WATCH: NP300, Picanto, Yaris and i20 hatchback - here's how some of SA's most popular cars fair in crash tests

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Image: Global NCAP
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In 2017 Global NCAP and the Automobile Association of South Africa launched the #SaferCarsforAfrica campaign. Earlier in November, the two organisations launched the second part of their project.

In 2018, the organisations have released their latest crash test results for another four South African vehicles.

The four models tested show a wide range of safety performance, from zero to three stars for adult protection and child protection. The vehicles tested in the second round of tests are the Hyundai i20, Toyota Yaris, Kia Picanto, and the Nissan NP300 bakkie.

READ: Crash tests for SA cars: The NCAP safety conundrum

Watch how four vehicles sold locally perform in this year's crash tests: 

1. Toyota Yaris (2018)

2. Hyundai i20 (2018)

3. Kia Picanto (2018)


4. Nissan NP300 (2018)

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