Euro NCAP | Honda Accord | 2000 | Crash test

http://www.euroncap.com/tests/honda_accord_2000/79.aspx Frontal Impact takes place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.

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403. Top 10+ Worst Crash Tests
alternative title: Actual Proof of Why GM Chevy Sucks! - Part 18 Top 21 Worst Crash Tests Top 10 Worst Crash Tests World's Worst Crash Tests The Planet's Worst Crash Tests Worst Crash Tests Ever Worst Crash Tests on the Planet Worst Crash Tests in the World Worst Crash Tests in the Whole World Worst Crash Tests in the Whole Wide World Most Unsafe Cars Most Dangerous Cars World's Worst Cars Fatalities Highest Death Rate Cars Cars with Highest Death Rate music: none open sources used © 00crashtest In order to have a fair comparison, only frontal offset tests, also called moderate overlap tests, that are done specifically at 40 miles per hour into a deformable barrier with a 40 % overlap are used. Despite the name of this video, this actually shows the worst performing cars in the crash tests, rather than the methodologies of the system. This is done to make the title concise and to reduce confusion. 21. Chevrolet Cavalier (1995-2005) Chevy Cavalier (1995-2005) Pontiac Sunfire (1995-2005) Toyota Cavalier (1996-2000) source: IIHS via CR 20. Fiat Punto (1994-1999) Fiat 176 source: Euro NCAP 19. Kia Sephia (1997-2004) Kia Mentor (1997-2004) Kia Shuma (1997-2004) Kia Spectra (1997-2004) source: IIHS via Dateline NBC 18. Chevrolet Astro (1995-2005) Chevy Astro (1995-2005) GMC Safari (1995-2005) source: IIHS 17. Daewoo Leganza (1997-2002) Doninvest Kondor (1999-2000) Daewoo V100 source: IIHS via Dateline NBC, ANCAP 16. Citroën Saxo (1996-2003) Peugeot 106 (1996-2003) Citroën Chanson (1996-2003) source: Euro NCAP 15. Saab 900 (1994-1998) Saab NG Saab NG900 General Motors 900 GM 900 source: IIHS, Euro NCAP 14. Mazda BT-50 (2007-2011) Ford Ranger (2007-2011) (non-US) Mazda J97M source: Euro NCAP, ANCAP 13. Brilliance BS6 (2001-2007) Zhonghua Zunchi (2001-2007) Brilliance Zhonghua (2001-2007) Brilliance M1 (2001-2007) Brilliance Galena (2001-2007) Huachen Zunchi (2001-2007) source: ADAC 12. Ford F-150 (1997-2003) Ford F-150 (2004) (non-US) Ford F-150 Heritage (2004) Ford Lobo (2004-2010) Lincoln Blackwood (2002-2003) Ford F-250 (199?-201?) (Mexico) source: IIHS 11. Pontiac Trans Sport (1997-1999) Pontiac Montana (1999-2004) Buick GL8 (2000-2010) Buick GL8 FirstLand (2011-2017) Buick GL8 Business Edition (20??-20??) Chevrolet Venture (1997-2005) Chevy Venture (1997-2005) Oldsmobile Silhouette (1997-2004) Chevrolet Trans Sport (1997-2004) Chevy Trans Sport (1997-2004) Opel Sintra (1997-2000) Vauxhall Sintra (1997-2000) GM GMT200 General Motors GMT200 source: IIHS, Euro NCAP 10. Ford Sierra (1986-1991) Merkur XR4Ti (1986-1989) Ford P100 (1988-1993) source: TRL 9. Jiangling Landwind X6 (2005-20??) JMC Landwind X6 (2005-20??) Landwind X6 (2005-20??) Jiangling Baowei (2005-20??) JMC Baowei (2005-20??) Jiangling Landwind X-Pedition (2007-20??) Landwind X-Pedition (2007-20??) source: ADAC 8. Geely CK (2006-2016) Geely Otaka (2007-2008) Geely Echo (2006-2016) Gleagle CK (2006-2016) source: ARCAP, Latin NCAP 7. Austin Metro (1981-1990) Austin Mini Metro (1981-1990) Rover Metro (1981-1994) MG Metro (1983-1990) Morris Metro (1981-1990) Morris Metro Van (1981-1990) Rover 100 (1991-1998) source: Euro NCAP 6. Ford Courier (1999-2006) Mazda Bravo (1999-2006) Mazda Fighter (1999-2006) Mazda Proceed (1999-2006) Ford Ranger (1999-2006) (non-US) Mazda UN source: ANCAP 5. Fiat Seicento (1998-2006) Fiat 600 (2005-2010) source: Euro NCAP 4. Proton Saga (1986-1992) Proton 1.3 (1990-1992) Proton 1.5 (1990-1992) Proton 12-Valve (1991-1992) source: ASEAN NCAP 3. Proton Arena (2002-2010) Proton Jumbuck (2002-2010) source: ANCAP 2. Chery A15 (2003-2010) Chery Amulet (2003-2010) Chery Flagcloud (2003-2010) Chery Qiyun (2003-2010) Chery Viana (2003-2010) Vortex Corda (2003-2010) source: Авторевю ...and finally... Last but not least, the... 1. Nissan Sentra (1991-1994) Nissan Sunny (1991-1994) Nissan V16 (1992-2017) Nissan Tsuru (1992-2017) Nissan Sentra B13 (1995-2017) Nissan Sentra Clásico (1995-2017) Nissan Sentra Genesis (1991-2017) Nissan B13 source: Latin NCAP Drive safely and have a nice day! ☺ Don't forget to subscribe and turn on notifications for the latest updates! postscript: It is appalling how 4 of the 21 vehicles in this video are General Motors (GM) vehicles! It seems obvious that GM did not care about safety. It should also be noted that all of those cars were released after the proposal of the frontal offset crash test.





