A suicide car bomb attack on a Canadian convoy in Afghanistan wounded 5 Canadian soldiers when the explosive packed car crashed into the side of their LAV III vehicle. This is the same type of vehicle that was involved in the rollover accident that killed Cpl. Paul James Davis and injured 7 others earlier this week.
While the vehicle in question does have a history of rollover type accidents due to its top heavy makeup, it is that same makeup that saved the lives of those soldiers today.
Here are a few links on the subject.
In my opinion the extra armour protection is more important than stability when in a combat zone where every car/person could be a potential suicide attacker. I would hope that the stability issue is looked at and perhaps some modifications done to decrease the problem, but not at the expense of armour protection. Our soldiers deserve the best tools for the tasks at hand, and in this case I think we have the best.