Global NCAP has posted a video of the Renault Triber crash test on its YouTube channel.
Global NCAP has repeatedly asked car manufacturers to improve the safety of cars sold in emerging markets. And the requests of Global NCAP were heard, at least by Renault.
Renault Triber cross-wagon, which is sold in India, took part in the next series of Global NCAP crash tests. Thus, the 7-seater Triber station wagon with a length of almost four meters received four stars for the level of safety of adult passengers and three stars for the safety of children.
It is noted that the Renault Triber vehicle in the basic configuration took part in the Global NCAP crash test. The Global NCAP organization expressed the hope that Renault will continue to improve its cars, and in the future they will be able to receive the highest score for safety. Recall that the Triber model shares the chassis with the Kwid high hatchback, which initially did not receive a single star in the crash test, later the model was modernized, and it performed much better.