The New Suzuki Vitara NCAP Result (2015)

Suzuki Vitara NCAP Testing (2015)

Suzuki Vitara NCAP Testing (2015)

The new Suzuki Vitara has been tested by Euro NCAP and has been awarded the maximum five-stars. The new Vitara went on sale in April priced from £13,999 for the entry level SZ4 1.6-litre petrol model with two wheel drive (all wheel drive is available).

The Vitara’s NCAP result can be broken down into, adult occupant 89%, child occupant 85%, pedestrian 76% and safety assist 75%. This compares to the new Fiat 500x that scored four-stars - adult occupant 86%, child occupant 85%, pedestrian 74% and safety assist 64%.

To gain a full five stars the car must score adult occupant 80%+, child occupant 75%+, pedestrian 65%+ and safety assist 70%+.

Standard safety equipment on Suzuki Vitara includes seven airbags with a driver’s knee airbag as well as seat belt pre-tensioners and force limiters.

Published 11 May 2015 Staff

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