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Is This What a Five-Star Safety Rating Looks Like?

Once again, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has handed the Dodge Challenger a five-star safety rating in its annual crash tests. Shelf space at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles headquarters must be at a premium thanks to all those awards, but does the NHTSA safety rating tell the whole story? In short — no, it doesn’t. The […] The post Is This What a Five-Star Safety Rating Looks Like? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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