SA crash test results: Datsun Go+

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Cape Town - Global NCAP and the Automobile Association of South Africa has launched the  #SaferCarsforAfrica campaign in Cape Town.

The campaign coincides with the first independent crash tests of some of South Africa’s most popular compact cars.

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Here's how the Datsun Go+ performed: Video and full results below

According to the Global NCAP:"The GO+ achieved a one star rating for its poor adult occupant protection mainly in the Driver chest in the frontal crash test at 64km/h. The vehicle structure was rated as unstable, steering wheel movement, even though a steering wheel airbag was fitted, recorded high compression to the chest of the driver dummy. There was no airbag for the passenger. The Datsun GO+ achieved a two star rating for child occupant protection using the child seats."

Datsun Go+ - 1/5

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