Indepth Car Review: Seat Ateca vs VW Tiguan crash test – neu new EURO NCAP – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Seat Ateca vs VW Tiguan crash test – neu new EURO NCAP – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Seat Ateca vs VW Tiguan crash test – neu new EURO NCAP – Autogefühl



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17 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Seat Ateca vs VW Tiguan crash test – neu new EURO NCAP – Autogefühl”

  1. It looks like when the side curtain airbags deploy on the first crash for the Tiguan, They lower 2 seconds after their deployed.

  2. Can it be customized to activate side airbags even for the front impact? Watch the dummy, the head hit into the B column is terrible. And VW has it.

  3. I think Volkswagen Tiguan is better because at the side impact the glass didn't break and at the front offset test the adult at the back didn't get such a big whiplash I think the safety belts at the back are tight so I think two cars are best

  4. The EuroNCAP videos can often be misrepresentative of the full testing,
    due to the fact they are not demonstrating all probes.
    or at least comparable views and probes under the exact same conditions.

    It seems they are omitting some probes in the presentation of the testing
    and annotate several aspects which cannot be straightaway comparable .
    For a standardized method they undergo in the testing,
    it shouldn't be equally hard for them to present standardized aspects of the procedure.

    As an example,
    in the AEB pedestrian probe part,
    the Ateca tested is shown under 30, 35, 45 and 60 km/h speeds,
    in comparison to the Tiguan shown in 30, 40 and 45 km/h speeds respectively.
    For one who hasn't paid attention to those details,
    the remark caption demonstrates that the Tiguan reduces more efficiently its speed to 11km/h whilst the Ateca to 30 km/h .
    Yes both siblings Tiguan and Ateca fail that specific testing,
    but the Tiguan likely gives the impression of being more efficient in reducing the pedestrian's injury impact
    though not under the same speed circumstances
    ie Tiguan's speed is 45 km/h and Ateca's up to 60 km/h.

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