Hit Test, Hyundai I10 Was Declared Unsafe
Bad news befall the Hyundai I10 car handcrafted India. Car security testers in Uruguay, Latin New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) say hatchback that does not meet safety standards.
As reported by the Indianautosblog page, Friday (11/9/2015), after the cheapest variant of the car Hyundai I10 India harga yamaha soul gt 125 sekarang made it a hit was tested, Latin NCAP announced that the car was not pocketed any of the one-star score score a maximum five stars.
Bad score due to the Hyundai I10 which in fact will be marketed to Chile was not equipped devices such as safety airbags, brake anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC) as well as there is no seat ISOFIX for children.
So it can be practically capable to load five people that rely solely on the brakes, seat belts and order the car to protect the lives of its passengers.
Commenting on the results of the jeblok, the Secretary General of the Latin NCAP, Alejandro Furas demands that the Governments of Latin America are more strict for selecting all the cars will be marketed in its territory.
"The vehicles are sold in the region of Latin America should be the standard minimum hit test pass by the United Nations. This is important for the safety of the consumer, "says Alejandro.
Oddly enough, the condition is inversely proportional to the Hyundai I10 cars circulating in continental Europe. I10 in Europe have provided full safety devices, have a more stable order and pocketed score four stars in Euro NCAP test hit by.
Other than in Europe and America, a Hyundai I10 car are also on sale in Indonesia. The difference between the competitors, the car Daihatsu Sirion and Toyota Etios in ground water that Beckham go directly from Hyundai factory in South Korea and was loaded with several safety devices though not full.