The new generation of the Dacia Logan MCV has managed to score just 3 stars in the newest crash tests performed by Euro NCAP.
A disappointing over-all score of just 3 stars has been concluded for the new generation of the Dacia Logan MCV by the safety specialists from Euro NCAP, as the model has been recently tested. The Romanian estate has received 57 percent in Adult Occupant protection, 75 percent in Child Occupant protection, 55 percent in Pedestrian Safety and just 38 percent in the Safety Assist category.
In the Adult Occupant, the model has score 22 points, with the biggest problems being seen at the torso and feet of the driver, in the front offset, which have been marked as “Weak”. The passenger is apparently safer in the car than the driver because the chest and left foot has been marked as “Adequate”. In the Side Car test, the vehicle performed well, but in the Side Pole impact, the same “Weak” protection was seen in the chest.
In the Crash Test Performance for the 18 Month Old Child, the model scored 12.0 points and in the 3 Year Old Child, it scored 9.1 points. Another 4.0 points have been added for the Child Safety Features. A total of 20 points have been added to the car in the Pedestrian Safety chapter where the lower part of the windscreen, along with the side parts of it and the part of the hood above the headlights and the grille have been marked as “Poor”. The final 5 points have been added in the Safety Assist. The tested car was a Dacia Logan MCV 1.5 dCi Base.