Although Hyundai Creta Global has a 3-star rating from NCAP, Skoda Kushaq has not yet been tested by a non-profit organization.
The recently sold Hyundai Creta has been given a 3-star safety rating by Global NCAP. While this didn’t surprise us with the extensive parts shared by the 3-star Kia Seltos, there were those who were disappointed with the simple score. On the other hand, Skoda Kushaq, based on the Indian MQB-A0-IN platform, has had mixed reviews from many of its owners. While many people appreciate the quality of its reliable assembly, others say that the car is not as well made as the previous generation of Skodas. All this has been done, we can’t say the last word about the quality of Kushak’s construction until NCAP evaluates it. The recent event offers interesting videos.
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Skoda Kushaq and Hyundai Creta collided head-on
Hyundai Creta has long been a favorite of the segment. On the other hand, the Czech carmaker’s first offer for India received a decent response from buyers. Many people appreciated the clean appearance of Kushaq, powerful but efficient gasoline engines and good dynamics. Several owners also believe that their C-SUV “feels safer” than its best-selling competitor. In addition, the Skoda Kushaq still has to pass the NCAP test and you can’t be sure of its crash resistance until then. Nevertheless, there are some interesting scenes from the crash that took place in what appears to be Delhi-NCR.
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The video above shows the consequences of a head-on collision between a Hyundai Creta and a Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo. As you can see, both cars are equally damaged. The front edges of both SUVs are similarly wrinkled. In both cases, the shock did not enter the cabin and airbags were opened. Fortunately, no casualties were reported. But both equally damaged cars make many Skoda consumers question the quality of the Kushaq assembly. However, it is impossible to draw conclusions based on some photos and videos. There are many other things that decide the outcome of any collision – speed, angle of impact, momentum, etc.
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Skoda Kushaq is still undergoing G-NCAP testing
That’s why we can’t be sure of Skoda Kushaq’s crashability until it is tested by Global NCAP. So far, we are pleased that both SUVs have been able to keep their passengers safe. Both cars were not allowed to enter the cabin. After all, the ultimate goal of wrinkled areas is to protect the population, not tin. This was the case with the Hyundai Creta as well as the Skoda Kushaq.
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