to my understanding, a bigger car is a safer car. this is what i found on euro ncap website:
"Are large cars safer than small cars?
In frontal impacts between cars, the occupants of the heavier car or the one with higher structures tend to fare better than those travelling in lighter, lower cars. As it is not possible to simulate the influence of mass in a test against a fixed barrier, Euro NCAP recommends comparison only between cars which are of a similar mass (+/- 150kg) and in the same category. Such comparisons allow the relative safety performance of cars to be judged accurately."
the link is as follow:
Why are you comparing a 1.8 and 2.0 engines to a 1.6L engine ? So, if my car cost 150K it should be double the power of the Inspira ? Do you have facts of which car is safer or not I am asking here ? Do you have crach test results of Inspira and Fiesta to substantiate your claim ?