Hyundai Venue might not have an official global NCAP safety rating but it has been performing impressively well in real life accidents.
According to a latest incident, a Hyundai Venue falls 150-ft from the road but manages to keep the driver safe. Although the Venue has not undergone crash testing by the Global NCAP, real-life incidents provide some positive insights. As a compact SUV, the Venue holds a significant position as one of the top-selling products in its segment in our market. Hyundai has recently updated it with their latest design philosophy, enhancing its visual appeal. Moreover, the Korean auto giant has equipped it with cutting-edge technology and convenience features. Here are the details of the latest crash.
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Hyundai Venue Falls 150-ft Off Road
The video has been uploaded by Nikhil Rana on YouTube. This channel keeps featuring content around the performances of popular cars during unfortunate incidents as well as a road safety. This time around, a case has emerged from Sirmaur distt, Himachal Pradesh. As per the information in the video, the Venue owner was travelling at night on a mountainous road. The road was under construction and there was construction material laid on the surface. He was travelling at around 40 km/h. Unfortunately, the vehicle skidded off the surface and ended up falling 150-ft off the road.
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Thankfully, it got stuck in a tree. Since the driver was alone and wearing seat belt, the airbags got deployed and he didn’t face any grave injuries. Looking at the condition of the car, the performance is quite impressive since the side pillars have observed the impact not letting it seep into the cabin. Even the other components of the vehicle are damaged. Nevertheless, the fact that it was able to save the driver is quite remarkable. The driver warns the viewers to not drive during the nights in hilly roads, especially if they are under construction and always wear seat belts.
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What We Think
There are thousands of lives lost in road accidents in a country each year. Most of these crashes take place due to the negligence of the drivers and the disregard for the traffic regulations. It is high time we start becoming responsible drivers and ensure that we don’t get involved in practises that can jeopardise our safety and the safety of others on the roads. Let us pledge to make our roads safer than what they are at the moment.
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