Euro NCAP awards Wednesday, February 28th 2007.

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Euro NCAP today releases the results of five cars: the Fiat Bravo, the Honda
CR-V, the Honda Legend, the Mitsubishi Outlander and the Toyota Corolla.

Summary of Results

Small Family

Small Off-Roader


The ratings for these cars can be seen in more detail at

Euro NCAP's commitment to consumers ensures that test results are released
as soon as possible. Keep checking our website for details of forthcoming

For further information please contact the Euro NCAP office:

Editors' notes

1. With the introdsuction some time ago of the Child Occupant Protection
rating it is important to refer to the Adult Occupant Protection rating
correctly. In the past, this has been referred to as the ¨Overall¨ or
¨Occupant¨ rating. Neither of these is now satisfactory.

2. The front impact test is conducted at 64km/h (40mph) into an offset
deformable barrier, the side impact test 50km/h (30mph), the pole test at
29km/h (18mph) and the pedestrian tests at 40km/h (25mph).

3. Comparison between Size Categories: It is essential that no attempt is
made to compare the ratings between cars in different segments or mass
groups. The frontal crash test aims to measure the performance of the car
impacting another car of similar mass. There is no capability to determine
what would happen if cars of widely different masses impact each other. It
is not primarily the mass difference that has the effect, but the effect
that mass has on the structural stiffness combined with the relative height
of the structures from the ground.

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