Friday, March 5, 2010

The company Toyota Verso  safety tests for the 2010 Toyota Verso car earned the highest rating of five stars. The car was 89% for the security of adult passengers, 75% for the child's safety, 69% for the safety of pedestrians and 86% for active safety. 

Toyota Verso - one of the first cars, which received 5 stars in accordance with the revised and more demanding program tests vehicles EuroNCAP 2010. By 2012, plans to further strengthen the requirements for the level of security vehicles. Requirements to the level of pedestrian safety will increase from 40% in 2010 to 60% in 2012. Thus, having received 69% of pedestrian safety, Toyota Verso has the same level of security necessary for the purposes of assessing the "five stars" by 2012. 

Starting with the basic version, Toyota Verso equipped with a wide range of active and passive safety, including the latest generation anti-lock braking system (ABS) c braking force distribution (EBD), emergency brake amplifier (Brake Assist), seven airbags, traction control (TRC ), as well as exchange rate stability (VSC +). Car body is designed with the use of energy absorbing material that provides a level of safety of passengers and pedestrians, corresponding to the highest requirements of EuroNCAP.

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