Crash-tests expose poor protection of Kwid, Steed and Haval
Zero-rated Great Wall model demonstrated a high probability of life-threatening injury, AA warns
The global new car assessment programme (NCAP) and the Automobile Association of SA (AA) have revealed the latest round of SaferCarsForAfrica crash-test results, supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies and the FIA Foundation.
The AA said the three models tested — the GWM Steed 5 bakkie, the Haval H1 SUV and the Renault Kwid hatchback — all gave serious cause for concern with poor levels of adult and child protection...
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