Australasia’s independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has announced a 5 star safety rating for the Haval H6 following completion of the latest round of testing against the stringent 2020-2022 rating criteria.
The Haval H6 mid-sized SUV performed well across all areas of assessment, achieving solid scores for its protection of adult occupants, children, pedestrians and cyclists. The H6 also performed well for its ability to actively avoid or reduce the effects of a range of potential crashes through its onboard safety systems.
Full points were scored for protection to the driver in both the side impact and oblique pole tests. Full points were also scored for front and rear-seat occupants in relation to whiplash protection. Full points were recorded for the front-seat passenger in the frontal offset test, however protection to the driver’s chest was scored as MARGINAL indicating some risk of chest injury based on dummy measurements. A penalty was also applied for the driver’s footwell, which showed some signs of loss of integrity in the frontal offset test.
Performance of the H6’s active safety systems revealed good results. ‘Good’ performance was seen across all emergency lane keeping test scenarios – including its ability to avoid a run-off-road crash with an unmarked road edge. The H6’s car-to-car and car-to-cyclist autonomous emergency braking system also provided good levels of performance, as did its ability to prevent a collision with another vehicle in the turn-across-path intersection test scenario.
Child occupant protection, and the ability of the H6 to safely accommodate a range of typical child restraints also scored highly.
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✅ Source: ANCAP
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