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Using an amalgam of ratings provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the independent Web site, informedforlife.org, see the safest vehicles in your chosen style.
 Honda Ridgeline Standard airbags: Front, side and head
Honda Ridgeline   More of a crossover pickup than a traditional ladder frame truck like its U.S. counterparts, the Ridgeline gets top five-star marks for front and rear side impacts, as well as four stars for rollover protection. It also comes standard with traction and stability controls as well as all-wheel-drive. MSRP: $28,000-$35,090.
 Toyota Tundra Standard airbags: Front, side and head
Toyota Tundra   The Tundra garnered four-star ratings for driver and passenger impact protection and was not tested for side impact or rollover protection. Informedforlife.org rates the Tundra the second safest pickup after the Ridgeline. It comes standard with traction and stability controls. MSRP: $21,290-$41,850.
 Chevrolet Silverado Standard airbags: Front driver, passenger
Chevrolet Silverado   In government crash tests, the Silverado received the top five-star rating for front driver and passenger impacts. It was not tested for side impacts, but received four stars for rollover protection. MSRP: $17,860-$38,090.
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