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|2nd November 2010, 01:09||#1|
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Geely CK1 Latin NCAP...Zero Stars
Proof positive that Indian cars are safer than Chinese ones
Just goes to show that for China, quantity is more important than quality.
Proud to be an Indian!
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|2nd November 2010, 06:54||#3|
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2. Nano - Yes, it would withstand - please search for Tata Nano crash test on youtube to see for yourself.
|2nd November 2010, 11:00||#4|
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Are they allowed to even sell such cars???? I was always confused whether the NCAP ratings were certifications like our own ARAI ones or only tests conducted for consumer awareness.
|2nd November 2010, 17:49||#5|
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Goes without saying, chinese cars.
In youtube there is another video, where the only part left intact is the bootlid, hmm... may help in rescuing via the boot,if it has a folding seat!!!
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