Special Report

The Vehicles Involved in the Most Fatal Crashes

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10. Ford Explorer
> 2016-2020 fatal accidents involving model: 3,139
> Pct. 2016-2020 fatal accidents that were single-vehicle: 48.2%
> 2016-2020 sales: 951,920 — 14th most

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9. GMC Sierra
> 2016-2020 fatal accidents involving model: 3,567
> Pct. 2016-2020 fatal accidents that were single-vehicle: 39.1%
> 2016-2020 sales: 953,009 — 13th most

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8. Toyota Corolla
> 2016-2020 fatal accidents involving model: 3,641
> Pct. 2016-2020 fatal accidents that were single-vehicle: 33.0%
> 2016-2020 sales: 1,243,940 — 9th most

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7. Nissan Altima
> 2016-2020 fatal accidents involving model: 3,746
> Pct. 2016-2020 fatal accidents that were single-vehicle: 35.3%
> 2016-2020 sales: 881,896 — 18th most

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6. Honda Civic
> 2016-2020 fatal accidents involving model: 4,648
> Pct. 2016-2020 fatal accidents that were single-vehicle: 36.9%
> 2016-2020 sales: 1,310,968 — 8th most

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