Based on data per the National Highway Safety Administration, the Chevrolet Silverado is the model most associated with fatal car accidents from 2016 through 2020. This infographic from TitleMax.com used these data to analyze what the 25 most dangerous vehicles on the road were, specifically which models were involved in the most fatal car crashes on the road in the United States. Based on the data, it was found that the three car models involved in the most fatal crashes were the Chevrolet Silverado (8,777 fatal car crashes), the Ford F-150 (7,502 fatal crash crashes) and the Honda Accord (5,368 car crashes). These were also the only three car models of the 25 included on this infographic to exceed the 5,300 mark for being involved in fatal car accidents between 2016 and 2020.
Not only was the Chevrolet Silverado the car model to be involved in the most fatal car crashes during this time, but it was also the leading model in 30 different states, which was far and away the most of any other model. The Ford F-150 was the deadliest car model in 5 different states – Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Nevada and Utah. The Honda Accord led the six different states for being involved in the most fatal car crashes, with those states being Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Rhode Island.
According to the research from TitleMax, other models that led the totals for multiple states included the Dodge Ram (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming) and the Honda Civic (California and Vermont). Three vehicles led these disastrous totals in one state each: the Toyota Tacoma in Hawaii, the Toyota Camry in Massachusetts, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee in South Carolina.
Of the top 15 vehicles to be featured on this infographic, Chevrolet not only led the list with the Silverado, but also had two other models appear. The 12th ranked Chevrolet Impala was involved in 2,765 fatal car crashes from 2016 through 2020, and the 14th ranked Chevrolet Malibu was part of 2,548 fatal car crashes during the same period of time.