Over a month after it first published its latest crash test results, ASEAN NCAP has released the videos of the eight vehicles it tested, with five of them scoring five-star safety ratings.

These vehicles include the new Honda Civic, which scored 14.74 points out of a maximum of 16 for adult occupant protection (AOP), while its child occupant protection (COP) compliance percentage of 86% was enough for it to gain a four-star COP rating. Malaysian models get six airbags, stability control and a passenger seat belt reminder across the range, so all of them are eligible for the top rating.

Also gaining five stars were the Toyota Sienta (15.26 points in AOP, 74% COP compliance, four-star COP rating), the new Hyundai Elantra (14.73 points in AOP, 77% COP compliance, four-star COP rating) and the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (15.26 points in AOP, 76% COP compliance, four-star COP rating).

The Thai-market Nissan NP300 Navara was retested as well, with a new driver’s knee airbag helping the pick-up truck to score 14.44 points in AOP, up from 12.34 points it obtained in March – this bumped the star count up from four to five. Child occupant protection (COP) also sees an improvement, with a 61% compliance instead of 37% before, making it eligible for a three-star safety rating for children.

A four-star AOP rating goes to the rest of the cars – the Toyota Calya (12.93 points in AOP, 73% COP compliance, four-star COP rating), Daihatsu Sigra (12.93 points in AOP, 46% COP compliance, two-star COP rating) and Honda Brio Amaze (12.88 points in AOP, 45% COP compliance, two-star COP rating). Sigra models not fitted with airbags get just a one-star AOP rating.