The ’02 Chevrolet Blazer with 2-wheel drive gets the worst rating possible in the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’s latest vehicle rollover resistance ratings. General Motors Corp.’s Blazer received one out of a possible five stars in the test, which rated 26 vehicles in total. GM did not immediately comment on the rating. Ford Motor Co.’s new Thunderbird ranked highest, with five out of five stars. The Thunderbird joins DaimlerChrysler AG’s Sebring and Dodge Stratus models, Honda ...

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