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Would just like to add that "you are safer in a heaver vehicle. It's the simple law of physics." Does not always hold true. Example: A formula one car weighs about 1,000lbs, yet you can crash it at 200 mph into a wall and walk away. A more real world example would be the crash test of the 1st generation (under BMW ownership) MINI Cooper, 30mph off-side front impact, where there was no intrusion at all to the passenger compartment. Same test with a ~98-2003 Ford F-150, the roof and floor of the passenger compartment buckled and the driver was crushed in between the steering wheel and the seat. Terribly dangerous. You can google this in fact, just look up Mini vs f150 crash test or something along those lines. I am sure the Range Rover is an incredibly safe vehicle, I am just stating that heavier does not mean safer. Safety is engineered via crumple zones. Before modern safety features this may have been true, but not anymore.Report it
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