- The 5-star JNCAP rating applies to the Toyota Raize and the Daihatsu Rocky
- Both models use the DNGA platform, a low-cost version of Toyota’s modular TNGA platform
- They scored 85.7/100 points in the crash tests and 73.6/141 points in the preventative safety performance tests
The Toyota Raize and the Daihatsu Rocky have been awarded a 5-star rating in collision safety by the Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP). The crash test rating is the highest that can be given to a vehicle – the Raize was given this rating by scoring 85.7/100 points in the crash tests, where it performed exceptionally well in the front and side impact tests. By scoring 73.6/141 points in the preventative safety performance test, the Raize was given a ASV++ rating, which is the second highest possible. It scored well in the lane-keep and rear-view monitoring tests.