The safety watchdog has tested the LHD (left-hand-drive) hybrid version of the 2019 Honda CR-V.
The 2019 Honda CR-V has scored 5 star safety rating in a recent crash test conducted by the Euro New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP). The SUV achieved 93% for adult occupant safety and 83% for child occupant safety. While the safety assist score stands at 76%, the vulnerable road users rated at 70%.
The 2019 Honda CR-V has been put through multiple crash tests including front full width rigid barrier test at 50kmph, front offset deformable barrier test at 64kmph, side pole test at 32kmph, side mobile barrier test at 50kmph, pedestrian head impact, pedestrian upper leg impact tests at 40kmph, pedestrian lower leg impact, whiplash low speed sled tests at 16 and 24kmph and lane support system. Read: New Honda Civic – Each & Every Detail
2019 Honda CR-V Euro NCAP Crash Test
In the frontal offset test, the passenger compartment of the 2019 Honda CR-V remained stable. It provided good protection of the knees and femurs of the driver and passenger. In fact, the protection of the driver and rear seat passenger was rated good or adequate for all critical body areas in the full-width rigid barrier test. Read – All-New Honda City will be Bigger & Fuel Efficient
The safety watchdog has tested the LHD (left-hand-drive) hybrid version of the 2019 Honda CR-V. The tested model was packed with a range of standard safety features including front driver and passenger airbags, side airbags, load limiter, ISOFIX child rear seat, AEB (auto emergency braking) technologies, speed assist and lane assist system, seatbelt reminder and passenger airbag cut-off switch.