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Safest Cars in India with Global NCAP Rating

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Over the past few years, the quest for safer vehicles has become paramount for both discerning Indian consumers and conscientious automakers. This shift is not based on mere whim but in response to growing awareness about the importance of safety on roads. Under the #SaferCarsForIndia campaign, Global NCAP rigorously crash-tests vehicles on sale in India. The outcome is a set of safety ratings that enable consumers to make informed choices when it comes to purchasing a new vehicle – because when it comes to safeguarding lives on the road, there is no room for compromise. With that being said, here are the top 15 safest cars in India you should definitely consider before buying a new car in 2023.

Safest Cars In India

ModelGNCAP Rating – Adult Occupant score (Maximum 17 points)GNCAP Rating – Child Occupant score (Maximum 49 points)Starting Price (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)Ex-showroom price
Tata Harrier/ Tata Safari5 Stars (33.05/34)5 Star (45/47)₹15.49 lakh
Volkswagen Virtus/Skoda Slavia5 Stars (29.71/ 34 points)*5 Stars (42.00)₹11.47 lakh/ ₹10.89 lakh 
Skoda Kushaq/Volkswagen Taigun5 Stars (29.64/ 34 points)*5 Stars (42.00)₹10.89 lakh/  ₹11.62 lakh 
Mahindra Scorpio N5 Stars (29.25/ 34 points)*3 Stars (28.93)₹13.27 lakh
Hyundai Verna5 Stars (28.18/34)5 Stars (42)₹10.96 lakh
Tata Punch5 Stars (16.45)4 Stars (40.89)₹5.99 lakh
Mahindra XUV3005 Stars (16.42)4 Stars (41.66)₹7.99 lakh
Tata Altroz5 Stars (16.13)3 Stars (29.00)₹6.60 lakh
Tata Nexon5 Stars (16.06)3 Stars (25.00)₹8.10 lakh
Mahindra XUV7005 Stars (16.03)4 Stars (41.66)₹16.51 lakh
Honda Jazz4 Stars (13.89)3 Stars (31.54)Discontinued
Toyota Urban Cruiser4 Stars (13.52)3 Stars (36.68)Discontinued
Mahindra Marazzo4 Stars (12.85)2 Stars (22.22)₹14.10 lakh
Mahindra Thar4 Stars (12.52)4 Stars (41.11)₹10.98 lakh
Tata Tiago/Tigor 4 Stars (ICE – 12.52/EV – 12)3 Stars (34.15)₹5.60 lakh/ ₹6.30 lakh
*Cars tested under the new test protocol with a maximum of 34 points for AOP (Adult Occupant Protection)

1. Tata Harrier/ Safari

Tata Harrier

Starting Price: ₹15.49 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Star

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The new Tata Harrier and Safari made headlines not just with their updated packages but by also scoring the highest ratings in the GNCAP crash tests. With an adult occupant protection score of 33.05, the Harrier and Safari became the safest cars in India and are offered with a long list of features including ADAS, six airbags as standard, and more.

 Tata Harrier
Engine2.0L Kryotec Turbo Diesel
Maximum Power167 bhp
Peak Torque350 Nm
Transmission6-Speed MT, 6-Speed AT
Fuel Efficiency16.35 km/l (D MT), 14.6 km/l (D AT)
Fuel Tank50L

Key features:

Panoramic Sunroof
Ventilated seats, electronic parking brake
26.03cm Harman Touchscreen infotainment system with 9-speaker JBL system
17.78cm digital instrument console
IRA Connected Car Tech

What’s Good:

  • Premium and feature-rich cabin
  • Attractive and bold exterior styling
  • Performance and handling dynamics

What’s Not Good:

  • No petrol engine, no AWD
  • Laggy infotainment screen
  • Not so great fit-finish levels

Check out our collection of Used Tata Harrier Cars in India

2. Volkswagen Virtus/Skoda Slavia

skoda-slavia

Starting Price: ₹11.47 lakh/ ₹10.89 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The new VW Virtus and Skoda Slavia are currently positioned as one of the most powerful and fun-to-drive sedans under ₹20 lakh in India and are underpinned by the latest MQB A0 IN platform. Both cars scored a GNCAP rating of 5 stars and are currently regarded as one of the safest cars in India.  

