WATCH | The safest cars tested in 2020

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• Euro Ncap released its final round of crash test results for 2020. 

• Several cars scored five out of five. 

• The Audi A3 Sportback, Isuzu D-Max and Land Rover Defender were among the cars that scored full the maximum. 

Crash testing organisation Euro Ncap has revealed its final data for the year - here are some of the cars that scored five out of five in 2020.

According to the safety body, seven cars were tested against its latest protocols. The Audi A3 Sportback, Seat Leon, Isuzu D-Max, Kia Sorento and Land Rover Defender achieve the maximum five stars. The Honda E settles for four stars and the Hyundai i10 gets three, according to the organisation.

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The Volkswagen ID3, the company's first mass production electric vehicle also scored five out five. Euro Ncap, commenting on the Isuzu D-Max's performance in the test results said: "Competing in a segment that is not famous for highlighting safety, the D-Max crew cab is impressively equipped, with standard restraints, AEB and a new centre airbag."

"The mobile progressive deformable barrier test showed that its weight and front structure make the bakkieaggressive to other vehicles in a collision," it concluded.

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