Latin NCAP: Tata Motors mocks Maruti Swift after it scores zero-star rating

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New Delhi: Tata Motors has seen a rapid increase in their sales soon after their Nexon and Altroz got a 5-star safety rating by Latin NCAP. Since then Tata Nexon became the first Indian car to score a 5-star safety rating. Tata is now seen making more safer cars for India whereas, Tiago and Tigor got 4-star safety ratings.

However, Tata has not to crash-test their flagship cars Harrier and Safari, so their safety rating is yet to be known. Tata Motors now have shared a meme when their rivalry car Swift scored a zero-star safety rating in a crash test performed by Latin NCAP. Tata Motors shared on their official social media handle that “Latest NCAP safety test shows that it’s not safe to ride ‘Swift’ly. Yet another reason for you to book New Tiago – the Seriously Fun hatchback rated 4 stars for safety by Global NCAP.”


Tata Motors never loses a chance to make fun of their rival cars for safety reasons. Earlier, they have made fun of Hyundai NIOS, Maruti S-Presso, Maruti WagonR as well as Maruti Kitna Deti Hain slogan. This time again they have targeted the Maruti Suzuki Swift car over zero-safety measures.

The Maruti Swift which is sold in India has scored a 2-star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test. However, Tata car sales have increased drastically last year, but to tell you it is not alone on safety features. Their cars have improved in design, which has also helped in pushing sales to a new high. Tata is about to launch new cars soon which includes Tigor Electric and an all-new car called Punch.

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