Tuesday, May 31, 2011

5 Safest Cars In Europe

For those of you who put the safety factor in choosing a car, probably the result of testing the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) - National Institute of Occupational Safety Car in Europe - could be a reference. There are five new cars that have been and will be marketed in Europe received five stars from NCAP safety. Fifth CT 200h Lexus vehicle, the Volvo V60 wagon, Ford Focus, Nissan LEAF, DS4 Citroen and Peugeot 508.

Of the five cars, two of them environmentally friendly vehicles that have a safety level equivalent to the car "normal. " As CT Lexus 200h (hybrid) are labeled as "stable" for the driver and passenger from the front when the collision occurred. Although the gas pedal pushed to the up to 56 millimeters, but the hips, thighs, knees, and feet escaped injury.

Electrical safety features like stability control activation could affect up to 86 percent, while the safety for pedestrians who hit only 55 percent. Safety for children is also high, providing protectionto head , includingthe movement when the collision occurred . The positive results obtained from tests on children aged 18 months to three years. If on average, owned Lexus safety for adults judged to 94 percent and 84 percent children.

One again, the electric-powered Nissan LEAF predicate able to achieve the most secure in Europe. From the test results, aimlessly value of 83 percent for the safety of children. Although there were several movements in the cabin (when hit) 72 mm into the gas pedal, which sustains Pillar A windshield was also bent 21 mm. For adult passengers are given safety level reached 89 percent, 65 percent of pedestrian safety (pedestrian) and car safety features up to 84 percent.

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