For adult occupant protection, Toyota Urban Cruiser was awarded a 4-star safety rating with, 13.52 points out of 17. According to the test, protection offered to the driver’s and passenger’s head and neck was adjudged to be good while the bodyshell was rated as stable.In terms of child occupant protection, the SUV scored 3-stars, securing 36.68 points out of 49. The new Hyundai Creta managed to secure a 3-star rating for adult protection. The test reveals that the SUV’s body shells are unstable and can’t withstand further loadings. The car footrest was also rated unstable. The Creta only secured a 3-star rating for child occupant protection, with 28.29 points out of a maximum of 49.Also, the base variant of Creta lacks different security features.The Nissan Magnite has received a 4-star rating in the adult occupant protection test, scoring 11.85 points out of a possible 17. Sadly, the car failed to perform well in its child occupant protection test, scoring just 2 stars, out of 49.The Mahindra Thar managed to secure 4-stars for adult occupant protection with 12.52 points. According to Global NCAP, Thar bodyshell was stable but its footwell area was rated unstable. For the child occupant protection SUV scored 4-stars with 41.11 points out of a 49.The Mahindra Thar comes with three-point seat belts as standard for all passengers, and also has standard ISOFIX child-seat mounts, which helped it in securing a 4-star rating.Recently launched, Tata Punch has scored a 5-star safety rating for adult occupants with 16.45 points. Coming to child safety, the car scored a 4-star rating in this category. Tata Punch competes in the premium hatchback segment with an SUV appeal.According to the company, Punch is designed to meet higher safety standards as it is equipped with two airbags, 4-channel ABS, ISOFIX and anchorage for child occupant production along with a reverse parking camera, auto headlamps, rear defogger and rain-sensing wipers.The Mahindra’s XUV700 is the only three-row SUV to get a 5-star safety rating. The SUV received a full 5-star rating for adult occupant protection and child occupant safety too. The SUV scored 16.03 points out of 17 for adult occupant protection and 41.66 points for child occupant protection out of 49. The test reveals that Mahindra XUV700 offer good protection to the driver and passenger's chest, head, neck and knees.The company has packed XUV700 with a bunch of safety and tech features. Also, keeping safety in mind, XUV700 base variants get all the safety features such as seven airbags, an autonomous emergency braking system, adaptive cruise control and more. XUV300 is the first vehicle of Mahindra that received a 5-star rating from GNCAP. The SUV is packed with a bunch of safety features including 6 airbags. During the test, the XUV300 bodyshell was stable also neck, head and knee protection for adult occupants was good. The chest protection for the front passenger was also good and it was rated adequate for the driver.Initially, Tata Nexon received a 4-stars safety rating. The updated variant of Tata Nexon with seatbelt reminders passed a side-impact test which helped it to score 5- stars (16.06 points) for adult protection. The Tata Nexon became the first made-in-India, sold-in-India car to achieve a 5-star safety rating. A test also revealed that the car has good protection for the head and neck of the driver and passenger, and adequate protection for their chests.