Chevy, Ford pickups get low grades for rollover


DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - Two four-door pickup models from Chevrolet and Ford have received low grades for resistance to rolling over in accidents, U.S. safety administrators said on Monday. The Chevrolet Avalanche built by General Motors Corp. and the four-wheel-drive version of the Ford F-150 SuperCrew received two stars out of five for rollover resistance from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA says two stars mean a vehicle has a 30 to 40 percent risk of ...

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