Thai-built Nissan March among first models crash-tested by regional agency.
The New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) delays releasing the results of its latest vehicle safety testing and moves the announcement from Thailand to Malaysia because of the unstable political situation in Bangkok. ASEAN NCAP Deputy Secretary-General Azhar Hamzah says the changes are for safety and security considerations for the event and its participants. “The event in March will be postponed by about a month from the original dates, including a ...
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