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2021 Toyota Kluger provides 5 star safety for the whole family
Toyota's fourth-generation Kluger has arrived in Australia and New Zealand with a 5 star safety rating awarded by independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP.
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Date Published: 16 June 2021
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Toyota's fourth-generation Kluger has arrived in Australia and New Zealand with a 5 star safety rating awarded by independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP.

Toyota's fourth-generation Kluger has arrived in Australia and New Zealand with a 5 star safety rating awarded by independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP.

The seven-seat Toyota Kluger, known as the Toyota Highlander in New Zealand, was subject to ANCAP's most stringent 2020-2022 test protocols, with a comprehensive range of tests conducted at local test laboratories in Sydney, Adelaide and regional NSW.

Australasia's independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP, has awarded two Genesis models – the G80 sedan and GV80 SUV – 5 star safety ratings following the latest round of testing. The 5-seat Genesis G80 sedan released into the Australian market in December 2020 achieved solid all-round results, scoring top marks in the side impact and far-side impact crash tests, as well as providing a high level of protection to rear-seat adults in the full-width frontal test - an important achievement for this category of vehicle.

Australasia's independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP, has awarded two Genesis models – the G80 sedan and GV80 SUV – 5 star safety ratings following the latest round of testing. The 5-seat Genesis G80 sedan released into the Australian market in December 2020 achieved solid all-round results, scoring top marks in the side impact and far-side impact crash tests, as well as providing a high level of protection to rear-seat adults in the full-width frontal test - an important achievement for this category of vehicle.

Australasia's independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP, has awarded two Genesis models – the G80 sedan and GV80 SUV – 5 star safety ratings following the latest round of testing. The 5-seat Genesis G80 sedan released into the Australian market in December 2020 achieved solid all-round results, scoring top marks in the side impact and far-side impact crash tests, as well as providing a high level of protection to rear-seat adults in the full-width frontal test - an important achievement for this category of vehicle.

The People Mover segment has today been given a boost, with Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, announcing a 5 star safety rating for the high-selling Kia Carnival, tested against the latest 2020-2022 rating criteria.

The Mazda MX-30 enters the Australasian market with a 5 star ANCAP safety rating, demonstrating high levels of safety performance across the four key areas of assessment. The Mazda MX-30 is the seventh vehicle to be independently assessed by ANCAP against the more expansive 2020-22 test and rating criteria.

Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has released its first zero star rating. The Mitsubishi Express van – a popular choice for commercial fleets and private tradespeople – was unable to qualify for a rating higher than zero due to the absence of active safety systems. The Express also delivered marginal performance in physical crash tests and lacks basic safety features that consumers have come to expect in a newly released model.

Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has released its first zero star rating. The Mitsubishi Express van – a popular choice for commercial fleets and private tradespeople – was unable to qualify for a rating higher than zero due to the absence of active safety systems. The Express also delivered marginal performance in physical crash tests and lacks basic safety features that consumers have come to expect in a newly released model.

Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has broadened its field of view to review the active safety performance of a range of commercial vans – a segment not previously put under the microscope.

The new Land Rover Defender showed strong performance across the four key areas of safety assessment.

The new generation Kia Sorento performed well across each of the physical crash tests and in particular, revealed a very strong Safety Assist score of 89% - the highest Safety Assist score achieved to date against increased 2020 assessment criteria.

Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has revealed the results of its first side-by-side comparison of autonomous emergency braking technology across Australia's top 10 selling vehicle models. Effectiveness testing of autonomous emergency braking (AEB) technology was introduced as part of ANCAP's routine safety rating assessment process in January 2018, following the adoption of common test and rating protocols with European counterpart, Euro NCAP. To the end of 2019, sixty (60) new vehicle models had been assessed against the common criteria, with all offering some form of AEB as standard or an optional extra.

Australasia's independent vehicle safety advocate, ANCAP SAFETY, has today launched a national community awareness campaign demonstrating how the presence of two key vehicle safety technologies – autonomous emergency braking (AEB) and lane support systems (LSS) – can help turn a potentially negative outcome into a positive one.

Australasia's independent vehicle safety advocate, ANCAP SAFETY, has today launched a national community awareness campaign demonstrating how the presence of two key vehicle safety technologies – autonomous emergency braking (AEB) and lane support systems (LSS) – can help turn a potentially negative outcome into a positive one.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.