India-made Chevrolet Beat scores zero stars in Latin NCAP crash tests

The Indian-made Chevrolet Beat has failed the Latin NCAP frontal crash test, scoring a zero in both adult and child safety. Sold in Latin America as the Chevrolet Spark GT, it come as a shock because the car sold in the European markets has proven to be safer owing to more stringent safety regulations there. The structure of the Latin Beat though was deemed as stable.  Latin NCAP didn't conduct a side crash test as the vehicle had already failed the frontal assessment. In a crash test conducted by the European NCAP back in 2009, the...

Updated Date: Sep 21, 2016 18:25 PM

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