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Worst: Nissan Versa
Overall score: 2
Front front crash: 3
Overall side crash: 2
Rollover resistance: 4
Optional safety tech: Electronic stability control

The Versa earned the lowest rating of any vehicle in this round of tests. Nissan says the Versa has a good record of real-world safety. The automaker also says it is studying the test results so that it can improve future cars.

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