Which Is The Most Dangerous Car?

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    [2] www.nhtsa.gov/research-data/fatality-analysis-reporting-system-fars
    [3] www.iseecars.com/most-dangerous-cars-2019-study
    [4]www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2017/MITSUBISHI/MIRAGE
    [5]www.iihs.org/ratings/vehicle/mitsubishi/mirage-4-door-hatchback/2015
    [6] www.consumerreports.org/car-safety/federal-car-crash-testing-needs-major-overhaul-safety-advocates-say/
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    [8] www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31283362

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Kommentteja • 80

  • Nicholas Harner
    Nicholas Harner Päivä sitten

    The most dangerous car is the 1997 trans sport

  • Joel Ferguson
    Joel Ferguson Päivä sitten

    People in the US like trucks sure but that not why we have so many. People get them for there carrying capacity.

  • Joel Ferguson
    Joel Ferguson Päivä sitten

    You giving this test alot of hate. I thought you trying to find out what car is the worst not how bad the test are outdated. Also these test are not going to be cheep and test for male and every other type of crash would mean you would need a new car each time. Not cheep. I'm glad these guys are doing what there are doing to give us at lest some info to go off of.

  • Jack McDonald
    Jack McDonald 2 päivää sitten

    Wow, this really opened my eyes.

  • Eiríkr Hinn Rauði
    Eiríkr Hinn Rauði 3 päivää sitten

    >47% serious injury being woman
    I think there's one more human variable you're missing here and that's:
    >Woman drivers

  • Florian Bantner
    Florian Bantner 3 päivää sitten

    Could you please at least insert a small pause before you continue to the advertisement. I find it really disturbing. Perhaps this would even help with the negative ratings ...

  • Rexeit
    Rexeit 3 päivää sitten

    This video is exactly why America standards are pure and absolute garbage when the Euro NCAP test every combination possible.
    And these tests are what the brands are listening to and learning from, not the NHTSA

  • cameron20020
    cameron20020 4 päivää sitten

    I'd also like to add that the same car might have different structural charactaristics depending on where it is sold.
    For instance, check out the 2019-2020 volkswagen passat small overlap for China.

  • Inspector Lestrade
    Inspector Lestrade 4 päivää sitten

    Yet another rehashing of clips out there and a way too thick oirish accent. If you are going to use oirish then use the lady Ryanair use for the in flight safety instructions.

  • Syam Salik
    Syam Salik 4 päivää sitten

    How about if we test the average human which is not too far off of an average man. I don’t know what difference it will make but anyways just to keep you guys happy. 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • whattheheck1000
    whattheheck1000 5 päivää sitten

    This video is great work, shed some light on a topic rarely discussed (what the LEAST safe vehicle is). I had no idea that women were so much more likely to be hurt in car crashes! I've also done extensive study of car safety and its history, and found a few vehicles that were very unsafe for their times. The NHTSA full-frontal crash test was first done on 1979 model cars, and the worst performer ever was the 1979 Peugeot 504, which was introduced back in 1968. Back when that test was introduced, most cars did pretty bad, especially on the head injury criterion (HIC). A HIC of 1,000 means that serious injury is likely, and 2,000 means fatality is likely. The average was about 1,350 at that time, so not good. (By the mid-late 2000s, it was down to 400, a minor - if any - injury). The 504 had no crumple zone; the front end was too stiff and the occupant compartment not rigid enough, so the front end didn't crumple enough and the occupant compartment was badly damaged. The 504's HIC for the driver was 4,513! By 1979, most cars had a rudimentary crumple zone. IIHS testing started in 1995, and the worst performer was the 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport, where the driver dummy's foot actually snapped off! The Trans Sport, in my opinion, is the most egregious offender. The 504 was designed in an era when safety technology was primitive and a low priority and was an old design nearing the end of its production cycle when it was tested, the Trans Sport was a brand-new design for the 1997 model year. They kept making it all the way until 2005.
    March 23, 2020 5:35 am

