ANCAP five star February

Honda’s new Civic has achieved a credible five-star rating in the latest round of crash testing by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).

Honda’s new Civic has achieved a credible five-star rating in the latest round of crash testing by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).
It joins a number of small cars that are hovering around the 35-point mark in NCAP testing. Among these cars are Alfa Romeo Giulietta, Ford Focus, Holden Cruze, Subaru’s upcoming Impreza and the Volkswagen Golf.
ANCAP additionally commended the Civic (pictured) for its pedestrian safety, rating the Honda ‘good’.
The Honda performed better in the category of pedestrian safety than the new Impreza, which was considered ‘acceptable’ by ANCAP, although the Subaru scored higher overall against the Honda (35.33 points versus 34.91 for the Civic).


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