When it comes to safety in India, it's always important to consider the safety ratings provided by the Global New Car Assessment Programme (GNCAP). GNCAP is an independent organization that conducts crash tests on vehicles and assigns safety ratings based on their performance.
As per the GNCAP safety ratings for these three cars:
The Skoda Slavia has not been tested by GNCAP yet. However, it is based on MQB A0 IN platform that has scored 5 stars in the latest GNCAP Protocols in Taigun & Kushaq.
The Honda City has been tested by GNCAP and has received a 4-star safety rating. This indicates that the car provides excellent protection to both the driver and passengers in the event of a crash.
The Hyundai Verna has not been tested by GNCAP yet so safety ratings are unknown.
In summary, if safety is your primary concern, the Skoda Slavia and VW Virtus appear to be the best choice among the three cars mentioned, based on the GNCAP safety ratings.
However, it's always a good idea to consider other factors such as price, features, and personal preferences when making a car purchase decision.