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Safer cars: 9 models had zero deaths in study
Safer cars: 9 models had zero deaths in study

When it comes to auto safety, bigger is still better. A record number of large and midsize cars have scored precedent-setting zero driver death rates in a new study. Large and midsize vehicles had vastly fewer driver deaths than small and mini cars, according to a comprehensive study just released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Audi A4, Kia Sorento, Lexus RX 350, Subaru Legacy, Toyota Highlander and Volvo XC90, among midsize vehicles, scored an overall death rate of zero for the years examined by the study. The Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sequoia and Mercedes-Benz GL class were the large or very large vehicles that also had zero deaths during the study period. Small...

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