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Latest Euro NCAP safety test results

8 November 2017

Euro NCAP has published the safety ratings of eight new vehicles: Volvo XC60, Volkswagen T-Roc, Škoda Karoq, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, Citroën C3 Aircross, Vauxhall Crossland X, Volkswagen Polo and Seat Arona.

All cars achieved a maximum five-star rating.

The new XC60 becomes the best all-round performer of 2017 so far and matches the performance of the XC90, tested in 2015. It achieved an almost-perfect 98% in adult occupant protection, a figure only ever achieved by one other car - the Alfa Romeo Giulia.

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