General Motors Corp.’s Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck, Ford Motor Co.’s F-150 SuperCrew 4-wheel drive pickup and 2-door Explorer SUV and Land Rover’s Discovery Series II 4x4 SUV all receive 2-star rollover ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. According to NHTSA’s star system, the 2-star rating means the vehicles have a 30%-39% chance of rolling over in a single vehicle accident. Toyota Motor Corp.’s Sequoia large SUV, GM’s Saturn VUE midsize SUV and Mazda’s MPV each ...

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