List of 5 top best 7 seater car in India is given below on the basis of Global NCAP crash test. Car enthusiast are looking for best features car in 6 – 7 seater car but also looking for safety in the SUV, MPV cars to buy, now a days consumers are also looking for safety rating for the car before making any decision to buy a new car and invest their hard earned money and looking for a value for money car for them.
The below top 5 7-seater cars of India are based on The Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP) which assess the cars safety by crash test on various parameters. Checkout the top 5 safest car list in India below
List of Top 5 Safest 7-Seater Car in India
|Car Name||Global NCAP Safety Rating||Total Safety Points|
|Mahindra XUV700||5 – Star Rating||16.03 points|
|Mahindra Marazzo||4 – Star Rating||12.85 points|
|Renault Triber||4 – Star Rating||11.62 points|
|Kia Carens||3 – Star Rating||9.30 points|
|Maruti Suzuki Ertiga||3 – Star Rating||9.25 points|
You must be wondering why we have only listed out top 5 safest car and not 10 or 15 and why other 6 and 7 seater cars are not included in the list ? this is because all the 7 seater cars in Indian market like Mahindra Bolero, Scorpio N, Toyota Fortuner, Hyundai Alcazar, Jeep Meridian, Innova Crysta, Maruti Suzuki XL6, Tata Safari, Harrier, MG Hector Plus etc all the other car which are not listed are not yet tested by GNCAP, these all other 7 seater cars in this budget and high end budget are not tested for Global NCAP crash test and that is why they are not in the list.
The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has approves the draft notification to introduce Bharat NCAP, wherein automobiles in India shall be accorded star ratings based on crash tests factoring in Indian driving conditions. Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that “The testing protocol of Bharat NCAP shall be aligned with Global Crash Test Protocols factoring in the existing Indian regulations, allowing OEMs to get their vehicles tested at India’s own in-house testing facilities.”