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17 Aug 2017
Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
All-new Honda CR-V Achieves 5-Star ASEAN NCAP Safety Rating
Bangkok – Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced that the all-new Honda CR-V has been awarded a 5-star rating in a crash test conducted by the ASEAN NCAP (New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asia). The all-new Honda CR-V has become the first model to be awarded a 5-star rating under the new ASEAN NCAP Assessment 2017-2020 Protocol. This outstanding result emphasizes Honda’s leadership in its commitment to ensuring safety for everyone sharing the road.
 
Based on the new ASEAN NCAP Assessment 2017-2020 Protocol, which came into effect on 1st January 2017, the all-new Honda CR-V achieved a 5-star rating with an overall score of 88.8 out of 100. This new assessment included a frontal offset impact test, side impact test, and evaluation of safety features. The all-new Honda CR-V received impressive scores of 47.25 for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 22.84 for Child Occupant Protection (COP), and 18.71 for and Safety Assist Technologies (SATs).
 
The 5th-generation Honda CR-V made its debut in Southeast Asia in March 2017     in Thailand, followed by Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. This premium sport utility vehicle has received overwhelming feedback from customers throughout the region. For example, within four months after its launch in Thailand, the all-new Honda CR-V recorded over 6,500 bookings (as of July 2017). In Malaysia, it achieved four months sales target in just one month after its official launch in mid-July. The all-new Honda CR-V also received “The Best Car Choice by Visitor” at the Indonesia International Motor Show 2017.
 
The all-new Honda CR-V comes with Honda’s advanced driving assisting system called Honda SENSING*. It consists of a millimeter-wave radar and monocular camera mounted on the upper, inside part of the windshield. Honda SENSING provides greater awareness of driving conditions around the vehicle, provides warnings to the driver and supports the driver in avoiding or mitigating the severity of a collision. The all-new Honda CR-V is also equipped with Honda LaneWatch*, Honda’s unique system that displays the view behind the vehicle using a camera built into the passenger-side mirror. Both technologies received awards as technology that best contributes to safety in the “Safety Technology” car maker category at the ASEAN NCAP Grand Prix Awards in 2016 and 2014 respectively. Additionally, both technologies were introduced to be assessed under the new protocol and received points in the Safety Assist (SA) category.
 
Along with a standard body structure featuring Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) and G-Force Control (G-CON) technology, the all-new Honda CR-V offers a full range of active and passive safety features*. These include six airbags – Dual SRS Airbags, i-Side Airbags, and Side Curtain Airbags; Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA); Hill Start Assist (HSA); Emergency Stop Signal (ESS); and Multi-angle Rearview Camera.
 
With its global safety slogan “Safety for Everyone,” Honda will continue to provide safe and reliable vehicles and lead efforts to realize a collision-free mobile society.
 
*Safety equipment varies according to variants and countries.
 
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Honda model lineup with ASEAN NCAP results:
 
Model Model Year Result
CR-V 2017 5-star rating
Civic 2016 5-star rating**
Brio Amaze 2016 4-star rating
Brio 2016 4-star rating
BR-V 2015 5-star rating*
HR-V 2015 5-star rating**
Jazz 2014 5-star rating*
City 2014 5-star rating*
CR-V 2013 5-star rating*
Civic 2013 5-star rating*
City 2012 5-star rating*
 
*Variants without VSA (Vehicle Stability Assist) and SBR (Seatbelt Reminder) for both front occupants are rated 4-stars.
 
**For the Civic (MY2016) and HR-V (MY2015) rating, variants without SBR (Seatbelt Reminder) for both front occupants are rated 4-stars.

 
 
About ASEAN NCAP
ASEAN NCAP (New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asia) is an addition to the NCAP programs. It aims to evaluate vehicle safety standards, raise consumer awareness, and encourage a market for safer vehicles in the ASEAN region. The ASEAN NCAP collision tests are conducted as a collaboration between ASEAN NCAP and the Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI).



