Special Report

America's Deadliest Cars

15. Hyundai Accent (hatchback)
> Fatalities per million registered vehicles: 63
> Parent company: Hyundai Motor Group
> Type: Mini station wagon/minivan
> U.S. sales YTD: 14,763

14. Ford Fiesta (sedan)
> Fatalities per million registered vehicles: 63
> Parent company: Ford Motor Company
> Type: Mini station wagon/minivan
> U.S. sales YTD: 16,373

13. Hyundai Genesis coupe
> Fatalities per million registered vehicles: 67
> Parent company: Hyundai Motor Group
> Type: Midsize two-door car
> U.S. sales YTD: 814

12. Chrysler 200
> Fatalities per million registered vehicles: 67
> Parent company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
> Type: Midsize four-door car
> U.S. sales YTD: 9,477

Source: Courtesy of Ford Motor Company

11. Ford Focus
> Fatalities per million registered vehicles: 68
> Parent company: Ford Motor Company
> Type: Small four-door car
> U.S. sales YTD: 49,902

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