These are insurance company numbers and only consider drivers and deaths (not injuries or passengers.) The numbers are per one million registered vehicles per year. Low volume vehicles are not represented because not enough are sold to have reliable data (the Geo Metro is one example.) Several years and sometimes models can are combined due to being of the same manufacturers design and meeting the same safety regulations.
The links to the original data have been lost over several computer changes. Specifically, the web address of a download is not retained in the file properties in Mac OSX (and I didn't know that when I upgraded.)
Paul, you probably saw the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety status report that James Adcock sent around on the SEVA list... if not, here is a link:Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Safety Report, April 2007
Two thing are very interesting to me... first, that of all vehicles, the Chevy Astro is the safest!... (I never would have guessed) and second, that the Camry is not in the top 15.
I've also attached the file to this post, so it is archived (in case the link dies).