ASEAN NCAP is the New Car Assessment Program for the Southeast Asia region, an addition to the NCAP program. It is aimed to evaluate vehicle safety standard in order to increase consumer awareness and boost a market for safer vehicles in the ASEAN region.
|Model||Year||Evaluation Result||Full Report|
|CR-V (model year 2017)||2017||5★ (88.80/100)||-||Download|
|Civic (MY2016)||2016||5★(14.74/16.00)||86 %||Download|
|Brio Amaze||2016||4★(12.88/16.00)||45 %||Download|
|BR-V||2016||5★ (14.63/16.00)||72 %||Download|
|Jazz||2014||5★ (15.80/16.00)||71 %||Download|
|City (MY2014)||2014||5★ (15.80/16.00)||83 %||Download|
|CR-V (MY2014)||2014||5★ (15.46/16.00)||86 %||Download|
|Civic (MY2013)||2013||5★ (14.63/16.00)||82 %||Download|
|City (MY2012)||2012||5★ (15.44/16.00)||81.2 %||Download|
|City (MY2020)||2020||5★ (86.54/100)||-||Download|
1. Adult Occupant Protection (AOP) – Driver & Front Passenger
2. Child Occupant Protection (COP) – 3-year-old and 18-month-old Infant
The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is Australasia's leading independent vehicle safety advocate. ANCAP provides consumers with transparent advice and information on the level of occupant and pedestrian protection provided by different vehicle models in the most common types of crashes, as well as their ability - through technology - to avoid a crash.