Safety

21st Century History

 

2000 Safety for all

Renault introduced the 'Safety for All' program. Emergency Brake Assistance (EBA) was also introduced.

2001 The first car with 5 stars

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.

2002 5 stars for Mégane and Vel Satis

The Mégane II and Vel Satis receive five-star Euro NCAP crash test ratings.

2003 5 stars for Scénic and Espace

The Scénic and Espace receive five-star Euro NCAP crash test ratings.

2004 Small car, perfect safety

Five-star Euro NCAP crash tests were achieved by Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet and Modus (the first vehicle in its class to get five stars).

2005 5 stars for Clio

Clio III received a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.

2007 Revolutionary

Laguna III receives a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating with a record score of 36 points out of 37.

2008 5 stars for Koleos

Renault Koleos received a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.

2008 New Mégane - Safest Vehicle in any category

New Mégane gets five stars in Euro NCAP crash tests with the highest score in all vehicle categories: 37 points out of 37.

2009 New Renault Grand Scénic

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.

2012 5-star Euro NCAP rating for new Clio

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.