A 50 Mph, 70% overlap rear crash test.

Result: Pass - No Fuel Leak.

This is a test on the fuel system to ensure there is no fuel leakage in a high-speed rear-end collision. There is no instrumentation in the dummies.

Applies to:
2018-2020 Models
Ford EcoSport models built at any location.
With or Without Rear-Mounted Spare Tire.

Comments

    • Marcelo Casanova
      Marcelo Casanova

      Buena carrocería, se pueden todavía abrir las puertas

      about 3 months ago
    • Tommy V
      Tommy V

      Didn’t expect it to do much better

      about 4 months ago
    • Chris Hoops
      Chris Hoops

      This car didn't perform that well. The seat backs collapsed which puts the front seat occupants at risk of spinal injuries, and the lift gate separated at the top which technically means it failed Standard 207

      about 5 months ago
    • Diwakar Diwa
      Diwakar Diwa In reply to Chris Hoops

      You stupid Chris hoops

      about 1 month ago
    • Andy G.
      Andy G. In reply to Chris Hoops

      @Chris Hoops, the rear hatch is a swing gate, it's a side opening door hinged on the left side, not the top.

      about 2 months ago
    • Tommy V
      Tommy V In reply to Chris Hoops

      Chris Hoops the hatch latches did not entirely fail, the rear hatch opens to the side there’s not an actual latch on the roof, its does similar to a side impact where the top of the doors bend open

      about 4 months ago
    • cool brenner 9
      cool brenner 9

      Please do Chevy Tahoe please

      about 5 months ago
    • cool brenner 9
      cool brenner 9 In reply to cool brenner 9

      Or a Chevy suburban please

      about 5 months ago
    • Dmitriy Kotov
      Dmitriy Kotov

      Why is it so many US crash test videos, while its rare to get something from "progressive" Europe? Its funnier that they still dont test cars for smalll overlap

      about 5 months ago
    • Marco Fiorillo
      Marco Fiorillo In reply to Dmitriy Kotov

      for 20 years, Americans didn't even test a side impact....
      EU are for preventing accidents. So, they are pushing for Active safety features.

      about 2 months ago
    • Bruno Carvalho
      Bruno Carvalho

      We can see a pretty good evolution based on previous gen. Here in Brazil still have the Jurassic spare tyre on trunk lid. Guess the rear impact for this configuration can be worst, due the whell intrusion and deformation in this side.

      about 5 months ago
    • Hector Vazquez
      Hector Vazquez

      Wow. Lifts up rear wheels on impact. Rear occupants would be injured quite bad in this scenario.

      about 5 months ago
    • Shouryasingh Ranawat
      Shouryasingh Ranawat In reply to Hector Vazquez

      It has door latches on side, not on the roof.

      about 4 months ago
    • Hector Vazquez
      Hector Vazquez In reply to Hector Vazquez

      Greg Caesar your welcome

      about 4 months ago
    • Greg Caesar
      Greg Caesar In reply to Hector Vazquez

      Thank you, Mr. Car ‘Expert.’ 🙄

      about 5 months ago