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[YesAuto crash results] A few days ago, Euro-NCAP officially announced a set of latest crash test results. The crash test included three models including Nissan’s new X-Trail overseas version, Mercedes-Benz V-Class and Citroen C4 Cactus. In the collision results of these three models, except for the Citroen C4 Cactus, which received a four-star evaluation, the other two models received a five-star evaluation.

● Nissan's new X-Trail overseas version

First of all, the first set of collision results is the overseas version of Nissan's all-new X-Trail. This car has good scores for adult and child protection in the car, as well as for pedestrian protection and safety assistance configuration scores. The crash performance is very good, so it is not surprising that it has received a five-star rating. However, the collision performance of this car can only represent the performance of the overseas version of the new Qijun, and does not fully represent the performance of the domestic new Qijun.

● Mercedes-Benz V-Class

Regarding the collision performance of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class, the new car has a good performance in the protection of adults and children in the car and the score of the safety assistance configuration. Among them, the protection of the adults in the car has achieved high scores. However, due to the unreasonable design of the inner side of the A-pillar and the engine compartment cover, the protection score for pedestrians is relatively low. Overall, the Mercedes-Benz V-Class has received a five-star rating.

● Citroen C4 Cactus

The crash score of the last model is the Citroen C4 Cactus. The new car's protection scores for adults and children in the car and pedestrian protection scores are very balanced and can be evaluated as excellent. However, due to the low score of the safety assistance configuration of this car, its overall overall score evaluation was lowered, and it was finally a four-star overall evaluation, which is more regrettable.