Adult occupant protection 50% Child occupant protection 69% Pedestrian protection 49% Safety Assist 32%
Total Euro NCAP score 200/400
It may look suitably tough, but while all of the cars in the top 10 earned Euro NCAP’s maximum five-star rating, the Wrangler was awarded just one star. Structures in the dashboard were thought to present a risk to front seat occupants, and there were indications that the car’s body would be unable to withstand higher loads than those experienced during the front offset crash test.
Adult occupant protection 45% Child occupant protection 16% Pedestrian protection 47% Safety Assist 7%
Total Euro NCAP score 115/400
As disappointing as the Wrangler’s scores are, it’s the Fiat Panda that’s the worst performer under the latest rules, with a zero-star overall rating. Interestingly, back in 2011 when it was first crash tested by Euro NCAP it was given four stars, showing just how much standards have improved.
Source – https://www.whatcar.com/news/the-safest-cars/n19732