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars29.71/34
Child5 Stars42/49
 Volkswagen Virtus/ Skoda Slavia
Engine1.0L TSI, 1.5L TSI
Maximum Power114 bhp, 147 bhp
Peak Torque178 Nm, 250 Nm
Transmission6-Speed MT, 6-Speed AT, 7-Speed DSG
Fuel Efficiency18.45-20.08 km/l
Fuel Tank45L

Key Features:

Full LED headlamps with LED DRLs
Electric Sunroof
Ventilated Front Seats
Connected Car Tech
Infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

What’s Good:

  • Lucrative performance and sorted dynamics
  • Elegant styling and solid build quality
  • Practical, feature-rich and comfortable cabin

What’s Not Good:

  • No diesel engine options
  • Interiors may not feel as solid as previous VW cars
  • Not so great after-sales support

Check out our collection of Used Volkswagen Virtus Cars in India

3. Skoda Kushaq/ Volkswagen Taigun

Skoda Kushaq

Starting Price: ₹10.89 lakh/  ₹11.62 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

Launched to challenge rivals like the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder and the Maruti Grand Vitara in India, the new Kushaq and Tiagun are a great choice for those looking for a well-built and safe SUV in 2023. With two turbo petrol engine options, both SUVs not only deliver strong performance, but are also loved for their looks and features. Having said this, the Kushaq and the Taigun scored a GNCAP rating of five stars and were among the first cars to be tested under the updated GNCAP testing standards.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars29.64/34
Child5 Stars42/47
 Skoda Kushaq/ Volkswagen Taigun
Engine1.0L TSI, 1.5L TSI
Maximum Power114 bhp, 147 bhp
Peak Torque178 Nm, 250 Nm
Transmission6-Speed MT, 6-Speed AT, 7-Speed DSG
Fuel Mileage17.88-20.08 km/l
Fuel Tank45L

Key Features:

LED Headlights
Connected car tech
Touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Push Button Start/Stop
Machine-cut alloy wheels

What’s Good:

  • Strong build quality and fit-finish levels
  • Powerful engine options
  • Premium and feature-rich cabin

What’s Not Good:

  • No diesel engine options
  • Average after-sales support

Check Out Our Collection Of Used Skoda Kushaq Cars In India

4. Mahindra Scorpio N

Mahindra Scorpio N

Starting Price: ₹13.27 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Mahindra Scorpio N made its debut last year and is appreciated for its bold looks and capable powertrain options. Unlike the previous iteration of the SUV, the new Scorpio N scored a 5-star GNCAP safety rating with the body shell being rated as stable.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars29.25/34
Child3 Stars28.93/47
 Mahindra Scorpio N
Engine2.0L TGDi Petrol, 2.2L CRDi Diesel
Maximum Power200 bhp (Petrol), 130 bhp (Diesel), 172 bhp (Diesel)
Peak Torque370 Nm (P MT), 380 Nm (P AT), 300 Nm (D MT), 370 Nm (D MT), 400 Nm (D AT)
Transmission6-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Automatic
Fuel Efficiency14.44 km/l (D)
Fuel Tank57L

Mahindra Scorpio N Key features:

6-way driver power adjust
Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
Wireless charging pad and Wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
AdrenoX and intelligent cockpit technology with 70+ connected car features
4XPLOR Terrain mode – Normal, Snow, Mud, or Sand

What’s Good:

  • Commanding road presence and muscular styling
  • Practical and feature-rich cabin
  • Robust ladder-on-frame construction

What’s Not Good:

  • Poor distribution of features
  • Not so great fuel economy
  • 6-seater configuration available only in top-spec variant

Check out our collection of Used Mahindra Cars in India

5. Hyundai Verna

Hyundai Verna

Starting Price: ₹10.96 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Unstable

