For the crash test, Honda provided the EL-AWD version of the Honda CR-V.
This variant could translate to the 1.5 VX Turbo CVT AWD crossover variant. It has eight airbags, autonomous braking capability, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, lane keep assist and driver attention monitor.
The crossover also comes with the brand’s Honda SENSING suite of technology, which gives it features such as forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking for motorcycles and blind spot detection, which is only available on the passenger side.
The score breakdown
We won’t bore you with too many technical details and we will head straight to the breakdown of the scores.
If you do want to check out the full report, you can go to the ASEAN NCAP website. The test is divided into four main categories totaling 100 points:
Adult occupant protection (40)
Child occupant protection (20)
Safety assist (20)
Motorcyclist safety (20)
Note that to get a 5-star rating or higher, a car needs to score at least 80 points. Here is how the all-new CR-V scored:
Adult occupant protection – 39.31/40
Child occupant protection – 17.97/20
Safety assist – 18.57/20
Motorcyclist safety – 11.32/20
Total score – 87.17/100
As the scores show, Honda has invested a lot into the safety of its newest crossover.
Since the launch is only a few weeks away, interested customers can rest assured that they will buy one of the safest vehicles available today.
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