2021 MS SWIFT AND RENAULT DUSTER SCORED 0 STARS AT LATIN NCAP.

MADE IN INDIA SWIFT SCORED 0 STARS AT LATIN NCAP!


Few days ago the new the LATIN NCAP tested few vehicle which is been sold in Latin America and the results are pretty shocking for them. The Latin NCAP crash tested many cars which is available in that market. But the most highlighted  ones were the 2021 Suzuki swift and 2021 Renault Duster which are Made in India. Both the vehicles gets exported from India by the manufactures.
The crash test reveals the real face of these two vehicles and it pretty shocking for us to know about manufactures not focusing on the quality of their product.

1. SUZUKI SWIFT-


The swift is the most popular product in Indian market. Maruti easily sells 20k + units of swift every month . But everyone knows about the safety standards it offers. Just like the Indian spec swift scored 0 stars at LATIN NCAP which revealed that manufacture dont care about the quality of the products in smaller markets. Suzuki does offer a better quality swift in other markets like the UK. The swift which was tested was MADE IN INDIA and then it was exported to LATIN AMERICA. The results make sense if the vehicle is Made in India because here in India as well we get low quality products from the manufactures. Suzuki haven't commented anything on this yet but a explanation is much needed from the automotive giant.

2. RENAULT DUSTER- 


The other popular  vehicle which was tested by the Latin NCAP was the Renault Duster. The Duster was the vehicle which started the SUV trend in India back in 2012. Since then a lot has been changed and duster is on its way out from renault India's lineup. Renault will reintroduce the duster later next year with a whole new avatar. But the  in Latin, Renault still sells the old Duster similar to Indian market and it scored 0stars in crash test which was not expected from the vehicle. This result was very shocking. Manufactures should be responsible while developing a product. They should make sure to consider safety over anything else but i guess they just want to make profits instead of giving a better quality product.

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