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I even found a video of the global NCAP crash tests for Wagon R.
It's scary to relate the video to real-life situations. The video shows that the results of a real-time crash could be fatal for the occupants. The engine gets completely damaged. The adult's face in the driver's seat receives slight protection due to the airbag but the injuries to the legs, feet, and chest could be severe.
The infant gets flung along with the seat. The 18-month-old received slight protection but there would definitely be an injury. Overall, for child protection as well the car scored just 16.33 out of 49.
This is a very poor performance on Maruti Suzuki's part.
The Wagon R was relaunched earlier this year in a new generation. The car moved to the larger 'Heartect' platform that also hosts the Baleno, Ignis and Swift. The expectation was that moving from the earlier dated platform to the more refined and rigid one would improve its vehicle safety.
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