Automotive Safety

Global Safety Recognition for XUV300

Mahindra’s compact SUV model, the XUV300, has just received global recognition for its safety performance, getting a 5-star rating from the Global New Car Assessment Program (GNCAP), in addition to a 4-star child safety rating.

A mandatory criteria for this recognition is the side-impact performance of a vehicle, for which the XUV300 is one of the best among all 5-star rated cars.The XUV300’s safety features include 7 airbags, disc brakes on all 4 wheels and parking sensors that gives it a fortress-like safety, in this segment.

Dr. Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., tweeted “Elated that the XUV300 scores the highest points in the GNCAP safety rating of all Indian made cars tested so far. Let no one doubt the ability of Indian manufacturers to make the safest cars for Indian customers.”

RajanWadhera, President-Automotive, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., said, “This is a proud moment for Mahindra as the 5-Star rating reiterates our unstinted commitment towards safety. Today’s conscious buyers rate safety as a top priority while making their purchase decision and we have designed the XUV300 to be one of the safest vehicles in India. I am sure that this recognition will further spur us as well as the Indian automotive industry to achieve similar safety standards for the entire range of vehicles on Indian roads”.

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