Some basic tips for purchasing a new car – Global Ncap
Cars are no longer just a luxury item for people. Today’s car buyers are paying attention to the look and features of the car as well as how safe the journey will be in that car. This is probably also because now people are traveling long distances with their family in their own car. That’s why car buyers are paying attention to the speed or mileage as well as the safety rating of the car. After becoming aware of the customers, all the automobile companies of the country have also started paying attention to the safety of the cars.
If you are looking to buy a car, then along with luxury and looks, knowing its safety rating is also important for a safe journey.
These features are important for security
In terms of safety features in the car, dual air bags, anti-lock braking system with EVD, structural strength of the car, electronic stability program, three-point seat belts, reverse parking sensor camera are considered important. These are essential features for a safe car. Along with this, it is also important to know the safety rating of the car. The safety rating of the current cars is from the Global Ncap (new car assessment programme). According to the rating, the safest budget cars in the country are from Tata, Mahindra and Skoda. The name of Skoda Kushaq comes at the top of the country’s safest cars. Skoda is followed by Tata Punch, Mahindra XUV300, Tata Ultraz and Tata Nexon.
What is Global Ncap
The full name of Global Ncap is Global New Car Assessment Program. It was established in 2011 as an international platform. Global NCAP is an organization that conducts safety tests of cars manufactured around the world. This organization has set some standards, based on which it gives safety rating to cars by crash testing them.
India Ncap is coming
After the introduction of Global Ncap in 2011, Australian and Asian NCAP ratings have also been established in today’s time. Soon the system of India NCAP rating will start in the country. Terms and conditions for India NCAP rating will also be decided on the lines of Global NCAP crash test protocols. In such a situation, the self-reliance of the Indian vehicle industry for safety rating will also increase.