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2019 Toyota RAV4 vs 2019 Honda CR-V – Crash tests

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2019 Toyota RAV4 vs 2019 Honda CR-V – Crash tests. – The new Toyota RAV4 have secured a top five-star rating in Euro NCAP’s independent safety testing programme.

The car performed strongly across the board in the protection given to adult and child occupants and to “vulnerable road users,” such as pedestrians and cyclists, and the effectiveness of the Toyota Safety Sense active safety systems, fitted as standard to all UK models.

The scores achieved in each test category are shown below.
Adult Occupant 93%
Child Occupant 87%
Vulnerable Road Users 85%
Safety Assist 77%

The crash test results also demonstrate the designed-in strength of the Toyota New Global Architecture platforms on which the models are built, helping maintain the integrity of the cabin in the event of a collision. The robust structures, for the RAV4 SUV are reinforced in critical areas and make strategic use of high-strength steels to absorb and channel impact forces away from the cabin.

The second generation Toyota Safety Sense package includes a Pre-Collision System which can detect pedestrians in the vehicle’s path in both day and night-time driving, and can also recognise cyclists by day. The system scored maximum points in Euro NCAP’s testing at low, city speeds, with collisions being avoided at all test speeds. At highway speeds, collisions were avoided when approaching a slower vehicle; when coming up behind a stationary or slowing car, impacts were avoided in most cases, and mitigated in others.

The system’s pedestrian and cyclist recognition function also performed well, with collisions being avoided in all tests, in day and night conditions.

Other Toyota Safety Sense features include Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with steering control, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist.

– The new Honda CR-V has been awarded the maximum five-star rating in the latest Euro NCAP safety tests.

The CR-V boasts a unique body structure giving class-leading rigidity and stiffness, and a comprehensive suite of active safety technologies.

Utilising an ‘All Directions Collision Safety’ concept, the platform design incorporates Honda’s exclusive next-generation ACE™ (Advanced Compatibility Engineering) body structure. This employs a network of connected structural elements to distribute collision energy more evenly, helping to reduce the forces transferred to the passenger cell in the event of an impact, giving superior front, side and rear crash-worthiness.

The passive safety features on the all-new CR-V are complemented by the Honda Sensing™ suite of active safety and driver assist technologies. Honda Sensing™ is among the most comprehensive suites of safety technologies in its class. It uses a combination of radar and camera information, plus a host of high-tech sensors to warn and assist the driver in potentially dangerous scenarios.

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