Personally, I would rather avoid any car in a crash, but it's not like that's an option in most cases... but some cars are *much* worse than other. Was there a specific reason this car would be worse in car crashes?
Considering it's a Mitsubishi, it can't at least be worse than Jiangling Landwind
. Zero marks in Euro NCAP. Just look at the steering wheel and what it does to the dummy. Then imagine your own head and neck there. Not a place to be in a crash. It's sold in Europe and the only thing why it's legal is that it's apparently classified as a van instead of normal car, which have much stricter safety classifications.
...And that's a whopping 64 km/h frontal crash (40 mph) there.
So... that's a car I would definitely avoid. But I would also pass a drive regardless of the car if some people I know were offering it.
...and I agree with Turey. This has nothing to do with General Freespace. If the name of the car doesn't count.