With standard safety features, the Mahindra Marazzo scored 4 stars in Adult Occupant Protection and 2 stars for child occupant protection.
Tata Nexon has created history as it has become the first made-in-India, sold-in-India car to score 5-star rating in the Global NCAP crash test. Not just Nexon, the recently launched Mahindra Marazzo MPV has also performed well at the crash test. The 7-seater premium MPV achieved a 4-star rating at the Global NCAP crash test.
This is also the first Mahindra car to get 4-star rating in the global NCAP crash test. With standard safety features like double airbags, ABS, SBR for driver and ISOFIX anchorages, the Mahindra Marazzo scored 4 stars in Adult Occupant Protection and 2 stars for child occupant protection. Tested under #SaferCarsForIndia campaign, the Marazzo scored 12.85 out of 17 points in the adult safety ratings. In the child occupant safety, it attains 2 star rating by scoring 22.22 points out of 49.
The Mahindra Marazzo provides good protection for both adult head and neck. The MPV offers decent protection for the driver chest and adequate protection for passenger chest. However, the pedals showed some risk for the lower legs due to their displacement. While the 18 month old dummy received good protection, the 3 year old child passenger showed risk of injuries to chest and head. What’s encouraging is that the bodyshell of the Marazzo was rated as stable and it was capable of withstanding further loadings.