Recently, the global car safety rating agency Global NCAP has shared the results of some Indian cars. Among them, Maruti's S-Preso Hyundai's Grand i10 NIOS and Kia Motors' Celtos SUV have underperformed.
Auto Desk. The ongoing Twitter debate between Tata Motors and Maruti Suzuki is getting increasingly tense. While Tata first quipped on Maruti's poor performance in the S-Presso's Global NCAP and mocked the Maruti Wagon-R's poor safety rating. At the same time, a post has been shared responding to this from Maruti. In which the company has made it clear that WagonR is present in India with 24 lakh plus families.
Maruti's Reaction: The post on behalf of Maruti shared that "This is what makes us, really strong heartfelt relationships with our entire WagonR family!" With a picture of a WagonR, the company wrote "Strongly hearted by 2.4 million + families." It is clear that the WagonR is not only one of Maruti's best-selling models, but also one of the best in India for some time. It is also in the top five in the monthly list of best-selling cars.
Tata Motors made such a joke: The thing to note here is that not a single car of Tata Motors has been on the list of 10 top-selling cars for months. At the same time, Tata Motors is constantly making fun of Maruti cars. Earlier Tata Motors shared an image of the vehicle with one of its wheels broken and wrote "It is important to 'let safety be ignored'. Be smart before someone turns your car over.
Crash test conditions: Let us know, recently the global car safety rating agency Global NCAP has shared the results of some Indian cars. These include the poor performance of Maruti's S-Preso, Hyundai's Grand i10 NIOS, and Kia Motors' Celtos SUV. Previously Tata Motors cars such as Nexon and Altrose have received a five-star crash rating from Global NCAP, while the company's entry-level Tiago stands at four stars. At the same time, Maruti WagonR achieved only a 2-star rating in the Global NCAP in 2019.