At the ASEAN NCAP, the MG ZS petrol received a full 5-star safety ranking. The ASEAN NCAP is a Southeast Asian Countries New Car Evaluation Program, which crash tests and reports vehicles to enhance vehicle safety standards and increase consumer awareness, contributing to the implementation of safer cars on the roads. MG ZS petrol has been tested on vehicles produced in Thailand and the results are applicable for both the Thai and Vietnamese markets.
In the Adult Occupant Safety department, in the frontal impact test, the MG ZS achieved good protection for the occupants with marginal and adequate protection provided to the front passengers’ chest area. In the frontal offset test, the car also stayed stable. The side impact test demonstrates good protection for the head and neck as well as the area of the torso. Results of the side impact test are based on the Fitment Rating System (FRS).
the MG ZS scored a total of 40.96 points in the Child Occupant Safety department, including the dynamic, vehicle-based fitment test. Britax Baby-Safe Plus ISOFIX for the 18-month-old baby dummy and Britax Duo Plus for the 3-year-old baby dummy. For Safety Assistance systems, the MG ZS also scored 11 points. The driver and front passenger were fitted with safety features such as driver and passenger airbags, pretensioner and load limiter.As an optional extra, the MG ZS is also offered with curtain airbags and side airbags.
This year, the British brand aims to introduce MG ZS petrol in the domestic market. The MG ZS petrol is heavily inspired by the electric car MG ZS EV, which is already on the Indian market for sale. The company is continuing to test the MG ZS on public roads in India and the test mule was spotted on more than one occasion. MG is also expected to launch the ZS petrol in Indian in the first quarter of 2021.
MG ZS Petrol Safety Rating
- MG ZS SUV scores an impressive 5 star safety rating
- The SUV secured 44.82 points for adult occupant protection and 20.92 point for child occupant safety
- The ZS petrol is expected to launch in India in the first quarter of 2021
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