Five stars for the MG4 Electric, following Euro NCAP tests

Euro NCAP awards top five-star rating to MG4 Electric

This time it’s MG’s turn, with its popular and highly demanded MG 4 Electric. It is a fully electric utility vehicle that is gaining points in our country both for its performance and its price, which is even more affordable after applying the MOVES III Plan aid, to which must be added that the brand has recently lowered its price even more.

Without a doubt, the MG4 Electric is one of the favourite electric vehicles of the moment, and as with all cars, it has been subjected to Euro NCAP safety tests, where we have already told you that it has achieved the maximum score of five stars, making it even more attractive to buy.

In detail, it scored 83% out of 100% for ‘Adult Occupant’, 80% for ‘Child Occupant’, 75% for ‘Vulnerable Road Users’ where it scored lowest and 78 out of 100% for ‘Safety Assist’.

For the ‘Adult Occupant’ section, it scored 13.5 out of 16 points in the ‘Frontal Impact’ test, 13.1/16 in ‘Side Impact’, 3 out of 4 in ‘Rear Impact’ and the highest score of 2 out of 2 in ‘Rescue and Extraction’. In ‘Child occupant’, it scored 11.5 out of 24 points for ‘Crash test performance based on 6 and 10 year olds’, 5 out of 13 points for ‘Protective features’ and the highest score of 12 out of 12 for ‘CRS installation check’.

In ‘Vulnerable road users’, it scored 27.1 out of 36 for ‘Pedestrian impact protection’ and 13.5 out of 18 for ‘Vulnerable road user (VRU) AEB’, which in turn is divided into: ‘AEB for pedestrians’ with 6 out of 9 and ‘AEB for cyclists’ with 7.5 out of 9 points.

Finally, in ‘Safety Assist’ it scored the highest score of 3 out of 3 for ‘Driver Condition Monitoring’, scoring 1.5 out of 3 points for ‘Speed Assist’, 3 out of 4 for ‘Lane Change Assist’ and 5.1 out of 6 for ‘Car-to-Car AEB’.

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