Here is the list of the most dangerous vehicles on the road compiled by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.

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Makes and Models of the 10 Most Dangerous Vehicles on the Road

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The U.S.-based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and insurance-industry funded safety group, has taken all its relevant data on driver fatalities over a four-year span (2006-2009) and evaluated most vehicles on sale today. To be included, there had to be at least 100,000 units of a model registered in that timeframe, so some low-volume manufacturers and high-performance cars were excluded.
The IIHS says that it also adjusted for factors like “driver age, gender, calendar year, vehicle age, and vehicle density at the garaging location.
In this article, we are presenting the 10 most dangerous car models. The scores listed are the IIHS’s determination of driver deaths per million registered vehicles looking at 2005-2008 models during the calendar years from 2006-2009.
1. Nissan 350Z
Type: Two-door sports car, midsize
For whatever reason, accidents involving the Z are twice as likely to end in a fatality as a Corvette.
2. Nissan Titan crew cab
Type: 2WD, pickup, large
The Titan is six times more likely to kill someone compared to the class-leading Toyota Tundra.
3. Chevrolet Aveo
Type: Four-door car, mini The third-worst score belongs to GM’s Aveo, which has the highest number of deaths for cars where you can fit more than two people.
4. Chevrolet Cobalt
Type: Four-door car, small
Equally adept in both single and multi-car collisions, the Cobalt has more than double the score of the class-leading Toyota Prius and Mazda 3 sedan.
5. Nissan Titan extended cab
Type: 2WD pickup, large
This truck is notorious for its performance in single-vehicle collisions and rollovers.
6. Kia Spectra
Type: Station wagon, small
The Kia does terribly in multi-vehicle collisions and poorly in singles, due to low-price engineering and a lack of standard electronic safety features. 7. Chevrolet Malibu Classic
Type: Four-door car, midsize
The Malibu is by far the worst mid-sized car in the survey.
8. Hyundai Tiburon
Type: Two-door car, small
The Tiburon’s lack of standard stability control and poor visibility could have contributed to its large single-vehicle death scores.
9. Nissan Versa
Type: Four-door car, small
The lack of ABS or stability control makes it a prime target for single-vehicle crashes, and its relative lack of mass means it has less defense against bigger vehicles in a collision.
10. Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab
Type: 2WD, pickup, small
The Extended Cab version of the Colorado scored the worst out of all the small two-wheel-drive pickups in the study.

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