  • whattheheck1000
    whattheheck1000 5 päivää sitten

    The Mirage is a low-cost vehicle that (in the USA) is targeted toward people who can't afford most new cars but have an un-founded fear of used cars. I would agree that they're the one of the least safe, if not the least safe new cars sold in the USA. They also get horrible reviews as well, just a bad car all around. The Mirage starts at $13,995. At that price, you can find tons of used cars that have less than 50,000 miles that get good ratings in ALL IIHS crash tests, including the small overlap, and are larger. Even going up to something the size of a Civic/Corolla will afford you a lot of extra safety with little gas mileage penalty.
    But while the Mirage may be among the least safe NEW cars, there are a lot of vehicles on the road - still being driven in large numbers - that are even less safe. If you go back to say, the least safe cars built in the past 10 years (2010 models and newer), you start getting into some of the small cars that still didn't even have side curtain airbags and did poor in IIHS' side impact test. Going back 20 years, you get stuff that barely passed the NHTSA's full frontal test and did poorly in all IIHS tests. And 30 years ago, there were still some new cars being sold where you'd die in a full-frontal, 35-mph head on collision with a vehicle of the same size.
    March 23, 2020 5:14 am

  • Aisha!
    Aisha! 5 päivää sitten

    *owns a 2018 Mirage*
    *chuckles* "I'm in danger! :D"

  • gimmpy91
    gimmpy91 6 päivää sitten +1

    All i got out of this is:
    America isnt doing enough and they are a country of sexist men. 🙄 f out of here.

  • Berťa Kučerů
    Berťa Kučerů 6 päivää sitten

    Are you stavros?

  • Emmanuel Bekele
    Emmanuel Bekele 8 päivää sitten

    youtube isn't recommending your videos to me at all :(((( love your work.

  • David Brown
    David Brown 8 päivää sitten

    Any car my sister drives is the most dangerous car in the world.

  • Nathan Edwards
    Nathan Edwards 8 päivää sitten

    Dude you are awesome!!!! Thank you for this information

  • Richard Caldwell
    Richard Caldwell 9 päivää sitten

    Vehicle danger scales with vehicle size and bumper height. Hummers kill ever so many people because they are way too large and way too high. That they kill people other than the buyer is irrelevant.

  • Ilja_cramer 010
    Ilja_cramer 010 9 päivää sitten

    My grandma has a pink mirage...

  • Toool
    Toool 9 päivää sitten

    While all this is occouring, all I can wonder about is..
    Why did it in 2020 become popular to pronounce the A in words as an E?
    Seriously, everytime you say Cérrr instead of Car, I want to leave youtube.

  • Aditya Sundar
    Aditya Sundar 11 päivää sitten

    The most dangerous car on road is any car manufactured by Maruti Suzuki. That's a fact

  • Colin W
    Colin W 11 päivää sitten +1

    The IIHS side impact test uses a dummy that simulates a female or a teenager.... Please do your research. It’s also called the Insurance Institute FOR Highway Safety not OF Highway Safety.

  • Dominic Haban
    Dominic Haban 11 päivää sitten +1

    Well the only reason it won’t crumple is because it will break it every time

  • Bad End Happy
    Bad End Happy 12 päivää sitten

    My question is, how do morbidly obese people fair?

  • 383mazda
    383mazda 12 päivää sitten

    You forgot to mention all the CAFE regulations of fleet mpg averages which causes manufacturers to lighten their cars as much as possible to meet fuel mileage specs, which makes them less safe.

  • Sebastian Shields
    Sebastian Shields 12 päivää sitten

    MR2 Snap oversteer

  • TheAmateurLancia
    TheAmateurLancia 13 päivää sitten

    Toyota MR2 (SW20). Period.

