In the latest batch of Euro NCAP crash tests, the new Honda Civic Sedan Hybrid and the Skoda Fabia didn’t manage to receive the maximum five-star rating expected in adult occupant protection by most consumers in Europe. Instead both models scored four out of five for adult occupant protection meaning that the Honda received the same ratings as the Civic 5d and the Skoda as the previous generation Fabia. -Continued after the jump
In child occupant safety, the Honda Civic Sedan Hybrid achieved four out five stars while the Skoda managed a mere three stars. Similarly in pedestrian protection, the Civic was rated with a satisfactory three out of four stars while the Fabia was contempt again with a mediocre two out of four.
SKODA FABIA II
HONDA CIVIC HYBRID