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New Ford car is a Which? Don’t Buy due to poor safety

Since the Ford Ka+ Active is based on the regular Ka+, it shares its Euro NCAP assessment – this means it scores a poor three stars out of five in...

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Tesla Model 3 gets perfect score in crash test

Tesla Model 3 gets a perfect score in Euro NCAP tests - and would you pay £750 extra for better safety? The new Skoda Scala ranks as one of the safest family cars to date.

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Life savers: seven new cars ace Euro NCAP safety tests

The new Renault Clio, hybrid Toyota Corolla and all-electric Audi e-tron among the seven cars to get top marks for safety from Euro NCAP.

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Two new SUVs get full marks in latest car safety tests

The latest Euro NCAP crash tests resulted in a full five-star overall safety rating for two new SUVs: the Citröen C5 Aircross and the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Quite...

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New Which? Don’t Buy car exposed due to poor safety

The Suzuki Ignis is a Which? Don’t Buy car, following major safety concerns for the driver and any child passengers after crash tests. Our latest tests have also revealed new...

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Latest SUV crash test results: Honda CR-V, Seat Tarraco and Mercedes-Benz G-class rated

The Honda CR-V Hybrid, Seat Tarraco and Mercedes-Benz G-Class large SUVs have all scored the maximum five stars from safety organisation Euro NCAP – quite the feat with the new...

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The safest cars tested in 2018

Safety organisation Euro NCAP has announced its three ‘best in class’ winners for 2018: the hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo (safest large SUV), the Mercedes-Benz A-Class (safest small family car and overall 2018 winner) and the hybrid Lexus ES (safest large family car).

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Two cars performed badly in the latest crash tests, including the new Jeep Wrangler

The latest Euro NCAP results are bad news for FCA, who own both Fiat and Jeep. While cars such as the BMW X5, Volvo V60 and Jaguar I-Pace all get top marks for safety, the aging Panda and brand new Jeep Wrangler hit rock bottom.

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Hydrogen fuel-cell car put through crash safety tests for first time

The hydrogen Hyundai Nexo and the latest Mercedes A-Class are among the raft of cars to achieve a full five stars for safety. Car safety organisation Euro NCAP has released...

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Euro NCAP tests: you must not count on automated driving systems

Tests conducted by Euro NCAP show there's a potential risk of drivers becoming ‘over reliant’ on automated driving assistance systems. Tesla's Autopilot system came in for particular criticism.

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