The third generation Suzuki Swift JNCAP score is 5 stars, which is the highest safety rating for a car under the JNCAP.

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The Suzuki Swift has scored a 5-star rating in Japan NCAP (New Car Assessment Program). This is the highest rating for a car under the JNCAP. The third generation Suzuki Swift has also attained the top Advanced Safety Vehicle++ (ASV++) rating in the Preventive Safety Performance Assessment. The JDM-spec Suzuki Swift scored 87.8 points in occupant protection and 78.87 points in pedestrian protection. These points added with the 4.0 points for passenger seatbelt reminder (PSBR) total to 178.3 points which puts it among the overall 5-star rated vehicles. In terms of safety, the Suzuki Swift is very different from the Maruti Swift. While both have ABS with EBD and Brake Assist as standard, the former packs in six airbags, ESP and Dual Sensor Brake Support (DSBS) also.

Apart from the above, the Swift sold in Japan also comes loaded with a host of safety and driver assistance systems like Hill-Hold Control, Lane Departure Warning, Weaving Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, high beam assist, around view monitor and all-wheel disc brakes. On the other hand, the Maruti Swift sold in India gets two airbags and ISOFIX child seat mounts as standard across the range.

Suzuki Swift JNCAP

– JDM-spec Suzuki Swift scores 5-star rating in the JNCAP
– Gets an overall score of 178.3 points
– Gets 6 airbags, ABS with EBD and BA along with a slew of other safety features

Suzuki Swift JNCAP Score
The Suzuki Swift tested is underpinned by the Heartect platform and weighs 910 kgs

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