2024 Honda Amaze Disappoints in Latest Safety Ratings: Two Stars for Adults, Zero for Children

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Honda’s sub-4 meter sedan Amaze recently received a disappointing safety rating in the Global NCAP test. It has been given only 2 star rating for adult passengers, whereas this car has completely failed in terms of child safety, it has got 0 star rating. Let us know in depth about the results of this test.

Failed in the New Standards of Global NCAP Test

The Honda amaze was tested under the previous Global NCAP protocols achieving four stars for adult and 1 star for child occupant protection.

2024 Honda Amaze Disappoints in Latest Safety Ratings: Two Stars for Adults, Zero for Children

The model was re-evaluated under Latest and more stringent protocols, resulting in two stars for adult protection and zero stars for child protection. But this time the car completely failed in the new and more stringent standards.

Poor Performance for Children

Child protection showed head contact in frontal impact of both dummies, high load in the chest and neck of a three-year-old child and ejection risk in the 1.5-year-old dummy.

Lack of three point belts in all seating positions and passenger airbag disconnection switch as well as failure of some CRS in installation explains the zero stars for child safety.

Poor Performance for Adult2024 Honda Amaze Disappoints in Latest Safety Ratings: Two Stars for Adults, Zero for Children

Adult safety received a low score due to the lack of optional side head protection, driver-only seat belt reminder (SBR) and ESC not being standard.

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