Nissan Ariya scores top score in Euro NCAP tests

Five stars for Nissan Ariya in Euro NCAP tests

Today we’re here to talk about the Nissan Ariya, the all-electric car from the Japanese carmaker that is set to set a new sales record, just like the popular Nissan Leaf. Recently, we were able to test the Nissan Ariya in depth (you can see the full review here, as well as other videos of the vehicle such as the range test), but now it remains to see how it has performed in the Euro NCAP safety tests.

The Nissan Ariya has achieved the highest score of five stars in Euro NCAP testing. It scored high marks in every section: in ‘Adult occupant’ it scored 86% out of 100, in ‘Child occupant’ it scored 89 out of 100%, in ‘Vulnerable road users’ it scored 74/100 and in ‘Safety Assist’ it scored 93% out of 100.

In the ‘Adult Occupant’ section, the Nissan Ariya scored 13.8 out of 16 points for ‘Frontal Impact’, 14.9/16 for ‘Side Impact’, 3.3 out of 4 for ‘Rear Impact’ and 1 out of 2 points for ‘Rescue and Extraction’.

In ‘Child occupant’, it scores the highest score of 12 out of 12 points for ‘CRS installation check’, scoring 9 out of 13 points for ‘Protective features’ and 22.9 out of 24 for ‘Crash test performance based on 6 and 10 year olds’.

In the ‘Vulnerable Road Users’ section, where it scored the lowest overall, it scored 25.8 out of 36 points for ‘Pedestrian Impact Protection and 14.6/18 for AEB for Vulnerable Road Users (VRU)’, which breaks down as: 7 out of 9 points for ‘AEB for pedestrians’ and 7.6/9 for ‘AEB for cyclists’.

Finally, in ‘Safety Assist’, it scores top marks in two of the four sections: in ‘Driver Condition Monitoring’ with 3 out of 3 points and in ‘Lane Change Assist’ with 4 out of 4. In ‘Speed Assist’ it scores 2.6 out of 3 and in ‘Car to Car AEB’ it scores 5.4 out of 6 points.

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