India’s most economical 5-star GNCAP automobiles
A number of causes, including Global NCAP, which launched the Safer Cars for India campaign and under which numerous Indian-made cars were crash-tested and certified, have contributed to the increased popularity of safer automobiles in India. Over time, the number of five-star certified automobiles has increased, demonstrating how serious the auto industry is about making cars safer.
It is not necessary to spend a lot of money to get a vehicle with a 5-star safety rating because many cheap vehicles are making it onto the list. These are the five 5-star GNCAP automobiles in India that are the most cheap
Cheapest vehicles with a five-star safety rating from GNCAP
The Skoda Kushaq, which starts at a price of Rs 10.89 lakh, is the seventh most reasonably priced 5-star GNCAP car. With a score of 29.64 out of a possible 34 for adult protection and 42 out of a possible 49 for child protection, the Kushaq receives a complete five-star safety rating once more.
The Tata Nexon, which has received a significant design makeover and takes design ideas from the Tata Curvv concept, comes in at number four. The Nexon receives a 3-star certification for kid protection and a 5-star safety rating for protecting adults. The platform for the new Nexon has undergone additional modifications to make it safer in side impact testing as well. At this time, the Tata Nexon facelift starts at a price of Rs. 8.09 lakh.
The Mahindra XUV300, which competes in the sub-4 metre SUV sector alongside vehicles like the Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, and Kia Sonet, is in third position. The XUV300, which starts at Rs 7.99 lakh, receives a 5-star rating after achieving 16.42 points out of a possible 17 for adult protection and a 3-star rating for kid protection.
The Tata Altroz is the first hatchback in India to have both a 3-star certification for kid occupancy and a 5-star safety rating from Global NCAP for adult protection. The Altroz, which starts at a price of Rs 6.59 lakh, has a choice of a diesel or petrol engine, as well as a CNG option.
The Tata Punch, the company’s entry-level SUV model that largely competes with the Hyundai Exter, is now the most cheapest 5-star certified car available for purchase in India. The Punch, which starts at Rs 5.99 lakh, is rated 5 stars for adult occupancy and 4 stars for child occupancy.