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2017 Mercedes E-Class Crash Test - Better than 5 Stars
2017 Mercedes E-Class Crash Test - Better than five stars The E-Class's occupant safety, child safety, pedestrian protection and assistance systems have been awarded a five-star Euro NCAP rating. The Saloon was a particularly deserving recipient of this top rating since in the crash tests in all four categories it significantly outperformed the standard required by Euro NCAP in order to attain the top score of five stars. Category Result E-Class Five-star cut-off Occupant safety 95% 80% Child safety 90% 75% Pedestrian protection 77% 60% Assistance systems 62% 50% The E-Class Saloon also achieved two Euro NCAP "Advanced" awards for PRE‑SAFE® and ATTENTION ASSIST – both awards go beyond the star rating and underline particular safety innovations. The E-Class Saloon owes these impressive results primarily to the combination of its high-strength passenger safety cell with highly effective restraint systems and the large number of driver assistance systems on board. Active Brake Assist, for example, is a standard feature. It is able to warn the driver of impending collisions, provide support with emergency braking and, if necessary, apply the brakes autonomously. Likewise included as standard are ATTENTION ASSIST with adjustable sensitivity, which can warn the driver of inattentiveness and drowsiness, and Crosswind Assist. Other driver assistance systems are available as an option, including DRIVE PILOT, which marks a further milestone on the road to automated driving, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist and Traffic Sign Assist with wrong-way warning function. Some of these optional systems, however, have not yet been taken into consideration in the Euro NCAP assessment. Active and passive safety are intelligently combined with the PRE-SAFE® system, which is able to recognise critical situations on the road and, where there is the threat of an accident, trigger preventive measures to protect the occupants. PRE‑SAFE® Impulse Side is available as an option for the E-Class for the first time. If it detects the immediate threat of a lateral collision, this new subsystem is able to move the driver or front passenger away from the danger zone as a preventive measure, effectively creating a virtual crumple zone for the side of the vehicle. Another new feature is the standard PRE-SAFE® Sound system. Immediately before a collision it can trigger a natural protective reflex in the ear, preparing the occupants for the noise of the accident in order to reduce potential damage to their hearing. Mercedes-Benz takes the protection of more vulnerable road users such as children very seriously. This also applies to pedestrians and cyclists. The E-Class Saloon features an active bonnet which can be raised 80 millimetres during an impact to provide additional deformation space. In addition Active Brake Assist is not only able to recognise slow-moving, stopping or stationary vehicles but also pedestrians crossing in the danger zone in front of the vehicle and can brake autonomously to prevent a collision with a pedestrian. With features such as these, the E-Class's impressive pedestrian protection standards far exceed statutory requirements. The E-Class Saloon's success in the Euro NCAP rating is the result of Mercedes‑Benz's holistic safety philosophy. Instead of focusing solely on rating requirements, the company uses findings from its own accident research to develop internal test standards and test criteria that go beyond what is required by law.




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