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    زمان پیوستن
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    ایران خودرو دیزل اکثر لوازمی که روز اول روی خودرویی که به عنوان نمونه آورده بودن رو آپشن کرده حتی در تبلیغات سایت این لوازم رو جزء لوازم اصلی میدیدیم اما الان آپشنه . حتی شیشه و آینه برقی

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    زمان پیوستن
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    من این عکس ها رو دیدم که ثبت نام کردم نمیدونستم در حد عکس باقی می مونند

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    ضمنا دوستانی که میخواهند اطلاعات زمان تحویل و ... رو بگیرند از دفتر فروش با شماره های 02164031017 و 02164031052 و 02164031228 سوال کنند .

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    نتایج تست تصادف در ANCAP



    Foton Tunland ANCAP Crash Test

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    Occupant Protection Score 24 out of 37
    Pedestrian Protection Rating N/A
    Make Foton
    Model Tunland
    Category Commercial
    Body Type Ute
    Variant Dual Cab 4x4 P201
    Tested Vehicles Built 2012
    Airbags (if supplied) Dual front airbags
    Engine size 2.8 L
    Kerb Weight 2000 kg
    Test Date 15 February 2013
    Tested By ANCAP


    The Foton Tunland was introduced in Australia late in 2012.
    Dual front airbags, antilock brakes (ABS) and electronic brake distribution (EBD) are standard. Electronic stability control (ESC) is not available.
    The driver has an audible seat belt alarm but it does not meet ANCAP's requirements for an additional point.
    There are no top tether anchorages for child restraints so this vehicle is unsuitable for transporting children under the age of four.
    A two point seat belt is fitted to the centre rear seat. This provides inferior protection compared with a three point seat belt. Foton has advised ANCAP that ESC and top tethers are part of a production upgrade planned later in 2013.
    Occupant protection

    Frontal Offset Test.
    Each body region is scored out of 4 points
    Head / neck: 4.00 points
    Chest: 2.00 points
    Upper legs: 2.00 points
    Lower legs: 0.00 points
    The passenger compartment held its shape well in the offset test.
    Pedal and steering wheel displacements were reasonably well controlled.
    Driver and passenger contact with the airbags was stable.
    Steering column components were a potential knee injury hazard for the driver.
    A metal bracket above the glove box was a potential knee injury risk for the passenger. All doors remained closed during the crash.
    After the crash a pinch bar was needed to open the driver door. A tailshaft bracket contacted the plastic fuel tank during the crash but did not puncture the tank.
    Side Impact Test.
    Each body region is scored out of 4 points
    Head: 4.00 points
    Chest: 4.00 points
    Abdomen: 4.00 points
    Pelvis: 4.00 points
    The side impact test normally used by ANCAP simulates a small car striking the driver's door of the test vehicle. Experience shows that large vehicles like the Tunland can be expected to perform well in this test. ANCAP has adopted a policy of awarding these types of vehicles a default score of 16 points (out of 16).





    Modifiers - Offset test scores

    Head No deduction
    Chest No deduction
    Upper leg 2.00 points (knee hazards)
    Lower leg No deduction
    Foot score 0.38 points (pedal displacement)
    Note: Deductions from side impact test score
    Chest: Default score

    Other Modifiers

    Intrusion measurements

    Steering Column
    Forwards: 30mm
    Upwards: 59mm
    Sideways: 20mm

    Pedals
    Brake (rearwards): 110mm
    Throttle (upwards): 9mm
    A-Pillar (rearwards): 4mm
    Note: Steering column and pedal movements are measured relative to the driver’s seat.


    Safety Features

    Driver airbag S
    Antilock (ABS) brakes / Electronic brake distribution S
    Passenger front airbag S
    Electronic stability control (ESC, VSC, DSc, ESP, VSA) S
    Side airbags, front seats - chest protection X
    3 point centre rear seat belt X
    Side airbags, front seats - head protection X
    Active head restraints - front seats X
    Side airbags, rear seats - head protection X
    Intelligent seat belt reminder - driver X
    Intelligent seat belt reminder - front passenger X
    Whiplash protection (RCAR protocol) No whiplash test was conducted.
    Driver knee airbag X
    Front/rear seat belt pretensioners S
    Rear seat belt status indicator X
    Key:
    √ = Fitted to vehicle that was crash tested (where not standard)
    S = standard on all models
    S* = Standard for petrol models but not available for LPG models until 1 May 2009
    O = optional on base variant. May be standard on higher variants
    V = not available on base variant but standard or optional on higher variants
    X = not available on any variant.
    * = not available on the Australian model
    # ESC required by ANCAP for 5 star rating from 2008.


    Injury Measurements

    Refer to the information sheet "How the tests are done" Offset Crash Test
    at 64 km/h
    (v4.1)

    Side Impact
    Crash at
    50 km/h
    (v4.1)

    Driver
    Passenger
    Driver
    Head
    Head Injury Criterion (HIC) is a measure of the potential for head injury. At a HIC of 1000 one in 6 adults will suffer from life-threatening injury to their brain.
    Neck
    Shear (kN) 0.50 0.41 Default score awarded
    Tension (kN) 2.49 1.96 Default score awarded
    Extension (Nm) 20.10 8.6 Default score awarded
    Chest
    Compression (mm) 36.02 29.40 Default score awarded
    Viscous Criterion (m/s) 0.16 0.16 Default score awarded
    Chest compression of 75 or more, or chest acceleration of 90 or more indicates poor protection from serious chest injury.
    Abdomen
    Force (kN) -
    Pelvis
    Force (kN) -
    Upper Legs
    Force Left (kN) 1.98 0.48
    Force Right (kN) 0.80 1.77
    Knee Disp. Left (mm) 2.21 0.46
    Knee Disp. Right (mm) 0.04 4.36
    An upper leg axial force of 10.9 or more indicates poor protection from serious upper leg (femur) injury.
    Lower Legs
    Force Left (kN) 4.90 1.87
    Force Right (kN) 6.40 2.62
    Index (upper/lower) Left 0.66 / 1.32 0.26 / 0.20
    Index (upper/lower) Right 1.35 / 0.61 0.70 / 0.37
    A lower leg index of 1.2 or more indicates poor protection from serious lower leg (tibia) injury.
    Bonus points (maximum 5):
    Pole test: The Tunland was not eligible for a pole test as it does not have head-protecting side airbags. Seat belt reminders: X

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