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|7th July 2014, 23:19||#1|
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Is the Euro NCAP losing its significance?
Should the final star rating of a car be dropped so significantly due to negligible issues like the one in the article?
I find the IIHS to be much more radical and precise. Their testing methodologies are far more transparent, and their final result PDF is extremely intuitive.
I hope that the Indian NCAP learns more from IIHS and adapts their methodologies.
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