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I know someone with a Kia Sedona, which manages do do almost as badly (18 points vs the Voyager's 14 points, though they both still only earn a 2 star rating.) In some respects, the Kia is even more disappointing, considering that the design is around four years younger.
Though it should be noted that Euro-NCAP's frontal impact test is skewed in favour of smaller vehicles, as it tests the vehicle's ability to absorb its own inertia at a given speed. In the real world, if you put a four star MPV against a four star supermini, the occupants of the MPV would likely come off much better.
But there's still no excuse for selling a two star vehicle. Not in this day and age.
Currently in Horatio's garage:
2010 Laguna III Initiale.