Hotcars website published data from Insurify listing the top car models owned by accident prone drivers in the United States. Kia Stinger owners ranked statistically second-worst with a 15.75% proportion of drivers having an “at fault” accident on their insurance record in the past seven years. The national average for other makes/models for at fault drivers was 10.78%.
The car of choice for the greatest proportion of accident prone drivers was the Scion FR-S at 15.87%. Just behind the Kia Stinger was Subaru WRX at 15.44%.
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In related news, Insurify also published the car models whose owners had the most speeding tickets in their past. Hyundai Genesis came in second. Kia Stinger came in third.