With the launch of the new Hyundai Verna, buyers now have a sedan that not only impresses in terms of overall performance but is was already loved for its comfortable interiors and a long features list. The Verna recently became the first and only Hyundai car in India to score a perfect 5-star rating in the GNCAP crash tests. The Hyundai Verna is currently one of the strongest rivals to cars like the VW Virtus and the Skoda Slavia.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars28.18/34
Child5 Stars42/47
 Hyundai Verna
Engine1.5L NA MPi Petrol, 1.5L TGDi Turbo Petrol
Maximum Power113 bhp, 157 bhp
Peak Torque143.8 Nm, 253 Nm
Transmission6-Speed MT, IVT, 7-Speed DCT
Fuel Efficiency18.60-20.60 km/l
Fuel Tank45L

Hyundai Verna Key features:  

Front seat ventilation and heating
Smart Trunk
10.25 inch Infotainment system with navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Ambient Sounds Of Nature
Home To Car Connectivity with Alexa

What’s Good:

  • Well-rounded product
  • Premium and spacious cabin
  • Dependable after-sales support and up to seven years extended warranty

What’s Not Good:

  • No diesel or hybrid powertrain options
  • Everyone may not like the new design language
  • Missing features like 360-degree camera, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, auto wipers, etc.

Check Out Our Collection Of Used Hyundai Verna Cars In India

6. Tata Punch

Tata Punch

Starting Price: ₹5.99 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Tata Punch, like most other Tata cars in the country, scored an impressive 5-star rating in the GNCAP crash tests and is currently positioned as one of the most capable and well-built micro-SUVs in India. The car shares its underpinnings with the Tata Altroz and is offered with a petrol and CNG powertrain option. 

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars16.45/17
Child5 Stars40.80/47
 Tata Punch
Engine1.2L Revotron Engine, 1.2L Revotron CNG Engine
Maximum Power86.5 bhp (Petrol)72.4 bhp (CNG)
Peak Torque115 Nm (1.2L P)103 Nm (1.2L CNG)
Transmission5-Speed Manual (Petrol and CNG)5-Speed AMT (Petrol)
Fuel Mileage18.8 km/l-20.09 km/l
Fuel Tank37L (Petrol)60L (CNG)

Key Features:

Projector headlights
Automatic climate control
Power operated ORVMs
Digital instrument console
Central locking

What’s Good:

  • Strong road presence and high ground clearance
  • Comfortable and spacious cabin
  • Capable powertrain options

What’s Not Good:

  • No turbo petrol engine for enthusiasts
  • Average fit and finish
  • After-sales support is a concern

Check out our collection of Used Tata Punch Cars in India

7. Mahindra XUV300

Mahindra XUV300

Starting Price: ₹7.99 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Mahindra XUV300 is currently one of the most affordable Mahindra SUVs in India and became one of the first made-in-India cars to score a 5-star rating in the GNCAP crash tests. Offered with petrol and diesel engine options, the XUV300 is one of the strongest rivals to the Tata Nexon and the Maruti Brezza in India.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars16.42/17
Child4 Stars41.66/47
 Mahindra XUV300
Engine1.2L Turbo Petrol, 1.2L TGDi Turbo Petrol, 1.5L CRDI Diesel
Maximum Power108 bhp(1.2L Pl)129 bhp (1.2L GDi)115 bhp (Diesel)
Peak Torque200 Nm (1.2L P)Up to 250 Nm (1.2L GDi)300 Nm (1.5L D)
Transmission6-Speed MT, AMT
Fuel Mileage16.82-20 km/l
Fuel Tank42L

Key Features:

Dual-Zone climate control
Steering modes
Seat belt reminders for all occupants
LED Tail lights
Sunroof

What’s Good:

  • Solid build quality
  • Powerful turbo petrol engines for the enthusiasts
  • Fuel efficient diesel engine

What’s Not Good:

  • Dated looks and basic interiors
  • Poor boot space
  • After-sales support is not the best

