Do you have such a car?  be cerfull.  These models are the most common thieves

Data provided by IBRM Summer It originated on the basis of the deregistration database that was the cause of it theft trolley. Good news to start with – in the first half of 2022, 3074 passenger cars and cars weighing up to 3.5 tons were stolen in Poland, which means A decrease compared to the same period last year, by up to 17.1 percent.

More than that because As much as 23.5 percent (up to 754 units)The number of car thefts in Warsaw cars has decreased license plates. However, this does not change the fact that every fourth stolen car was registered in the capital.

However, IBRM SAMAR assures that it is not every time that it is stolen in Warsaw. Experts note that the statistics are slightly distorted by the fact that up to 60 percent. The stolen cars were registered in the capital’s rental and CFM companies.

Relatively small cars fell prey to thieves. The most cars were stolen in 2019. And always over the years Asian brands are often targeted by criminals. Toyota models are in the lead, with 190 parts stolen. Second place is followed by hyundas with a score of 99, and the platforms are closed lexuses (51 pieces). Then in the top five there were k (40) and Fiat (34 pieces).

When it comes to the five models most exposed to theft, the order is as follows. The absence of any car from a European manufacturer may come as a surprise here.

  • Toyota RAV4 (52 pcs.)
  • Toyota Corolla (51 pieces)
  • Hyundai Tucson (47 pieces)
  • Mitsubishi Outlander (26 pieces)
  • Toyota Yaris (25 pieces)

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