The Kia Morning compact car and Hyundai Eon city car get zero-star ratings after Southeast Asian safety crash tests, with the Eon unable to score a single point.

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations New Car Assessment Program says the Kia Morning tested was from the Indonesian market, while the Hyundai Eon left-hand-drive variant was from the Philippines.

Both lacked airbags and received zero-star ratings in the adult-occupant-protection category.

The Morning scored 1.48 points and Eon zero points out of a possible 16.

For child-occupant protection, both models achieved 1-star ratings with 27% compliance.

ASEAN NCAP Chairman Wong Shaw Voon says the Morning and Eon are popular entry-level cars in their respective countries.

“Hence, we are sad to share…we have a new car in the ASEAN market that failed to score a single point out of the 16.00 points assessment criteria,” Voon says in a statement.

“This is similar to the test conducted by Safer Cars for India project with Global NCAP in which the same model, Hyundai Eon, received zero stars with similar points at 0.00 from the maximum of 17.00 points.”

ASEAN NCAP announces the results at an automobile-safety forum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, releasing ratings on seven models.