Euro NCAP has listed its newest crash test results for the new Audi Q7, Volvo XC90 and Renault Kadjar.
According to the safety specialists, all three vehicles have received a maximum 5 star safety rating. The new generation of the Audi Q7 has received 94 percent in Adult Occupant, 88 percent in Child Occupant and 70 percent in Pedestrian Safety. Another 76 percent have been received in the Safety Assist. The tested vehicle was a 3.0 TDI Quattro weighing 1,995 kg but the ratings apply to all 5- and 7-seat version of the SUV.
The brand new Volvo XC90 has proved to be a safe vehicle as well as it has been rated with a maximum 5-star safety rating as well. The new Swedish SUV has received 97 percent in Adult Occupant, 87 percent in Child Occupant, 72 percent in Pedestrian safety and a maximum of 100 percent in the Safety Assist category, proving once more that Volvos are amongst the safest vehicles money can buy these days. The tested model was a D5 Momentum, weighing 2,040 kg.
Last but not least, Euro NCAP has also tested the Renault Kadjar compact crossover. The newest addition to the French brand’s lineup has received 89 percent in Adult Occupant, 81 percent in Child Occupant and 74 percent in Pedestrian Safety, with another 71 percent in the Safety Assist. Euro NCAP has tested the Kadjar 1.5 dCi ZEN, weighing 1,420 kg.