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2015-11-09 14:00

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The Vitara’s advanced safety equipment is designed to anticipate and help avoid imminent danger in case of a collision.

Seven airbags for seven times the protection The impressive safety features are made up of dual front, side and curtain airbags and a knee airbag for the driver. The safety-packed Vitara achieved a 5-star EuroNCAP rating.

Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Brake Assist System (BAS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution(EBD) and Electronic Stability Program (ESP) come standard on all models, giving you total confidence behind the wheel. 

Hill Descent Control

When the vehicle is travelling down a steep downward slope and engine braking is not sufficient to slow it down, the Vitara’s Hill Descent Control system engages (in active AllGrip LOCK mode). The traction control light informs that brakes are slowing down the car, letting the driver concentrate on steering operations.

It lives
From the initial development stage, Vitara was designed with personalisation in mind. Its legacy lives on as a fresh sport utility vehicle; shrunken to meet contemporary needs with a striking on-road presence, distinctive exterior and sharp, sporty looks. All this and more, makes the stylish new Vitara a thrilling SUV that gives you the itch to start it up and drive, and drive, and drive.

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