Crash tested at a speed of 64kmph, the Ignis offered good protection to driver and co-passengers’ head and neck.
Global NCAP has released the crash test results for the India made Suzuki Ignis and the Honda Amaze. These models are developed in India and exported to Africa. In this article, we are talking about the made-in-India Suzuki Ignis which received 3 star rating in the Global NCAP safety crash test.
The tested model was equipped with dual front airbags, ABS and Isofix anchorages as standard. The Ignis achieved 3 stars for adult occupant protection. It scores 9.99 points out of a total of 17 points and 1 star for child safety protection with 8 points out of 49 points. Also See – Made-in-India Honda Amaze gets 4 stars in Global NCAP crash test
Crash tested at a speed of 64kmph, the Ignis offered good protection to driver and co-passengers’ head and neck. Driver’s chest showed weak protection while passenger’s chest showed adequate protection. Driver’s knees showed marginal protection as they could impact in dangerous area behind the fascia supported by the transfacia tube. Passenger’s knees showed adequate protection. The bodyshell was rated as unstable and it was not capable of withstanding further loadings. The footwell area is considered stable. The car offers standard SBR for driver but it does not meet Global NCAP requirements. Also See – 2019 Maruti Ignis price and details
The Ignis offered good protection to head and chest of the 18 month old child as the seat was installed with RWF using ISOFIX. The seat for the 3 year old was fixed with FWF with ISOFIX and offered good protection to head and adequate to the chest. The car does not offer 3 point belts in all seating positions, while the ISOFIX and top tether anchorages are standard in the 2 outboard rear seats.