The ASEAN NCAP crash test results of the all-new Toyota Camry are in, and the Japanese executive sedan passed with flying colors.
The Camry finished testing with a total adult occupant protection score of 35.31 points. That’s 15.31 for frontal impact, 16 for side impact, and 4 for head protection technology. It also totaled 44.44 points for child occupant protection and 14.22 for safety assist. The tally is good enough for the automotive safety body's coveted five-star rating.
“The vehicle’s passenger compartment remained stable in the frontal offset test,” the ASEAN NCAP report reads. “With the exception of the dummies’ lower legs, the data showed the tested vehicle provided good protection to both the driver and front passenger.”
During crash tests, the agency used a Camry 2.0 G from Thailand equipped with a 2.0-liter engine and seven airbags. The vehicle is also available in Brunei, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, and of course, the Philippines.
“ASEAN NCAP recently tested the latest edition of the Toyota Camry model. The sedan made an impressive scoring by obtaining 49.04 points for the AOP category in which it is fitted with seven airbags standard across variant,” the report concludes.
This is definitely a good look for Toyota, and the Camry now joins the Vios, the Yaris, the Innova, the Rush, and the Fortuner as five-star safety rated offerings. Keeps up the good work.
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