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Renault introduced the 'Safety for All' program. Emergency Brake Assistance (EBA) was also introduced.
Renault introduced Electronic Stability Control (ESC) in Laguna II, an anti-skid system and third-generation SRP. Laguna II was the first car in market to get a five-star rating in the Euro NCAP crash tests.
The Mégane II and Vel Satis receive five-star Euro NCAP crash test ratings.
The Scénic and Espace receive five-star Euro NCAP crash test ratings.
Five-star Euro NCAP crash tests were achieved by Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet and Modus (the first vehicle in its class to get five stars).
Clio III received a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.
Laguna III receives a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating with a record score of 36 points out of 37.
Renault Koleos received a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.
New Mégane gets five stars in Euro NCAP crash tests with the highest score in all vehicle categories: 37 points out of 37.
The Grand Scénic is the 12th Renault model to receive a Euro NCAP five-star rating, despite the stepping up of the severity of the independent body's evaluation criteria at the start of 2009.
Despite the tightening of the requirements in the Euro NCAP crash tests in January 2012, the new Clio receives a five-star rating. This result confirms the expertise of Renault in passive safety once again. With a score of 85% overall, Clio compares favourably to its predecessor and is positioned in the forefront of its segment.