Top 10 Car Models Involved in Accidents in Ontario

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By Aren Mirzaian

Updated September 12, 2023

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MyChoice Discloses the Top 10 Car Models Involved in Accidents in Ontario in 2023

In a concerning trend highlighted by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the province witnessed a significant rise in car accident fatalities and collisions in 2022. There were 359 fatalities reported in 2022, a stark increase from the 315 reported in 2021. Moreover, the year 2022 saw a 20% surge in collisions, escalating from 60,659 in 2021 to 74,172. As we venture further into 2023, it becomes increasingly vital to foster safer roads and informed choices for Ontario’s drivers.

Based on a comprehensive study with a sample size of 2,176 recorded accidents, the top ten car models associated with the highest number of accidents in Ontario this year are:

  1. Honda Civic LX 4DR – involved in 2.56% of all accidents
  2. Toyota Corolla LE 4DR – accounting for 2.05% of all accidents
  3. Dodge Grand Caravan SE – involved in 2.02% of all accidents
  4. BMW 328i xDrive 4DR AWD – with a 1.89% accident rate
  5. Mercedes C300W 4MATIC 4DR – at 1.41% of all accidents
  6. Ford Mustang 2DR – involved in 1.20% of all accidents
  7. Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus 50 4DR – accounting for 1.16% of all accidents
  8. Volkswagen GTI 2.0 TSI 4DR Hatchback – involved in 1.10% of all accidents
  9. Ford F150 XLT Supercrew 4WD – with a 1.07% accident rate
  10. Tesla Model Y 75D Long Range 4DR AWD – at 1.02% of all accidents

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