In a nutshell, platform sharing between automakers enables reduced production costs and sharing of research and development. The adverse effect of this is that any shortcomings are also shared between manufacturers. This has happened for the Mitsubishi Express van which has now been terminated in Australia.
The latest Swedish Polestar creation that is a subsidiary in the safety orientated Volvo Car Group has duly scored a five-star ANCAP safety rating and… Read more →
The Kia Carnival (known as the Grand Sedona in our market) has been awarded top marks from the ANCAP after a series of crash tests…. Read more →
ANCAP (the Australasian New Car Assessment Programme) has released fresh crash-test results for the third-generation Toyota Auris, awarding the latest version of the Japanese hatchback… Read more →
ANCAP, Australia and New Zealand’s independent vehicle safety authority, has revealed the results of its first car-to-car crash-test, featuring Toyota Corolla models from two different… Read more →
The Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) has released what it describes as a “concerning” two-star safety rating for the latest GWM Steed. The independent… Read more →