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Toyota New Corolla + 7 Airbags

December-2019

29.41 max. 34.00
45.00 max. 49.00

Front: 11.41 Points (max. 16.00)
Side: 16.00 Points (max. 16.00)

Car Details

Body type

4 door sedan

Publication year

2019

Made in

Brazil

Crash test weight

1681 kg

Test valid for

Latin NCAP market

Safety equipment

Driver frontal airbag

YES

Passenger frontal airbag

YES

Side head airbags

YES

Side head airbags passenger

YES

Side body airbags (front)

Chest-Pelvis

Side body airbags (front) passenger

Chest-Pelvis

Side Curtain airbags

YES

Driver knee airbag

YES

Front seatbelt pretensioners

YES

Passenger Front seatbelt pretensioners

YES

SBR

YES

ISOFIX

YES

ABS

YES

ESC (UN13 or GTR8)

YES

FRONT

FRONT PASSENGER

DRIVER

SIDE
POLE

Protection

GOOD ADEQUATE MARGINAL WEAK POOR

Bodyshell integrity

STABLE

Side impact protection (Structural)

YES

COMMENTS

Adult occupant - Frontal impact: The protection offered to the driver and passenger head and neck was good. Driver chest showed marginal protection and passenger chest showed good protection. Driver knees showed marginal protection and although the knee airbag can protect the driver knees, hard structures were found behind the airbag that could cause problems with a larger dummy or different seating position. Passenger knees showed good protection. Driver tibias showed adequate to good protection, and Passenger’s tibias showed good protection. Footwell area was rated as unstable. The body shell was rated as stable and it is capable of withstanding further loadings. Side impact: Head, thorax, abdomen and pelvis showed good protection. Side Pole Impact: showed good protection for the head, abdomen and pelvis, and marginal protection for the chest. ESC: The ESC was tested and its performance met the regulatory requirements of Latin NCAP. The car offers SBR in all seating positions. All of the above explain the five stars for Adult Occupant Protection.



Frontal impact: The protection offered to the driver and passenger head and neck was good. Driver chest showed marginal protection and passenger chest showed good protection. Driver knees showed marginal protection and although the knee airbag can protect the driver knees, hard structures were found behind the airbag that could cause problems with a larger dummy or different seating position. Passenger knees showed good protection. Driver tibias showed adequate to good protection, and Passenger’s tibias showed good protection. Footwell area was rated as unstable. The body shell was rated as stable and it is capable of withstanding further loadings. Side impact: Head, thorax, abdomen and pelvis showed good protection. Side Pole Impact: showed good protection for the head, abdomen and pelvis, and marginal protection for the chest. ESC: The ESC was tested and its performance met the regulatory requirements of Latin NCAP. The car offers SBR in all seating positions. All of the above explain the five stars for Adult Occupant Protection.


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