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Thailand
17 Aug 2017
Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
All-new Honda CR-V Achieves 5-Star ASEAN NCAP Safety Rating
Bangkok – Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced that the all-new Honda CR-V has been awarded a 5-star rating in a crash test conducted by the ASEAN NCAP (New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asia). The all-new Honda CR-V has become the first model to be awarded a 5-star rating under the new ASEAN NCAP Assessment 2017-2020 Protocol. This outstanding result emphasizes Honda’s leadership in its commitment to ensuring safety for everyone sharing the road.
 
Based on the new ASEAN NCAP Assessment 2017-2020 Protocol, which came into effect on 1st January 2017, the all-new Honda CR-V achieved a 5-star rating with an overall score of 88.8 out of 100. This new assessment included a frontal offset impact test, side impact test, and evaluation of safety features. The all-new Honda CR-V received impressive scores of 47.25 for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 22.84 for Child Occupant Protection (COP), and 18.71 for and Safety Assist Technologies (SATs).
 
The 5th-generation Honda CR-V made its debut in Southeast Asia in March 2017     in Thailand, followed by Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. This premium sport utility vehicle has received overwhelming feedback from customers throughout the region. For example, within four months after its launch in Thailand, the all-new Honda CR-V recorded over 6,500 bookings (as of July 2017). In Malaysia, it achieved four months sales target in just one month after its official launch in mid-July. The all-new Honda CR-V also received “The Best Car Choice by Visitor” at the Indonesia International Motor Show 2017.
 
The all-new Honda CR-V comes with Honda’s advanced driving assisting system called Honda SENSING*. It consists of a millimeter-wave radar and monocular camera mounted on the upper, inside part of the windshield. Honda SENSING provides greater awareness of driving conditions around the vehicle, provides warnings to the driver and supports the driver in avoiding or mitigating the severity of a collision. The all-new Honda CR-V is also equipped with Honda LaneWatch*, Honda’s unique system that displays the view behind the vehicle using a camera built into the passenger-side mirror. Both technologies received awards as technology that best contributes to safety in the “Safety Technology” car maker category at the ASEAN NCAP Grand Prix Awards in 2016 and 2014 respectively. Additionally, both technologies were introduced to be assessed under the new protocol and received points in the Safety Assist (SA) category.
 
Along with a standard body structure featuring Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) and G-Force Control (G-CON) technology, the all-new Honda CR-V offers a full range of active and passive safety features*. These include six airbags – Dual SRS Airbags, i-Side Airbags, and Side Curtain Airbags; Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA); Hill Start Assist (HSA); Emergency Stop Signal (ESS); and Multi-angle Rearview Camera.
 
With its global safety slogan “Safety for Everyone,” Honda will continue to provide safe and reliable vehicles and lead efforts to realize a collision-free mobile society.
 
*Safety equipment varies according to variants and countries.
 
####
 
 
Honda model lineup with ASEAN NCAP results:
 
Model Model Year Result
CR-V 2017 5-star rating
Civic 2016 5-star rating**
Brio Amaze 2016 4-star rating
Brio 2016 4-star rating
BR-V 2015 5-star rating*
HR-V 2015 5-star rating**
Jazz 2014 5-star rating*
City 2014 5-star rating*
CR-V 2013 5-star rating*
Civic 2013 5-star rating*
City 2012 5-star rating*
 
*Variants without VSA (Vehicle Stability Assist) and SBR (Seatbelt Reminder) for both front occupants are rated 4-stars.
 
**For the Civic (MY2016) and HR-V (MY2015) rating, variants without SBR (Seatbelt Reminder) for both front occupants are rated 4-stars.

 
 
About ASEAN NCAP
ASEAN NCAP (New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asia) is an addition to the NCAP programs. It aims to evaluate vehicle safety standards, raise consumer awareness, and encourage a market for safer vehicles in the ASEAN region. The ASEAN NCAP collision tests are conducted as a collaboration between ASEAN NCAP and the Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI).