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Dangerous rides? Top 5 cars for personal injuries

The Kia Rio came in at No. 5 for personal injury claims in the Highway Loss Data Institute report, with 24.9 injuries per 1,000 insured vehicles.
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The Mitsubishi Galant sedan ranked fourth with a reported 25.4 injury claims per 1,000 insured Galants, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute.
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The Chevrolet Aveo subcompact had the third-worst record, logging 26 injury claims per 1,000 insured Aveos, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute.
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The Suzuki SX4 crossover had the second-highest injury claim rate: 26.6 per 1,000 SX4s, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute.
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Don’t get in a traffic accident in a Toyota Yaris. It has a higher rate of personal injury claims than any other auto, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute. The research arm of the insurance industry said Yaris drivers or passengers filed personal injury claims 28.5 times for every 1,000 model year 2009-2011 Yaris subcompacts insured by the industry. Compare that with the Porsche 911, which had the best rate, only 4.5 claims per 1,000 insured vehicles.
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