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Safer cars coming our way

In November last year, Tata made some revisions to its Zest in order to make it a safer car according to Global NCAP. The move came after the base variant of the Zest scored zero stars in its first crash test. Tata made structural changes and added two airbags, seat belt pretensioners and a seat belt reminder for the driver, boosting the rating of the Zest to four stars in adult occupants’ safety. This brings us to the question - are manufacturers taking safety more seriously now? The question is especially pertinent as we get closer to the...

Updated Date: Jan 03, 2017 09:30 AM

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