Colman Andrews , 24/7 Wall Street
It’s fuel-efficient and inexpensive (with a basic MSRP of $21,895), and this year’s model got the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety – but the Subaru Crosstrek has been involved in more at-fault accidents than any other car in America.
That information comes from a recent survey of cars currently on the road, tracking how many have been involved in previous crashes, conducted by the auto insurance comparison site Insurify.
Nine out of 10 of the cars on the Insurify list are imports – seven from Japan, two from Korea.
Statistics were pulled from Insurify’s database of more than 1.6 million insurance quotes. To apply, drivers had to reveal, among other things, the make and model of their vehicle and whether or not the car had ever been involved in an accident.