Testers from the United States listed the most dangerous carsJuly 5, 2020
It became known that specialists from the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, having studied the results of mortality in road accidents over the past few years, have identified cars that pose the greatest danger to their owners.
As a result, they turned out to be micro-cars and subcompact cars – two small categories of passenger cars. Despite the fact that car manufacturers are working hard to make these cars safer, the smallest car models remain the most dangerous of them all. It is known that the highest mortality rates were observed in Ford Fiesta (141 deaths per million cars), Hyundai Accent (116 deaths per million cars), Fiat 500 (95 deaths per million cars), Hyundai Elantra (89 deaths per million cars), Kia Forte (89 deaths per million cars), Nissan Versa (88 deaths per million cars), Kia Rio (87 deaths per million cars), Ford Mustang GT coupe (81 deaths per million cars).
Experts noted that over three years, a total of seven cars with a statistically zero mortality of drivers were recorded. In addition, according to analysts from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, owners of such car models as Subaru Outback (3 deaths per million cars), Acura RDX 2WD (4 deaths per million cars), BMW X5 4WD (4 deaths) quite rarely die in road accidents. million cars).
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