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Jalopnik: Chevy Camaro Scores Four-Star Crash Rating Instead Of Five [Car Crashes]

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504x_Camaro_Test_Crash.jpgIt was expected the 2010 Chevy Camaro would get all-around five-star crash ratings in government tests. It didn't. The Camaro scored five-star ratings in side and rollover, but only four-star for driver and passenger frontal crash tests.

After recent Camaro accidents, we wondered what the new crash test ratings would look like. Now we have an answer. The Camaro scored a five-star rating in both side impact and rollover tests but only a four in frontal passenger and driver crash tests.

Of course, it's not like anyone will drive a Camaro recklessly. (Hat tip to Frank!)

[Safercar.gov via Camaro5]

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