Check out our collection of Used Mahindra XUV300 Cars in India

8. Tata Altroz

Tata Altroz

Starting Price: ₹6.60 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Star

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

Decent exterior styling, premium and well put together interiors, and practical engine options help the Tata Altroz take on rivals like the Hyundai i20 and Maruti Baleno. Unlike most of its rivals, the Tata Altroz also impressed with its safety levels and scored a GNCAP safety rating of 5/5 stars with the bodyshell being rated as stable.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Star16.13/17
Child3 Stars29/47
 Tata Altroz
Engine1.2L Revotron Engine, 1.2L i-Turbo, 1.5L Revotorq Diesel, 1.2L Revotron CNG Engine
Maximum Power86.5 bhp (Petrol)108.4 bhp (i-Turbo)88.7 bhp (Diesel)72.4 bhp (CNG)
Peak Torque115 Nm (1.2L P)140 Nm (i-Turbo)200 Nm (Diesel)103 Nm (1.2L CNG)
Transmission5-Speed Manual6-Speed DCA (i-Turbo)
Fuel Mileage18.5-23.64 km/l
Fuel Tank37L (Petrol)60L (CNG)

Key Features:

Projector lights
Sunroof
Automatic climate control
Connected car tech
Voice commands

What’s Good:

  • Aggressive and dominating road presence
  • Elegant dashboard layout
  • Multiple engine options including diesel

What’s Not Good:

  • Fit and finish levels are average
  • Low ground clearance
  • Refinements level could have been better

Check out our collection of Used Tata Altroz Cars in India

9. Tata Nexon

Tata Nexon EV Max

Starting Price: ₹8.1 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Tata Nexon continues to dominate the segment and is often regarded as one of the most successful Tata products in India. For those looking for a fresh product, the Nexon recently underwent a major facelift with new features and a fresher identity. With a GNCAP rating of five stars, the Nexon is currently one of the safest SUVs in India and takes on rivals like the Brezza, Venue, Sonet, and XUV300 in the market.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars16.06/17
Child3 Stars25/47
 Tata Nexon
Engine1.2L Turbo Revotron, 1.5L Turbo Revotorq Diesel
Maximum Power118 bhp, 113 bhp
Peak Torque170 Nm, 260 Nm
Transmission5-Speed Manual, 5-Speed AMT
Fuel Efficiency17.05-24.07 km/l
Fuel Tank44L

Key Features:

Ventilated front seats and rear AC vents
Floating 17.78cm Infotainment System with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Air purifier
iRA Connected Car Tech with what3words navigation and navigation services
Multi Drive modes – Eco, City, Sport

What’s Good:

  • Powerful and fuel-efficient powertrain options
  • Comfortable and feature-rich cabin
  • Build quality and 5-Star GNCAP safety rating

What’s Not Good:

  • AMT is slow and jerky
  • Fit-finish levels could be better
  • Confusing variant line-up and missing features

Check out our collection of Used Tata Nexon Cars in India

10. Mahindra XUV700

Mahindra XUV700

Starting Price: ₹16.51 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 5 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Mahindra XUV700 made its debut in 2021 and has been a hot seller for the brand ever since. Capable powertrain options, feature-rich cabin, multiple advanced safety features ADAS, and stellar looks are a few of the highlights of this SUV. The XUV700 also became the first SUV in its class to be offered with ADAS safety tech and scored a GNCAP rating of five stars. 

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult5 Stars16.03/17
Child4 Stars41.66/47
 Mahindra XUV700
Engine2.0L TGDi Petrol, 2.2L CRDi Diesel
Maximum Power197 bhp (Petrol), 152 bhp (Diesel), 182 bhp (Diesel)
Peak Torque380 Nm (Petrol), 360 Nm (Diesel), 420 Nm (Diesel MT), 450 Nm (Diesel AT)
Transmission6-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Automatic
Fuel EfficiencyNA
Fuel Tank60L

Key features:

10.25 inch fully digital instrument console
ADRENOX Infotainment system
Powered front seats with memory function
Alexa voice assistant
Panoramic sunroof

What’s good:

  • Feature-rich and premium cabin
  • Strong road presence
  • Power-packed performance

What’s Not Good:

  • Cramped third-row seating and limited boot space
  • After-sales support is a hit or miss
  • Poor fuel economy

Check out our collection of Used Mahindra Cars in India

11. Honda Jazz

Honda Jazz

Used Car Starting Price: ₹1.84 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 4 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

