Once may be a fluke but twice starts a pattern.
NHTSA has completed a second round of crash testing with the 2007
Toyota Tundra, and has scored the Crew Max version
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driver and passenger safety ratings the Regular Cab received back in
A score of five stars is the best a vehicle can achieve in NHTSA
testing. The 2007 Chevrolet Silverado, 2007 Dodge Ram, and 2007 Ford F-
150 each earned five stars for driver and passenger safety in their
NHTSA tests. Toyota's competitors are already using the original crash
test results to emphasize the safety of their pickups over the Tundra.
This disappointing news for Toyota comes only a few weeks after the
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the Tundra its
highest crash test rating...