  • jake Hawtin
    jake Hawtin 13 päivää sitten

    A nice little dig at Tesla at the beginning why I'm not sure. But looking at the safety of the Cybertruck I'd like to bring in one point from me another from Sandy Monroe. Mr Monroe's point on pedestrian safety was the best crash in to a human was no crash which by the time we see the Cybertruck been sold the crash avoidance will be far better than any human driver. On a side note I live in rural Australia here every other vehicle has a massive set of bull bars how on earth these are legal as they seem to have been designed to kill young children. My point is Tesla patented a design for crash cans for vehicles that seem to greatly improve the way a crumble zone works.
    But time will tell, not just by the tests it will go through but real life crashes. So far one of the main reasons why I'm getting a Tesla is it's about the safest vehicle to put my family in. Seems one answer to the title of this video is an ICE vehicle.

  • Gary Wiseman
    Gary Wiseman 13 päivää sitten

    Next time could you please answer the questions you ask? Usually your content is good and your advertisement is jarring.

  • Tribal Dragon
    Tribal Dragon 13 päivää sitten

    The answer everyone is looking for (cybertuck crash deformation) is here! :




    The model is a few kilobytes, they hadn't include collision deformation;)...(Mod guys will understand;) )

  • Tribal Dragon
    Tribal Dragon 13 päivää sitten

    Everyone is talking about safety BUT they mean passive safety! Active safety is an other story, so sad that a few guys consider this factor. And i dont mean only the features and sensors that act in case your reflexes are bad or distracted. Many guys build old cars (e.g bmw e30) with a ton of goods in case of active safety, to make it faster but at the same time if build the right way also safer. E.g coilovers or expensive suspensions, good brakes,tyres that many new heavy SUVs would dream about in a case of colision avoidance or different similar scenario.

  • George Stone
    George Stone 13 päivää sitten

    Thank you Ralph Nadar and all the lefty, liberal, commie, socialists who prioritize lives and safety over corporate profits for saving countless lives, something for which the rabid right wing corporate whores will never forgive you.

  • Auto Corsa
    Auto Corsa 14 päivää sitten

    5:48 Tesla's screen was made by nokia

  • Veikra
    Veikra 14 päivää sitten

    if womens are 47% more likely to be injured, why are they paying less insurance? The world changed, womens drive just a many miles and cars are safer for mens according to this statistic

  • ThegamerKeaton B
    ThegamerKeaton B 14 päivää sitten

    Sters and cers

  • Nelson Stack
    Nelson Stack 14 päivää sitten

    which ones worse?

  • nepaliman
    nepaliman 14 päivää sitten

    Tesla is another level of safe ...

  • Oliver The Cool
    Oliver The Cool 14 päivää sitten +1

    10:17 The mitsubishi just doesn't care, it thinks it's playing football

  • TheMalarz1989
    TheMalarz1989 14 päivää sitten

    OK, but how about Cyber Truck? How will its design affect safety?

  • Dan Y.
    Dan Y. 15 päivää sitten +1

    Nah you haven't heard of the Car, Wuhan Covid-19

  • Don. Timeless
    Don. Timeless 15 päivää sitten

    I don't understand what is the difference between the average male & female body in the test you nagging about? If they used female average buddy only for test I don't mind because it's also will serve the same case, car safety!

  • Jebgoesyeet
    Jebgoesyeet 15 päivää sitten

    We all know that it’s the reliant robin

  • RubbishDork
    RubbishDork 15 päivää sitten

    Every car is dangerous if you bang the limiter hard enough

  • Hans Robert Schmalstieg
    Hans Robert Schmalstieg 16 päivää sitten

    47%? So there is proof that genderism has really deadly consequences.

  • Aditya Jagnade
    Aditya Jagnade 16 päivää sitten

    0:27 or did you?

  • Holky M. Syaugi
    Holky M. Syaugi 16 päivää sitten

    I actually want to know about your opinion about Tesla cybertruck

  • Sander Kamp
    Sander Kamp 16 päivää sitten

    I didn't understand why female test dummies would make a difference with whiplash. What's the main physical difference that has influence on the result?

  • Mike Lawrence
    Mike Lawrence 17 päivää sitten

    what company paid for this?

