2022 Honda Jazz Global NCAP
The frontal collision test took place at 64 km/hr

The 2022 Honda Jazz and previous generation City scored 4 stars in the Global NCAP test for adult occupant protection

Global NCAP has published the safety assessment results of the Honda Jazz and fourth-generation City. Both models performed well to score 4 stars for adult occupant protection in the test.

2022 Honda Jazz –

The Jazz that was tested by Global NCAP had 2 airbags as standard along with seat belt reminder and ABS. It did not come with ISOFIX mounts and weighed 1252 kg.

According to the body, the premium hatchback scored 13.89 points out of a maximum of 17 for adult occupant protection and this scored 4 stars out of 5.

Global NCAP said the Jazz offered good protection to the head and neck of front passengers. The driver’s chest showed adequate protection, the passenger’s
chest showed good protection, while the knees of the front occupants had marginal protection.

The car made 3 stars (of 5) for child occupant protection by scoring 31.54 out of 49 points. The 18-month-old dummy had good protection to the head and limited protection to the chest.

On the other hand, the 3-year-old dummy had limited protection to the head, poor to the chest and good protection to the neck. The Jazz does not come with ISOFIX anchorages or a 3-point seat belt for the rear centre occupant.

Further, the Honda Jazz, Global NCAP said, had a stable bodyshell capable of withstanding further loadings. Its footwell area was also rated as stable.

2022 Honda City Fourth Generation –

2022 Honda City Fourth Gen Global NCAP
The car has a lap belt in the rear centre seating position

The 2022 fourth-generation Honda City that was tested weighed 1260 kg. It had dual front airbags, seat belt reminder, ISOFIX anchorages and ABS as standard.

By scoring 12.03 out of 17 points for adult occupant protection, the 2022 fourth-generation Honda City bagged 4 stars. It offered good protection to the front occupants’ head and neck, marginal protection to the driver’s chest and knees of both occupants.

In the child occupant protection category, the C-segment sedan once again scored 4 stars as it hit 38.27 out of 49 possible points. The 3-year-old child dummy was found to have good protection to the head and chest and limited protection to the neck. Whereas, the 18-month-old dummy had good protection to chest and head.

Finally, fourth-generation City had an unstable bodyshell that was not capable of withstanding further loadings. Even the footwell area was rated as unstable.