Tata delivers five star twins — Global NCAP | #childsafety | #kids | #chldern | #parents | #schoolsafey

The Safari and Harrier are based on the same vehicle platform, however the Safari offers a maximum capacity of seven passengers with the Harrier offering a maximum capacity of five. Both models are equipped with six airbags and ESC as standard.

The Tata Safari and Tata Harrier achieved a top star rating for adult and child occupants showing a stable structure and robust restraint systems strategy which offered good protection in our tests.

Both models showed full protection for child occupants in the dynamic tests. Both are fitted with ISOFIX anchorages, and a passenger airbag disabling switch, making them very versatile for transporting child occupants. The Safari and Harrier also meet requirements of UN127 and GTR9 for pedestrian protection as standard.

The models also comply with Global NCAP’s ESC requirements, with seatbelt reminders in all seating positions and offer optional ADAS technologies.

Alejandro Furas, Global NCAP Secretary General said,

“Global NCAP congratulates Tata on the five star twin model rating for the Safari and Harrier. This very strong result, the top adult and child safety score in our testing to date, confirms the manufacturer’s strong commitment to developing safer vehicles which we warmly welcome and applaud.”

David Ward, President of the Towards Zero Foundation said,

“It is very satisfying to see Tata’s continuing commitment to high levels of safety performance. The top scoring result for the Safari and Harrier demonstrates an encouraging safety trend that we are confident will continue across the Indian automotive industry as Global NCAP’s testing transitions to the work of Bharat NCAP.”

Tata Safari / Harrier (6 airbags standard)
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Note to Editors

Tata Safari and Tata Harrier were tested in compliance with 2022 assessment protocols and as voluntary tests.

Safer Cars For India Campaign

The #SaferCarsForIndia campaign was launched by Global NCAP in 2014 with the objective of promoting safer vehicles in the country. Between 2014 and 2023 Global NCAP has completed more than sixty safety assessments which have acted as an important catalyst in the safety improvement of Indian cars.

Global NCAP is a major programme of the Towards Zero Foundation, a UK based charity working internationally in support of the new UN Decade of Action for Road Safety, with a goal of halving road deaths and serious injuries by 2030. 


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