  • • ChristianO5
    • ChristianO5 17 päivää sitten

    My guess: Ford Pinto; 5mph rear impact, goes up In flames Immediately

  • Marshal King
    Marshal King 17 päivää sitten +1

    Headrests are also not safe for taller people, most headrests only come up to my lower neck

  • Lionel Juarez
    Lionel Juarez 17 päivää sitten +1

    Somehow this video has more questions than answers. Misleading at best

  • Armada Gaming
    Armada Gaming 18 päivää sitten +1

    Click bait title. Unsubscribed.

  • Ollie Wilkinson
    Ollie Wilkinson 18 päivää sitten

    Anyone else wish they could watch cars smash into walls all day long?

  • Kavi4
    Kavi4 18 päivää sitten

    You forget to factor the cost of the technology , the more expensive vehicles will have the tech to get 5 stars, the smaller cars relative to the cost , use case and customers would get 5 stars in relative testing terms looking for fixed data.
    Would you like to be hit by a Ford Ranger while in a Ford Fiesta , probably not but the survivability would be comparable if you take into account the damage relative to size.
    I mean a head on with a truck in either would be fatal, but would you now say it's a zero star across all cars ?

  • CK Y
    CK Y 19 päivää sitten

    The Mirage is a piece of garbage

  • Hugo Dufort
    Hugo Dufort 19 päivää sitten

    What if there is either a crumple zone, or a shock absorbing system that we're not aware of, in the Cybertruck? I'm pretty sure Tesla's engineers are not so stupid as to "forget" to account for collisions in their design.

  • pete smyth
    pete smyth 19 päivää sitten

    The Cybertruck is a concept vehicle..it can't be crash tested until it's available for sale;
    head rests do not prevent forward whiplash..the main cause of vehicle deaths via broken neck.

  • AdamG1983
    AdamG1983 19 päivää sitten

    Watching car crashes in slo-mo is oddly satisfying

  • AdamG1983
    AdamG1983 19 päivää sitten +34

    >Head hits A-Pilar
    >4 Star Safety Rating
    Excuse me WHAAAAAAT?!

    • Rexeit
      Rexeit 3 päivää sitten

      Welcome to America

  • ramesh mohite
    ramesh mohite 19 päivää sitten

    So the tests arent reliable just because it doesnt uses a woman dummy .....
    another feminist

  • phil spencelayh
    phil spencelayh 20 päivää sitten

    Relatively easy to asses crash performance but it could be argued that the safest car is one which does not crash, so other things come into play. Making cars more able to survive a crash has resulted in a lot of modern cars having really poor visibility, often larger "A" pillars and immense "C" pillars which could mean it is more likely to be involved in a crash. Another reason to change the tests are the change over to electric cars which as you point out removes the engine block, but add a huge amount of weight in the form of the battery so a car the same size as a petrol driven one is invariably much heavier.

  • CarrotsWithLegs
    CarrotsWithLegs 20 päivää sitten

    2:38 nice supra

  • Colin Martin
    Colin Martin 20 päivää sitten +1

    "Safer" headrests. Not better. Fucking christ modern headrestsvare the most spectacularly uncomfortable thing I've noticed in all modern cars.
    Speaking as a paramedic.... basically all modern cars are as safe as you could hope for in the vast, vast majority of accidents. That corner strike is insanely, outrageously, unbelievably uncommon. It follows the "sometimes" fallacy. Other cars are not shaped that way and drivers often attempt to counter steer just before impact, so a hit like that is a glancing blow and slide off each other, not a passenger cell intruding murder strike.
    The accidents I see fatalities in are head on collisions. Plain and simple. Even multiple rollovers in older cars rarely have major injuries. Because a head on compounds the speed of the two cars, making two 60mph cars equal to hitting the wall at 120. That's where I see people die.
    And any modern car, even the mirage, would absolutely crush any car made before side curtain airbags were standard. So honestly, dont worry too much. Modern cars are really, really safe.

  • Lars Murdoch Kalsta
    Lars Murdoch Kalsta 20 päivää sitten

    Im a 6'5 male so alot of head rests aren't long enough to reach a point where I can use them comfortably. But luckily for me in my daily driver I can rest my head on the support beam running between the B- pillars

  • aistepaiste27
    aistepaiste27 20 päivää sitten

    Murica is full of trucks boi

  • ディアスジェレミー
    ディアスジェレミー 20 päivää sitten

    Eventually dying from a car crash would be almost impossible.

