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24/7 Wall St.: The Most Dangerous Cars in America

3. CX-7

Make: Mazda
Bad ratings: Rollover-marginal; rear-marginal
2011 sales: 35,641
Price: $22,190
JD Power Initial Quality: 4/5

Although it will be replaced by the newer CX-5 model next year, the CX-7’s safety record certainly will not be remembered fondly. Despite “good” scores in front and side impact ratings, low grades in rollover and rear-impact measures go against perceptions that the CX-7 is a safe car to drive. Sales rose from about 20,000 in 2009 to 35,641 in 2011. Still, this is down from 2007 when 42,199 CX-7 cars were sold. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)

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