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Best and Worst Cars for Injuries

October 4, 2012

The Highway Loss Data Institute released a list of vehicles with the highest and lowest overall insurance losses.

Although safety research shows that many vehicles do well in crash tests, vehicle size is still extremely important when it comes to personal injuries. Larger vehicles protect passengers better than smaller ones in real-world crashes.

The following is a list of vehicles with the fewest and greatest claim frequencies for personal injuries.

Cars with the Lowest Personal Injury Claims

Vehicle Segment Claim frequency
Porsche 911 (2-door)Midsize sports car32
Chevrolet Corvette (2-door)Midsize sports car38
Chevrolet Silverado 2500 crew 4WDVery large pickup39
Mercedes-Benz SL-class convertibleMidsize sports car42
Jeep Grand CherokeeMidsize SUV42
Lexus LX 570 4WDLarge luxury SUV42
Land Rover Range Rover 4WDLarge luxury SUV44
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WDLarge pickup44
Ford F-150 4WDLarge pickup44
Cadillac Escalade ESV 4WDVery large luxury SUV45

Cars with the Highest Personal Injury Claims

Vehicle Segment Claim frequency
Toyota YarisMini four-door car201
Suzuki SX4Small four-door car187
Chevrolet AveoMini four-door car183
Mitsubishi GalantMidsize four-door car179
Kia RioMini four-door car175
Hyundai AccentMini four-door car173
Nissan VersaSmall four-door car173
Dodge AvengerMidsize four-door car167
Nissan SentraSmall four-door car162
Chevrolet AveoMini station wagons/minivan157

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