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Toyota C-HR Safety: 5 Stars

The New Toyota C-HR has achieved the maximum 5 star safety rating in the increasingly stringent Euro NCAP crash tests.


Thanks to the inclusion of Toyota Safety Sense technologies as standard, C-HR’s active safety features were rated as very good, and the automatic emergency braking system avoided collisions at all test speeds and scored maximum points at low, urban traffic speeds.


C-HR Ncap


Toyota Safety sense includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian recognition, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert with steering control, road sign assist and automatic high beam.


Protection in the event of an accident for both adult and child occupants is rated as excellent, and C-HR scored maximum points in the side pole impact test and the side barrier test. This is largely because of the fantastically strong TNGA platform on which the C-HR is built, as well as the use of high-strength steel in the body, which is designed to absorb and channel the force of the impact away from the cabin when the occupants are sat.


new 2016 toyota c-hr (3)


Vice President of Sales for Toyota Motor Europe, Karl, Schlicht was understandably satisfied with the results:


“These very good safety results, particularly in active safety, show that the Toyota C-HR has much more to offer than an outstanding style. Our aim was to make C-HR dynamically fun and safe to drive.


“Safety is and will remain very important in our product development. Toyota Safety Sense is a major step towards safer cars and it is now rolled-out to our entire line-up, including being made standard on the new 2017 Yaris.”


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