General Motors fails again with one of their products, to get zero stars in the tests of LatinNCAP with your Chevrolet Aveo without the airbags produced in Mexico.
Andra until a few months ago the car sold in Mexico and just get zero-star in the evaluation of LatinNCAP. This is the Chevrolet Aveo, produced in Mexico, without airbags or ABS brakes in their later versions of basic.
General Motors turns to disappoint with its Chevrolet Aveo, a product which has obtained zero stars for occupant adult and two stars for Occupant Child. LatinNCAP points out that the structure of the car is considered unstable, because it lacks the capacity to handle greater loads. This means that the driver is very likely to die before a frontal impact.
it should Be noted that the Aveo was also evaluated some years ago by EuroNCAP and despite having double frontal airbag, the technicians considered that its structure was not optimal, with possible compressions on the chest of the driver that could cause minor injuries.
with Respect to General Motors, LatinNCAP highlights the little interest for offer in Latin america and the Caribbean, products that are at the same level as those marketed in the united States.