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The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) gave the C-HR five stars out of five for safety rating. The C-HR may look razor sharp, but those edges won't detract from the vehicle's overall safety.

Good news for anyone who was wondering about the car's safety. but then again, this is a Toyota and they're generally built very sturdy.

here's the ANCAP site: https://www.ancap.com.au/
 

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If only we have a picture of the interior after this test crash occurred. Would give us an idea on how much of the cabin was breached around the leg area.

 

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I took a look at the crash report and in a full width frontal crash, the legs looks to be fine and most of the force will go to the chest. Makes sense because of the seat belt. In a frontal offset crash, the calve area has acceptable results, so probably not a lot of cabin penetration.
 
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