Over the years, people in the Indian car market have increasingly shifted towards safer cars rather than cheaper and more efficient vehicles. And that is why car manufacturers are paying attention to safety as well.
Indian car brands such as Tata and Mahindra have provided customers with many beautiful and powerful vehicles with 4 and 5 star safety ratings.
Tata Safari and Harrier 5 star rating in Global NCAP – India’s safest car
Tata Motors’ two biggest vehicles in the series, the Tata Safari and the Harrier, scored 5 out of 5 stars in the Global Safety Standard test, further boosting consumer confidence in Tata cars.
Tata Safari and Harrier have achieved the highest global NCAP scores for adult and child safety ever in Global NCAP’s #SaferCarsForIndia test.
These voluntary tests are one of the final results of Global NCAP’s #SaferCarsForIndia campaign before the upcoming India NCAP results come into force.
Global NCAP’s crash test protocols evaluate frontal and side impact protection as well as electronic stability control (ESC) for all models.
Pedestrian protection and side impact pole protection ratings are required for vehicles receiving the highest star rating.
Criteria required for rating
More information on protocol requirements can be found on the Global NCAP website.
The Safari and Harrier are based on the same vehicle platform, although the Safari seats seven passengers while the Harrier seats five passengers. Both models are equipped with six airbags and ESC as standard.
The Tata Safari and Tata Harrier have earned top star ratings for both adults and children due to their stable structure and strong restraint system strategy.
Both models showed complete safety for child passengers in dynamic (speed) tests.
Both are equipped with ISOFIX anchorages and a passenger airbag disable switch, making them very safe for transporting children. does
Safari and Harrier also meet the requirements of UN127 and GTR9 standards for pedestrian safety.
Both models comply with Global NCAP’s ESC requirements, as well as offering seatbelt reminders and optional ADAS technology in all seating positions.
Global NCAP Secretary General Alejandro Furas said,
“Global NCAP congratulates Tata for five-star twin model ratings for Safari and Harrier. This very strong result, the highest adult and child safety scores in our test, confirms the manufacturer’s strong commitment to developing safe vehicles which we wholeheartedly welcome and appreciate.
David Ward, president of the Toward Zero Foundation, said,
“It is very gratifying to see Tata’s continued commitment to high levels of safety performance. The Safari and Harrier’s top scoring results indicate an encouraging safety trend, which we are sure will continue across the Indian automotive industry as global NCAP tests continue to transform NCAP operations in India.
Tata Safari and Harrier Price
Recently, the facelifted models of Tata Safari and Harrier have been launched in the Indian market, with the Safari starting at Rs. 16.19 lakh (ex-showroom) and Harrier Rs. 15.49 lakh (ex-showroom).
Earlier Tata Motors’ Nexon and Panch also got 5 points in the safety rating and proved the importance of safety by saving lives in several dangerous accidents.
If you also want to buy a car keeping your family’s safety in mind, Indian car brand Tata offers you a good option.