The fourth generation Kia Carnival scored 5-star at the Australasian crash test rating.
The eight-seat Kia Carnival achieved good scores across the range and became the awardee of Wholesome five star. The range of occupant protection and collision avoidance assessment areas, informed Australasia’s independent voice on vehicle safety. The Carnival also provides a well-rounded safety specification. It offers head-protecting airbags and intelligent seatbelt reminders for all three seating rows with autonomous emergency braking, active lane keeping, and fatigue monitoring as standard. The next generation Kia Carnival performed particularly well for Adult Occupant Protection. In the crash test, it gained maximum points in the side impact and oblique pole tests, and good scores in the challenging MPDB frontal offset and full-width frontal tests. While it scored another maximum points for Child Occupant Protection in the frontal offset and side impact tests.
The Carnival is fitted with top tether and ISOFix anchorages for five of its six rear seating positions, giving owners a wide range of options for the installation of child restraints. As the part of ANCAP’s child restraint installation assessment revealed that most restraints could be fitted safely in these locations. Notably, performance testing of the autonomous emergency braking system showed very good results with collisions avoided or mitigated in all vehicle-to-vehicle test scenarios.
ANCAP Chief Executive Officer, Carla Hoorweg said, “Safety is critical in the People Mover segment given the primary use of these vehicles in transporting a large number of passengers. It’s pleasing to see the most recent model releases to this segment, including the Carnival”
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