Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 18:17:52 +0200 From: "Simon Putz" <simon.putznopsamline.de> Subject: Re: SAAB Safety?
"Christian" <rejewskinopsamail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:al14ul$cb5$4nopsam.uwa.edu.au... > Henrik B. wrote: > > > Christian wrote: > > :: Not as good as the Renault Laguna, first car to achieve five stars > > :: on this test. A Merc has recently achieved the same score. Of > > > > The Saab and the Volvo S80 is THE SAFEST CARS EVER TESTED by EuroNCAP!! > > You cannot compare the different classes in the EuroNCAP test. ALSO, the > > reason for Saab and Volvo to "only" have 4 stars is, that back in '99 when > > they were tested, 4 stars was maximum. > > Ok, please explain it to me then! How can they be the safest cars ever > tested if another couple of cars get an additional star? All the motoring > articles I've read say that Laguna is the safest car ever tested so > obviously I'm not the only one who doesn't understand the subtles involved > here. :-) they also give points for security that passengers have when they "crash" the car. maybe its not that healthy running into a saab i guess? bye simon putz