Positioned between the Honda City and the Honda Amaze, the Honda Jazz was loved for its practicality and sophistication. The car locked horns with the Hyundai i20 and the Maruti Baleno in the Indian market while also giving a tough challenge to the likes of the VW Polo and the Tata Altroz. With a GNCAP safety rating of four stars, the Jazz was the safest premium hatchback after the Altroz.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult4 Stars13.89/17
Child3 Stars31.54/47
 Honda Jazz
Engine1.2L i-VTEC
Maximum Power88 bhp
Peak Torque110 Nm
Transmission5-Speed Manual, CVT
Fuel Mileage16.6-17.1 km/l
Fuel Tank40L

Key Honda Jazz Features:

Electric Sunroof with one-touch operation
Advanced LED headlights
Machine-cut alloy wheels
Advanced multi-information combination meter
Eco Assist

What’s Good:

  • Comfortable and spacious interiors
  • Commendable after-sales support
  • Refined petrol engine

What’s Not Good:

  • Mediocre performance
  • No turbo petrol or diesel engine option

Check out our collection of Used honda Jazz Cars in India

12. Toyota Urban Cruiser

Toyota Urban Cruiser

Starting Price: NA

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 4 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

Introduced as a rebadged version of the Brezza in India, the Toyota Urban Cruiser was one of the first rebadged products in Toyota’s portfolio launched as part of the brand’s JV with Maruti Suzuki India. The Urban Cruiser gained popularity in the country with its no-nonsense package and supreme long-term reliability. With this being said, it is worth noting that the new Toyota Urban Cruiser scored a GNCAP safety rating of 4/5 stars.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult4 Stars13.52/17
Child3 Stars31.54/47
 Toyota Urban Cruiser
Engine1.5L K15 Petrol
Maximum Power102 bhp
Peak Torque138 Nm
Transmission5-Speed Manual/ 4-Speed AT
Fuel Mileage17.03-18.76 km/l
Fuel Tank48L

Key Features:

Dual function LED headlights
Smart Playcast touchscreen infotainment system
Voice commands
Cruise control
Remote keyless entry

What’s Good:

  • Reliable and robust mechanical setup
  • Well-tuned suspension setup
  • Tried and tested petrol motor

What’s Not Good:

  • No diesel or turbo petrol engine
  • Missing features

Check out our collection of Used Toyota Urban Cruiser Cars in India

13. Mahindra Marazzo

Mahindra Marazzo

Starting Price: ₹14.10 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 4 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Mahindra Marazzo made its debut as an affordable and practical MPV and was appreciated by the users for its phenomenal in-cabin comfort and reliable engine option. With a GNCAP safety rating of four stars, the Mahindra Marazzo is a great choice for those looking for a fuel-efficient and safe family mover.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult4 Stars12.85/17
Child2 Stars22.22/47
 Mahindra Marazzo
Engine1.5L Diesel
Maximum Power120 bhp
Peak Torque300 Nm
Transmission6-Speed MT
Fuel Mileage17.3 km/l
Fuel Tank45L

Key Features:

17.78 cm touchscreen infotainment system
FATC with surround cool tech
Rear view camera with adaptive guidelines
Fog lamps with cornering lamps
Turn by turn navigation in cluster

What’s Good:

  • Comfortable and practical cabin
  • Refined diesel engine
  • Comfortable ride quality

What’s Not Good:

  • Not so impressive looks
  • Fit-finish levels are not the best

Check Out Our Collection Of Used Mahindra Marazzo Cars In India

14. Mahindra Thar

Mahindra thar

Starting Price: ₹10.98 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 4 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

With a GNCAP rating of 4 stars, the Mahindra Thar is for those looking for a practical off-roader and competes against the Maruti Jimny and Force Gurkha. Under the hood, the Thar is offered with either a petrol or  diesel engine while two transmission options – 6-Speed MT and 6-Speed AT – are available with both engines.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult4 Stars12.52/17
Child4 Stars41.11/47
 Mahindra Thar
Engine2.0L TGDi Petrol, 1.5L CRDe Diesel, 2.2L CRDi Diesel
Maximum Power150 bhp (Petrol), 117 bhp (Diesel), 130 bhp (Diesel)
Peak Torque300 Nm (P MT), 320 Nm (P AT), 300 Nm (D)
Transmission6-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Automatic
Fuel Efficiency15.2 km/l
Fuel Tank57L

