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    Health and Safety News

    New Suzuki Swift aims to reduce severity of whiplash injuries

    By David Brown on September 2, 2010

    New Suzuki Swift aims to reduce severity of whiplash injuries

    The new Suzuki Swift has been awarded a maximum five-star rating in the Euro NCAP safety assessment. It offers increased occupant protection since it has seven airbags (including a newly adopted knee airbag) as standard equipment; a lightweight, impact-absorbing body; and front seats that reduce the risk of whiplash in the event of a rear impact.

    It also offers increased pedestrian protection in the event of an accident and incorporates active-safety technologies, such as an Electronic Stability Program.

    High performance in all four Euro NCAP test categories led to the five-star rating. Euro NCAP is an independent car safety assessment programme backed by seven European Governments, the European Comission and motoring and consumer organizations in every EU country.


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    Date Published: September 2, 2010

    Author: David Brown

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