Ford Everest Achieves ASEAN NCAP’s 5-Star Safety Rating


I have written about the Ford Everest's perormance in the ASEAN NCAP earlier when it was announced by MIROS, the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety, together with a few other cars (the Hyundai i10, Toyota Innova, Nissan Grand Livina  and a few others). Now we have a video from Ford explaining how the Ford Everest can achieve the 5 star rating a little further.



PRESS RELEASE
Ford Everest Achieves ASEAN NCAP’s 5-Star Safety Rating

BANGKOK, Thailand, February 16, 2016 – Ford Motor Company today announced that the new Everest SUV earned a maximum 5-star safety rating from the ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (NCAP), achieving the highest score for Adult Occupant Protection in its segment at 15.38/16 points. The Everest’s 4-star rating for Child Occupant Protection (COP) was also the highest in its segment, at 81 percent compliance.

Led by Ford’s Asia Pacific design and product development teams, the new Everest was designed from the ground up to offer an unmatched level of occupant protection in both active and passive safety features. These technologies also improve the driving experience on- and off-road as well as helping to protect other road users.

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