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U.S. Expands Vehicle Rollover Ratings

Aug 9, 2004 | AP

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration introduced a new rating system Monday that predicts a vehicle's chance of rolling over in a severe crash and lets consumers compare a vehicle with other similar vehicles.

A five-star rating is the highest, meaning the vehicle's chance of rolling over is 10 percent or less. A two-star rating means a vehicle's chance of rolling over is between 30 and 40 percent. Here are the best and worst performers among 2004 vehicles tested so far.

Category Star RatingPercent chance of rollover

Passenger Cars
Best: Mazda RX-8
Five stars
8 percent

Worst: Subaru Outback wagonFour stars 15.5 percent

Pickup trucks

Best: Chevrolet Silverado 4x2Four stars

15.9 percent

Worst: Toyota Tacoma 4x4Three stars 28.3 percent

Sport Utility Vehicles

Best: Chrysler Pacifica 4x4 Four stars

13 percent

Worst: Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x2
Two stars 34.8 percent

Best: Nissan QuestFour stars 12.1 percent

Worst: Toyota SiennaFour stars 15.9 percent

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