Mahindra Tar, who received a 4-star safety rating from Global NCAP, has once again proved to be a very safe vehicle.
Now, in the second generation, Mahindra Tar has repeatedly impressed with its high catastrophic capacity. The last episode, like the others, proves how safe this SUV is. The incident took place on the Jaipur-Ajmer highway. The SUV was traveling at high speed when it hit a truck. Although he was severely wounded, the foreigner who ruled Tard was completely unharmed.
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A foreigner was driving on the Jaipur-Ajmer highway
It is said that the accident happened because the truck suddenly braked and Mahindra Tar could not stop in time. It was also reported that the SUV was traveling at a very high speed. The video above was taken by a truck driver. In this accident, the front right side of the SUV was completely damaged. Column A is broken from the main body, and even the front enclosure is completely damaged. Damage to the tar is a clear indication of the severity of the accident.
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However, it is gratifying to see that the foreigner who led Mahindra Tar was completely nailless. A closer look at the video reveals that the A-column, the right front door and the windshield were damaged, but the passenger camera was not damaged. The exact cause of the accident is not known, but we always recommend keeping a safe distance from the oncoming vehicle. This is especially important when driving at high speeds, as deceleration time increases exponentially with speed. It is also important to maintain a safe distance when overtaking. This is especially true when overtaking large vehicles, as it is impossible to see clearly ahead when following them.
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Mahindra Tar at Global NCAP
The second generation Mahindra Tar received a 4-star rating for adults, as well as child protection from the Global NCAP. Speaking on the safety of SUVs, Global NCAP Secretary General Alejandro Furas said: “Mahindra’s commitment to safe vehicles has been demonstrated once again to consumers and shows that it can offer good safety performance in the Indian market. It is encouraging to see manufacturers that offer a high level of protection for children in cars. Narrow Mahindra shows the potential to improve naval security. “