The 108 received four stars out of a maximum five in its Euro NCAP crash test, scoring 80% for both adult and child occupant protection; those figures are almost a perfect match for the scores posted by the Hyundai i10.
Every 108 gets six airbags, hill-start control, tyre-pressure monitoring, ESP and a speed limiter (on manual models). It also has ISOfix anchoring points, and Allure trim and above gets automatic headlights.
All versions get remote central locking, a steering column lock and an immobiliser. Even so, security firm Thatcham has rated the 108 poorly in its resistance to being broken into, awarding it two stars out of a possible five. Its resistance to being driven away is better, though – it scored four.
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