In the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's survey released yesterday many Korean cars were deemed unsafe due to high numbers of fatalities. Kia is saying the study lacks credibility because it is basically guestimating the number of deaths per million vehicles when there simply aren't a million Kia Rios, for example, on U.S. roads. GM is also disputing the findings, perhaps because the Chevy Blazer was ranked as the deadliest vehicle in the test.
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