These latest tests also see the Renault Megane upgraded from three to four stars.
The French firm's family hatchback was docked one star back in July because its seat belt warning messages weren't available in all languages. Having modified the system to meet Euro NCAP standards, the Megane has re-gained its four-star rating.
Suzuki's Celerio city car was also tested, and scored three stars. Order books for the Celerio open in the UK in the first quarter of next year, with the model having been revealed at the Delhi motor show back in February.
Euro NCAP testers rated the Celerio fairly well for adult and child occupant protection, but commented that the Celerio's bonnet offered poor pelvis protection for pedestrians in the event of an accident.
The city car was docked points because it does not come with a speed limiter, lane-keeping assist or autonomous emergency braking. The car also lost out as it wasn't tested in the organisation's side pole test - a decision taken as the Celerio doesn't feature side curtain airbags as standard.