Key Features:

17.8 cm Touchscreen infotainment system
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
26.03cm Harman Touchscreen infotainment system with 9-speaker JBL system
BlueSense App Connectivity
Remote Keyless Entry and Tool Kit Organiser

What’s Good:

  • Capable and rugged 4X4 hardware
  • Smooth and powerful engine options
  • Handsome styling and strong character

What’s Not Good:

  • Bumpy ride quality and poor high speed dynamics
  • Limited boot space
  • Missing features, even on the top-spec variants

Check Out Our Collection Of Used Mahindra Thar Cars In India

15. Tata Tiago/ Tata Tigor

Tata Tigor

Starting Price: ₹5.60 lakh/ ₹6.30 lakh

GNCAP Safety Crash Ratings: 4 Stars

Bodyshell Integrity: Stable

The Tata Tiago is the cheapest Tata car in India in 2023 and is regarded as one of the safest hatchbacks in the country. The Tiago and Tigor scored a GNCAP rating of 4/5 stars and are offered with two engine options – 1.2L Revotron petrol and 1.2L CNG engine. While the Tiago takes on rivals like the Swift, the Tigor competes with other compact sedans like the Honda Amaze, Maruti Dzire and the Hyundai Aura in India.

Occupant GNCAP Safety RatingProtection Score
Adult4 Stars12.52/17
Child3 Stars34.15/47
 Tata Tiago/Tigor
Engine1.2L Revotron
Maximum Power84.8 bhp (Petrol), 72.3 bhp (CNG)
Peak Torque113 Nm (Petrol), 95 Nm (CNG)
Transmission5-Speed Manual, 5-Speed AMT
Fuel Efficiency20.01 km/l (P MT), 19.43 km/l (P AT); 26.49 km/kg (CNG)
Fuel Tank35L (Petrol), 60L (CNG)

Key Features:

Projector Headlamps
DIS Display 6.35 cm with digital clock, gear shift display, trip metre, tachometer, distance to empty
17.78cm Harman Infotainment System with 8-speaker audio system
Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
Cooled Glove Box

What’s Good:

  • Excellent build quality and GNCAP safety ratings
  • Spacious and comfortable cabin
  • Sorted dynamics and high-speed stability

What’s Not Good:

  • Unreliable after-sales support
  • Jerky AMT gearbox

Check Out Our Collection Of Used Tata Tiago Cars In India

Final Verdict

The quest for safer vehicles in India has seen a significant shift in recent years, as both consumers and automakers prioritise safety on the nation’s roads. Thanks to Global NCAP’s #SaferCarsForIndia campaign, prospective car buyers can now make informed choices based on rigorous crash test ratings. Safety is paramount, and we firmly believe there’s no room for compromise. From the Tata Harrier and Safari to the Volkswagen Virtus and Skoda Slavia, these cars not only promise secure journeys but also come equipped with various features to cater to the modern driver. In a world where safety is paramount, these cars not only promise secure journeys but also offer a range of features to cater to modern drivers. So, as you embark on your car-buying journey in 2023, remember that safety is a non-negotiable priority.

FAQs

Q. What is the safest car in India?

The Tata Harrier and the Tata Safari are currently the safest cars in India.

Q. Which car has 1 safety rating?

Cars like the Maruti Swift and the WagonR scored a one-star safety rating.

Q. Which car is safest for accidents?

The Tata Harrier, Tata Safari, VW Virtus, Skoda Slavia, Mahindra Scorpio N, Tata Nexon, Tata Punch, etc. are a few of the cars which should keep occupants safe in the event of an accident.

Q. What cars have a 5-star safety rating?

The Tata Harrier, Tata Safari, Tata Nexon, Tata Altroz, Tata Punch, Hyundai Verna, VW Virtus, Skoda Slavia, VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, Mahindra XUV700, Mahindra XUV300, Mahindra Scorpio N, etc. have a five-star GNCAP rating.