2021 Honda Civic Sedan Achieves Five-Star Safety Rating in ASEAN NCAP Crash Test

The 2021 Honda Civic Family Sedan received a five-star safety rating in the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) crash test with an overall score of 83.47 points . He obtained 36.59 points out of 40.00 for the protection of adult occupants and 18.32 points out of 20.00 for the Child occupant protection (COP) categories.

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In the Safety Assist Technologies (SAT) category, the 2021 Civic scored 18.16 out of 20.00 points and in the Motocyclist Safety (MS) category it scored 10.39 points.

The 2021 Honda Civic became the first Honda model to be evaluated under the new ASEAN NCAP 2021-2025 protocol. The assessment was conducted by video conference due to concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic and the travel restrictions caused by it.

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The Civic 2021 which is equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Antilock Braking System (ABS), Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) City, AEB Inter-Urban, AEB Pedestrian, AEB Bicycle, AEB Motorcycle, Auto High Beam (AHB), Child Presence Detection (CPD) and pedestrian protection technology as standard safety in all its variants. It also offers six airbags as standard, but variants with four airbags are also offered in some markets.

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Other safety features of the sedan include the Seat Belt Reminder System (SBR) for the front and rear occupants, and the Passenger Side Blind Spot Viewing (BSV), which is offered as standard in Singapore markets. and Indonesia. The ASEAN NCAP 2021-2025 assessment protocol report mentioned that new motorcycle AEB technology as standard equipment in Civic variants has set Honda apart. The technology can detect the presence of a motorcycle in front of the car and perform automatic emergency braking in case the driver does not know the motorcyclist.

Honda stopped production of the Civic sedan in India late last year, as well as the CR-V model, when the company ceased manufacturing at its plant in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

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