All Mazda vehicles have always been characterized by being very safe, and obviously the new MX-30 It was not going to be the exception, a model that did very well in the tests recently carried out by the Euro NCAP.
This model that was presented as the first 100% electric vehicleor the company, and that later it was announced that in the future it would also carry gasoline engines, it came out very well in the tests security to which he was subjected.
Mazda MX-30 had a 91% rating in adult protection, 87% in childcare, 68% in pedestrian safety and 73% in assistance systems.
The first evaluation takes as a reference different factors that include frontal impacts, side impacts, rear impacts, and rescue and removal of occupants. The results were favorable It obtained 14.9 / 16 points, 16/16, 3.8 / 4 and 0/2, respectively in each one.
The company dedicated to the assessment of safety in vehicles highlighted that the Mazda member, which is equipped with a central air bag (in addition to others) that protects passengers in the front row, from hitting their heads in the event of a side collision.
“This system worked well, with good head protection for both occupants of the front seat,” said Euro NCAP.
The organism also recognized the “impressive” percentage that this Mazda had in protection for adults, after emphasizing the increase in weight that this electric has compared to a CX-30.
Despite these good ratings, Euro NCAP emphasized that the MX-30 was left to duty in other respects such as the lack of the multi-collision brake, ensuring that users can be vulnerable in carts.