Two of the products tested this week by LatinNCAP are the Volkswagen Polo Sedan, which earned five-star and the all-new Ford Ka, which scored four.
yer we tell you about the five-star obtained for three of the new products that Honda markets in Latin america, the new Fit, HR-V and City, and of the zero star obtained by one of the products most sold by General Motors in Mexico, as the Chevrolet Aveo achieved the minimum score.
Volkswagen Polo Sedan is a product made in India that in the mexican market is known as Vento and achieved in this new round of impact tests the maximum score of five stars for occupant adult and three stars in the case of occupant children.
VW ISOFIX, ABS brakes, and airbags, although the three stars achieved in child protection is due to certain difficulties in the installation of the child restraint systems (CRS) and a signaling of the ISOFIX that does not comply with the rules of LatinNCAP. Even though the agency clarifies that once connected, the systems worked in the correct way.
was Also tested new Ford Ka, achieving four stars for occupant adult and three stars for occupant Child. LatinNCAP points out that the performance genius of the Ford Ka was good, but it is surprising that Ford continue to assemble seat belt with two anchor points for the central position of the back seat.