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Neon and Audi luxury in the palmares of the most stolen vehicles

The thieves are not interested in only new cars or high end. Old models of Dodge Neon listed for the first time in the prize list of the most commonly stolen vehicles, established by auto insurers in Canada.

We also find Audi luxury in this annual list.

The first place is occupied by the Honda Civic SiR 2-door, 2000. Was also found in the list the vehicle Dodge / Plymouth Caravan / Voyager, 1995.

Conversely, Cadillac Deville, 4 door 2003 car, and the Lincoln Continental, 4 door, 2002 dominate the palmares of the least stolen vehicles. While luxury vehicles are often stolen by organized criminal networks for purposes of export, the low-end vehicles are for purposes of ballads, concealment of pieces or to commit other crimes.

Rick Dubin, vice-president for investigations at Insurance Bureau of Canada says that the older vehicles are easier to steal because they are not equipped with an approved Electronic immobilizer system. In addition, the number is so outstanding pupil steals a vehicle is easily confused with others. This is why we tend to use it to commit other crimes.

In addition, thieves are interested more vehicles to four high-end wheels such as the Hummer H2, the Cadillac Escalade, Lexus RX350, the BMWX5, the Mercedes Benz GL450, Lincoln MKX and Toyota RAV4 . This type of vehicles is often flies on control of networks of organized crime, and shipped in places such as West Africa and the Middle East.

In 2007, auto theft cost Canadian insurers $ 542 million. This total represents $ 35 average car insurance policy.

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