  • Mawshome
    Mawshome 20 päivää sitten +1

    Euro NCAP use teenager, child, toddler and baby sized dummies. If only they used female dummies.

  • KroneYT
    KroneYT 21 päivä sitten

    The American government is very bi-polar when it comes to cars. If a manufacturer doesn't make airbags, seatbelts, and more recently backup cameras as standard equipment, they literally can not sell any of their products in America. America is so safety conscientious in that way, it's ridiculous. But by that same token, the test by which they measure a cars safety has literally remained un-touched since the 1970's. Back when the number of drivers on public roads in cars that hadn't been built with safety in mind was at an all time high, and when the test had JUST been implemented. Almost a HALF CENTURY AGO. And because of this, American's are convinced that their cars, which are waaaaay more expensive than they should be, are safer than they really are! This is ridiculous.

  • Rau Kenneth
    Rau Kenneth 21 päivä sitten

    You think that stainless steel panels won’t crumple in a crash? You must be an electrical engineer if an engineer at all.

  • apenas um nome de canal
    apenas um nome de canal 22 päivää sitten

    The best safety feature in a car is a prudent driver!

  • Robert Ri
    Robert Ri 22 päivää sitten

    Why not rate a car like 20 years ago: 1-5 stars for crash tests plus add 1-5 stars for assisted braking and safety sensors. For example audi a3 = 5+3

  • x_stvzz uwu
    x_stvzz uwu 22 päivää sitten

    the mirage is dangerous in the US, in other countries it is a much safer car

  • 00felixb
    00felixb 23 päivää sitten

    Buy safe cars, Saab, Volvo and tesla.

  • Mozart
    Mozart 23 päivää sitten

    Women are just as strong as men if not more. It's common knowledge that genders have no biological differences, we must think like that for trans-validation so they can compete in sports against their "chosen gender."
    This is an actual argument that we hear everyday by the way. Let that sink in.

    • Mozart
      Mozart 19 päivää sitten

      @Kiwipai Eh, well... nypost.com/2019/03/04/trans-athletes-are-making-a-travesty-of-womens-sports/
      Examples like these are pretty easy to find.
      Trans-athletes can only compete against their "prefered" gender if the society is convinced that there's no biological advantage to being a male or a female.
      This "convincing" includes the car manufacturers.

    • Kiwipai
      Kiwipai 19 päivää sitten

      @Mozart nah you're just looking to be offended. Virtually nobody is saying the stuff you're spewing, grow up

    • Mozart
      Mozart 19 päivää sitten

      @Kiwipai Sure buddy, the thing is, I know I can find a substantial amount of people who would get "offended" by the car manufacturers thinking that women aren't as strong as men.
      That's the reality. And it's not my fringe opinion if it's "fringe" at all. It's almost becoming "mainstream" to believe such things.

    • Kiwipai
      Kiwipai 19 päivää sitten

      Only snowflakes like you that scour the internet for fringe opinions to get offended by hears arguments like this everyday.

  • Vojtěch Pithart
    Vojtěch Pithart 23 päivää sitten

    I think that euroncap has quite detailed test. But i guess youre right.

  • Avram42
    Avram42 23 päivää sitten

    I will defend you in front of other pedants like me but... it's mass that's relevant, not weight.

  • Jannes Meier
    Jannes Meier 23 päivää sitten +2

    7:50 well tecnically atomic wasnt wrong here...XD

  • William Lathan
    William Lathan 24 päivää sitten +1

    You were so close . . . human factors (young inexperienced drivers -cheap cars and over confident drivers in sports cars). The best safety device is an alert mind. Accident avoidance. I'd like to see how drivers training varies across countries.

  • Jamie White
    Jamie White 24 päivää sitten

    Why did you put a picture of a Jaguar XKR when you are talking about the 14 most dangerous cars? No Jaguar is on the list? and not an XKR, they are actually really low insurance for a 500+ HP car