducted a crash test of the Made in India Maruti Suzuki Ignis which gives the car a 3-star safety rating. For the safety of adults, the car has been rated 3-star and the Ignis also has a 64 km/hr. Global NCAP has found the car weak after the collision and is more likely to be on the chest during the accident. The Ignis that has a crash test normally comes with dual airbags and ABS.

IGNIS 3 Star Rating at Global NCAP

This car is the African specification model of Maruti Suzuki Ignis. The Ignis being sold in India is normally in the form of safety features like dual airbags, EBD with ABS, Seatbelt pre-tensors and reverse parking sensors with ISOFIX child seat mount, seatbelt reminder and high-speed alert system Comes with. Despite these features, the car has received poor safety ratings in the global NCAP crash test. In India, the Ignis comes only with a petrol engine equipped with a 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox.

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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Crash Test Rating

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Crash Test Rating

According to the report, the Ignis has proved to be weak in terms of the safety of the driver’s chest. The safety of the head and neck of the driver and the pantry has been described as good. Report explains that there is not enough safety of the driver’s knees and there is a risk of serious injury. The safety of the passenger’s knees is enough. Also, Ignis’s driver has not been found according to the side’s seat belt Reminder global NCAP.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Crash Test Rating Report

Ignis has received a crash test rating of 9.99 out of 17.00 for adult protection, and there are 8.00 points out of 49.00 on child safety. The tested Ignis was the right-hand side drive of the 2019 model, and its crash test weight was 1,092 kg, while the Kerb weight was 860 kg. The difference in weight of the kerb weight and crash Test weight has come in the wake of dummy and equities.

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For the safety of children, the car has been given a very low rating as Suzuki was advised by Suzuki not to test for the safety of children. Global NCAP believes that the safety of all types of passengers is entrusted to the company, so it is always mandatory to test the safety of children in this test. The 2019 model of Maruti Suzuki Ignis has been launched with a starting price of Rs 4.79 lakh in Delhi and the price for the top model goes up to Rs 7.14 lakh.

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