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Citroen C3 Scores Zero Stars in Latin NCAP Crash Test

Citroen C3 Score (symbolic picture)
Citroen C3 Score (symbolic picture)

 

IIE Digital Desk : The Citroen C3 has scored zero stars in the Latin NCAP crash test. The test, which was conducted by the Latin American New Car Assessment Program, found that the C3 offered poor protection for both adults and children in the event of a crash. The C3 scored just 27% for adult occupant protection, with the car's structure rated as unstable in the frontal impact test. The car also scored just 23% for child occupant protection, with the car's child seats not providing adequate protection in the event of a crash.


The Citroen C3 is not the only car to have scored poorly in the Latin NCAP crash test. The Renault Kwid and the Fiat Mobi have also scored zero stars, while the Dacia Sandero has scored just one star. The poor performance of these cars in the Latin NCAP crash test is a reminder that not all cars offer the same level of safety. Consumers should carefully consider the safety features of a car before making a purchase.


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