The driver dummy's head bottomed-out the airbag and deformed the upper part of the steering-wheel rim. The lower part of the steering-wheel was deformed by contact with the chest. Damage around the driver's door aperture suggested that the bodyshell had been loaded as far as posssible and could not have withstood a more severe impact. Structures in the dashboard presented a potential hazard to the knees and femurs of the driver and the passenger.
Protection of the chest was rated as 'weak'.
The head of the 3 year old dummy moved forward more than 550mm in the frontal test, making it vulnerable to contact with parts of the car's interior. A rearward-facing child restraint should not be used in the front passenger's seat as the airbag in that position cannot be deactivated. The presence of ISOFIX anchorages in the rear outboard seats was not sufficiently prominently marked.
The bumper scored no points for the protection it offered to pedestrians' lower legs.