Subaru safety assessments around the world

Subaru’s collision safety tests clearly rank highly in assessments conducted throughout various countries around the world. Yet Subaru believes that even the best assessment results mean nothing on the road if users are not assured of a certain level of safety. Rather than simply aiming for the highest figures in a simulated test environment, cars must be manufactured to provide the best collision safety performance in the event of an unforeseen accident under unexpected conditions. This is Subaru’s approach to ALL-AROUND SAFETY, and the numerous safety assessment awards received over the years are testament to Subaru’s safe driving record developed over decades.

Euro NCAP

Euro NCAP is an automobile collision safety test programme carried out in Europe by an independent consumer organisation established in 1997. The safety of cars sold within Europe is inspected using collision tests. By releasing the results publicly, the organisation can provide information on the safety of cars being sold in the European market to users, while also ensuring that manufacturers develop safer cars. There are three Euro NCAP ratings for cars tested before 2009: adult protection, child occupant and pedestrian protection. Three collision tests, consisting of frontal, side and pole tests, are carried out by Euro NCAP for adult protection and child protection ratings.

Visit official site: http://www.euroncap.com/

Outback

2015 (Model Year)

★★★★★ (5-Star)

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Forester

2013 (Model Year)

★★★★★ (5-Star)

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SUBARU XV

2012 (Model Year)

★★★★★ (5-Star)

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