Nissan has achieved a 91% score for adult protection, 79% for the protection of children, 68% for pedestrian protection and 49% for the presence of driver assistance systems.
The Micra comes standard with ESP, ABS, six airbags, Intelligent Emergency Brake (AEB) and Isofix anchors in the rear and on the front passenger seat.
In addition, all versions include a speed limiter, automatic headlights, emergency warning lights for emergency braking, a tire pressure monitoring system and start-up assistance. coast.
The British crossover was generally good overall according to the set of criteria and benefits from automatic emergency braking, although pedestrian recognition for it is optional.
The pelvic area of pedestrians is exposed in frontal collisions with the grille as well as their heads if they hit the windscreen posts. For safety aids (25%), the basic version does not offer track maintenance, self-contained braking, or even speed assistance, which explains the poor score obtained. The safety package, which includes a self-contained braking system with satisfactory performance, still allows the Suzuki to collect an additional star. It’s better, but it’s always one less than the Micra has the same pack, which supplant it in every way.