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Critics, however, have long slammed it for its lack of safety equipment and poor crash test results.
Tsuru pictured in red has no airbags while the car's A-pillar deformed so badly that it entered the passenger compartment, which would cause fatal injuries to the driver. S-made Versa The car was a successor to the now-retired VW 'bug' as Mexico's favorite low-cost car.
The Tsuru picked up much of the low-end market after the bug went out of production in Mexico — the last market where it was produced — in 2003.
While many Mexico City taxi drivers have switched to higher-end cars, in provincial Mexico the Tsuru remains the workhorse of taxi fleets, especially in southern Mexico, where the compact sedans fly at high speeds down country roads.
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