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ANCAP crash course: The good, the bad, and the dangerous
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4th Feb 2017
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ANCAP crash course: The good, the bad, and the dangerous

'Safety first'. It's a phrase commonly uttered in schools, workplaces, and even in the home. But in the wake of the Ford Mustang’s recent two-star ANCAP safety rating, the notion of safety actually being first has, yet again, come to the fore. To talk about how far vehicle safety has come, where it is today, and where it’s headed in future, CarAdvice caught up with former Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) chairman, Lauchlan McIntosh. Firstly, though, some background.
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David Zalstein
Subaru EyeSight active safety technology as vital as all-wheel drive
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23rd Feb 2016
2 min read

Subaru EyeSight active safety technology as vital as all-wheel drive

Subaru says its active safety technologies are being introduced and marketed to consumers with the same level of importance as its all-wheel drive credentials. Speaking to CarAdvice at the launch of the 2016 Subaru Forester, Liberty and Outback, Subaru Australia’s managing director, Nick Senior, said the rate at which the brand’s active safety system – called Subaru Eyesight – has been taken up by customers has been very positive.
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Subaru EyeSight Review
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21st May 2012
5 min read

Subaru EyeSight Review

There was a time when Honda was the leading innovator of technology among the mainstream Japanese manufacturers. But it’s 2012 and times have changed. Subaru is taking on the technology race by releasing its EyeSight system on the range-topping Liberty and Outback models as standard equipment.
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