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It might not come as a surprise, but sub-compact cars and sports cars are more dangerous than other vehicle categories. How dangerous? According to a new study by automotive research firm iSeeCars.com, their fatal crash rate is almost double that of the average vehicle.
To arrive at this conclusion, the website analyzed fatality data of model year 2013-2017 cars in the U.S. and more than 25 million used cars from the same model years to determine the vehicles that are most often involved in deadly accidents.
Here’s a list no automaker wants to be part of…