Renault Triber scores 4-Star safety rating global NCAP
"Two airbags were used to test the Triber crossover in its most basic safety configuration"
Made-in-India is a term that refers to products that are made in India In the latest round of #SaferCarsForIndia crash tests, the Renault Triber received a promising four stars for adult occupants and three stars for child occupants.
Two airbags were used to test the Triber crossover in its most basic safety configuration. The Triber outperformed earlier Renault models that were tested by Global NCAP.
“Renault has greatly improved adult occupant protection performance in frontal accidents compared to our 2016 tests on the Kwid,” said Alejandro Furas, Secretary-General of Global NCAP.
The Triber establishes a good benchmark for the manufacturer, and we encourage Renault to keep making significant progress toward its objective of reaching 5-star safety ratings.”
The head and neck protection provided to the adult occupant driver and passenger was adequate. The driver's chest was only marginally protected, whereas the passenger's chest was adequately protected. The driver's knees provided only moderate protection because they could collide with potentially harmful components behind the dashboard. The knees of the passengers provided adequate protection. The tibias of both the driver and the passenger appeared to be adequately protected.
The bodyshell, on the other hand, was deemed unstable and could not withstand further loads. The Footwell was deemed to be stable. Standard seatbelt reminders (SBR) are available for both the driver and the passenger.
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