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Mitsubishi Express fails to meet safety expectation (long)
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.
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Date Published: 2 March 2021
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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.

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ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

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