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Euro NCAP Results

17 December 2015

Euro NCAP has released the last set of safety ratings for this year, which includes the 5 stars Peugeot Traveller and its twins Toyota Proace and Citroën Spacetourer. Both vans were tested under the current 'Heavy Vehicles' protocol. From 2016 onwards, van testing will be aligned to the passenger vehicle testing, sharing essentially identical test protocols.

Detailed results and crash test pictures are published on the Euro NCAP website. Videos are available on the YouTube channel.

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