The Maruti Suzuki Waggon R, Maruti Suzuki Alto K10, Skoda Slavia, and Volkswagen Virtus

the Global NCAP organization's preliminary 2023 crash test findings, which were just released.

In the most recent iteration of the crash test, the Maruti Waggon R was only given one star.

For adult occupant protection, the well-liked hatchback from the Indian automaker received 19.69 

out of 34 points, while for kid occupant protection, it received 3.40 out of 49 points. 

The Wagon R in question was equipped with safety features in the form of dual airbags, ABS with EBD, 

tensioners and load limiters for the front-row occupants. The body shell of the model was rated as unstable.

Speaking on the occasion, Alejandro Furas, Secretary General, Global NCAP, said, “Since 2014

 Global NCAP has been encouraging a market shift in India for safer cars. 

We have been delighted with the positive response from Indian automakers and some global automakers as well.