With a rating of 37 points out of a total of 37 in its Euro NCAP crash tests, the latest Renault Megane has attained the combined highest score ever, corresponding to that of Qashqai, from sister firm Nissan, last year.
The most current Renault Megane turns out to be the 11th Renault variant to garner the highest five-star ranking, which is not totally surprising knowing that safety is in its typical characteristics.
As a basic part of the car, its active and passive safety levels were designed from the beginning to produce fresh standards in its category.
The deliberately designed deformation structure of the latest Renault Megane's absorbs energy in the event of a collision to guarantee the reliability of the passenger compartment and the protection of its occupants.
It integrates materials and ultra high flexible steels for absorbing and dissolving as much kinetic energy as possible.
Regulated deformation guarantees that passengers are caused to experience lower deceleration forces and, mated with the third-generation Renault System for Restraint and Protection (SRP3) ensures an exceptionally elevated level of safety.