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Australia: Honda Jazz gets 5-star ANCAP safety rating

February 4, 2015
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The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has given 5-star safety rating to the new, third-generation Honda Jazz in Australia. The new hatchback received a score of 36.58 out of maximum 37 in the crash safety testing.

The new Jazz comes fitted with a number of safety features as standard such as, six airbags, VSA (electronic stability control), Emergency Stop Signal and Hill Start Assist. The new model is also the first vehicle in its segment to be equipped with a reversing camera as standard across the range.

More information is available in the press release below.

Honda Jazz Receives Five-Star ANCAP Safety Rating – Press Release

ANCAP has today announced that the third-generation Honda Jazz has received a five-star safety rating.

“The Honda Jazz received a score of 36.58 out of a possible 37, which is a fantastic result” said Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins. “The Jazz was also the first vehicle to be tested using data shared with ANCAP’s sister program, ASEAN NCAP in Malaysia.”

ANCAP recently began sharing crash test data with ASEAN NCAP, which it has been working closely with for the past few years.

The Jazz scored well on all of ANCAP’s testing requirements. Its safety credentials are impressive, being the first vehicle in its segment to feature a reversing camera as standard across the range. It also features – as standard – six airbags, VSA (electronic stability control), Emergency Stop Signal and Hill Start Assist.

The Honda Jazz is available from a Manufacturer’s List Price of $14,990* for the VTi manual with flat paint.

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