The Chevrolet Colorado is awarded five stars while the no-airbag Kia Picanto gets no stars as the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries ends its pilot phase. The Honda CR-V and the home-grown Proton Prevé – along with its hatchback version, the Proton Suprima S – also receive five stars. Another iteration of the Picanto, a front-engine, front-wheel-drive model with six airbags, was given four stars for both adult and child protection. Versions of the ...

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