The child occupants, meanwhile, enjoyed “adequate and good protection during the front and side crash tests” thanks to the child restraint system that was installed using the Isofix and top-tether anchorages.
Latin NCAP also noted that the Kwid tested lacked an airbag deactivation option up front, while also doing without three-point seatbelts.
The Brazilian-market Kwid tested by Latin NCAP, meanwhile, boasts ABS, four airbags and Isofix child-seat anchors as standard.
And, likely more importantly, this version also boasts “extra structural reinforcements” compared to the Indian model tested by Global NCAP last year.
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Some changes are expected to be made to the local Kwid range early in 2018, while a further update is scheduled for the final quarter of next year.
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Now, the Kwid produced for the South American market has been tested by Latin NCAP, showing “clear improvements” in safety compared to the India-built version, with a final result of three stars (for both adult occupant and child occupant protection).
Of course, the Kwid currently sold in South Africa is imported from India, and has just a single airbag and (still) does without ABS.