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For the third time in 12 months, Dacia has received unflattering headlines about the safety of its cars. This time it's the new Jogger.
Renault-owned budget brand Dacia's poor safety record has again been highlighted in the latest round of crash tests conducted by Euro NCAP.
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Safety body Euro NCAP has announced its first results of 2022, with six of the seven new cars tested gaining top five-star ratings.
The Euro NCAP car safety ratings contain lots of information, but how much of it is important to you? This guide explains what it all means.
A zero-star Euro NCAP safety rating from any car manufacturer, at any price point, is simply unacceptable. Renault must do better.
The Renault Zoe has been heavily criticised by safety organisations after being awarded the worst-possible result of zero stars by Euro NCAP.
Delight at seven top five-star safety ratings awarded in Euro NCAP crash tests has been tempered by the zero stars gained by the Renault Zoe.
Safety body Euro NCAP has released its latest crash-test results, with four of the five cars tested securing maximum five-star scores.
Safety body Euro NCAP has praised the top scores earned by a range of electrified cars in its latest round of crash tests.
The latest Euro NCAP safety tests saw the Skoda Enyaq and VW ID.4 earn five-star ratings – but the Dacia Sandero scored just two stars.