The Mahindra XUV300 became the safest car in the Indian market when it came out. The sub-4m SUV is one of the safest vehicles for sale in the Indian market and this accident in Orissa reinforces the demand.
Reported the accident Pratik Singh Shows an isolated Mahindra XUV300. The owner of the car, who was driving the car, survived to tell the story of how it happened. The incident took place in Orissa when the owner was driving it at a speed of 80-90 km / h.
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While passing by, the owner suddenly saw a herd of cattle in the middle of the road. To avoid hitting the cattle, the owner takes a sharp turn at high speed which causes the XUV300 to overturn. The car went out of control and overturned on the slope more than once. The owner said the car rolled about 30 feet.
Only the car owner was present at the time of the accident. He got out of the car safely and received only a few minor injuries. The XUV300’s pictures, however, look quite scary. More than one object of the car fell around in the collision. Even batteries and radiators are separated from the fan car.
However, the pictures indicate that the structure of the Mahindra XUV300 is as strong as ever. The pillars are intact and the airbags worked perfectly to protect the driver from any kind of injury. We can see that both the front airbags of the XUV300 are open.
The XUV300 has become the safest car
The Mahindra XUV300 received a 5-star Global NCAP rating for adult safety earlier this year. The car received a 4-star safety rating for child passenger safety. Both the Adult Safety and Child Safety scores are higher than any other car in the Indian market, which is why the XUV300 has been awarded. The vehicle was further tested by G-NCAP for Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and pedestrian safety requirements.
Misguided cattle are a big problem
Wandering creatures are quite unpredictable on the road and can go anywhere. Misguided cattle are a major problem on many Indian highways and little has been done to remove them from the roads. Earlier, Uttar Pradesh officials applied high-reflective tape to the horns of stray cattle to make them more visible at night. However, so far no steps have been taken to remove these risks from the roads. No casualties were reported and everyone was safe, the report said.
Driving defensively on Indian roads is always safe and be sure of the road ahead before overtaking. One should always be sure when overtaking and know the road ahead. Many incidents recorded in the past have shown that blindly overtaking can lead to massive accidents, especially on Indian roads which is very unexpected.
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