Your question: Why do Indians buy unsafe cars?

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Is Baleno really unsafe?

Euro NCAP has given 3 Star Safety Rating in Crash Test to Baleno. As per Euro NCAP, 3 star rating means “average to good occupant protection but lacking crash avoidance technology”. As per Crash Test report, the passenger compartment of Baleno remained stable in the frontal offset test.

Are Tata cars really safe?

Coinciding with its market launch, the Tata Punch mini-SUV has become only the fourth made-in-India vehicle (and the third Tata vehicle) tested by vehicle safety watchdog Global New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) to secure an impressive five-star rating in its crash tests.

What is Nexa?

NEXA is Maruti Suzuki’s premium sales channel. It marks the first initiative by an automobile company to go beyond selling cars and create a differentiated retail experience for its discerning customers. … It was followed by the bold premium-hatchback, Baleno, the leader in its segment with over 7 lakh sales.

Why is Suzuki so cheap?

The Suzuki is without a doubt priced lower because there is less market interest for them versus Yamaha, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy it since that model has been around for a while and more importantly is still in current production.

Which car has more accidents in India?

List of top 10 safest cars in India

Models Ex- Showroom Price [Delhi]
Mahindra XUV 300 Rs.7.95 lakhs
Mahindra Marazzo Rs.11.64 lakhs
Volkswagen Polo Rs 6.16 lakhs
Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Rs.7.39 lakhs
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Which is the safest car in the world?

Top 10 safest cars in India as rated by Global NCAP: Mahindra XUV700 bags five stars in latest crash tests

  • Tata Punch – 5 stars (AOP score: 16.45) …
  • Mahindra XUV300 – 5 stars (AOP score: 16.42) …
  • Tata Altroz – 5 stars (AOP score: 16.12) …
  • Tata Nexon – 5 stars (AOP score: 16.06) …
  • Mahindra Marazzo – 4 stars (AOP score: 12.85)