Ford misled U.S. regulators on SUV data - report

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DETROIT, March 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co misled U.S. regulators about the safety of the roof on its Explorer sport utility vehicle during rollover crash tests, a report released on Wednesday said. The report -- sponsored by Tab Turner, an attorney who is litigating numerous product liability cases against Ford -- studied raw data from rollover tests conducted by Ford on the Explorer SUV in 1998-9999. Ford provided an analysis of the data to National Highway Traffic Safety ...

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