27: Honda Accord
So how does one of best-selling cars in the country perform in terms of crashes? Well, the overall percentage of deaths in a Honda Accord is not good. That doesn’t mean that the family sedan isn’t a safe choice, but it does mean that the Accord is not necessarily a safe vehicle. That wouldn’t be further from the truth, because the Accord ranks high in safety ratings. But because the car sells in such a high volume there are a lot more accidents recorded.
Another issue with the Accord is that the car is increasingly popular with first-time drivers. As we know, first-time drivers are often the riskiest on the road. New drivers will take more risks than established drivers, and that means that there will be more accidents.