A head-on collision with another car is a pretty serious accident that is hard to get out of unless your car is well equipped.
Today we are going to show you in this collision test how the two cars of the most economical range of the Nissan brand react to a semi-frontal crash at a speed of 65 km/h.
In this test, two Nissan cars are compared. The Tsurusold in Mexico (red car), and the nissan versa, sold in the United States (gray car). Both belong to the category of Nissan’s cheapest cars, so the benefits should be similar.
Let’s take a look from another perspective.
Despite the fact that the front of both cars are destroyed, the Tsuru fares much worse off. But the important thing in this type of tests is the reaction that the mannequins against the crash and what injuries can be avoided by improving safety measures.
Freddriver of the Tsuru, does not have airbags, and receives the impact directly on his body.
Jorge, driver of the Nissan Versa, crashes into the front and side airbag that pops up after receiving the blow. Despite the brutality of the crash, it appears that he has not sustained any serious injuries.
The video was made as part of the #noZeroStarsCars campaign that denounces that category cars zero stars keep trading.
do you think the poor Fred Could I have survived this accident?
In this category are vehicles whose systems do not guarantee the safety of passengers after any type of impact.
Luckily, Mexican laws prohibit from now on continuing to market this type of vehicle, and the Tsuru the car best seller and that more deaths has caused in Mexico, it will stop being marketed.
Would you be able to drive a car with zero stars despite how cheap it can be? Would you put your life and that of your companions in danger to save a few euros?
Here we leave you with the full video so you can see the difference between the two cars.