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The head of Dacia explained why he is not worried about the failed crash tests of Sandero, Logan, Jogger and Spring

Denis Le Vot, head of Dacia, said he was not concerned about the low final results of the Euro NCAP crash tests, which are not an indicator of the safety of the brand’s cars.
Four Dacia models at once received low Euro NCAP scores in passive safety tests. So, Sandero and Logan scored two points out of five, while Jogger and Spring received one point each.

It doesn’t really bother me. It’s all about choice and you know we take passive safety seriously because we care about people. But there is something about active safety that we can discuss.

Denis Le Vot


He explained the low final scores according to the results of the crash test by the lack of active safety systems in the tested cars, which, according to Euro NCAP experts, should be included in the basic equipment. Without active systems, Sandero Stepway and Logan would have been able to score four stars in crash tests.
Many disable the lane keeping system. You are doing this because you are human and you are assessing the situation to deactivate the technology. We do not sell this technology to you. If we know people are turning off lane keeping, then why would we sell it? It’s very philosophical, we can talk about it for seven hours, but it’s really a matter of choice. We take it very seriously and we care a lot about passive safety, but when it comes to active safety, we make choices. For us, this is not important.
Denis Le Vot
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