Thursday, September 15, 2011

Five-star safety rating for camry, Hybrid camry

Technology News - Toyota Australia’s Camry and Hybrid Camry have been awarded the maximum five-star crash rating by ANCAP.

As one measure of safety, ANCAP – the Australasian New Car Assessment Program – plays an important role in providing information to potential customers.

The five-star rating confirms that Camry and Hybrid Camry, both produced here in Australia, are strong cars that provide excellent protection for occupants.

The result is not a surprise because the company’s own extensive tests ensure all Toyota vehicles meet or exceed safety standards in every country in which they are sold.

The Camry range also offers advanced safety features that are not activated during ANCAP crash-testing.

Every Camry is fitted with vehicle stability control, traction control and anti-skid brakes – features which have been shown to help save lives.

Camry also has six airbags, including curtain-shield airbags that help protect front and rear-seat occupants in a side-on crash.

The five-star rating for the Camry range applies from May production. [Source]
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