A new round of ANCAP crash-safety scores have seen 5-Star ratings awarded to the all-new 2012 Toyota Aurion (launching in Australia this week), along with Suzuki's new Swift light hatch. The updated-for-2012 Jeep Compass has picked up a 4-Star rating, while Mahindra's ageing Pik Up utility has managed only a 3-Star result. The Aurion's score is the result of local crash testing by the Australian New Car Assessment Program, continuing the previous model's top-shelf safety.
Kia's all-new Rondo wagon has been awarded top marks in a new round of ANCAP crash safety tests, joined in the 5-Star club by the new Mazda6 midsizer and the new Renault Clio light hatch. The new ratings apply to all variants of the... Read Post
As Nissan's Leaf EV draws closer to its 2012 local launch, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has awarded the new hatch a 5 Star crash safety rating - a first for an electric vehicle in Australia. The Leaf scored 33... Read Post