The 10 Most Stolen Cars In 2023 Revealed

Posted on February 28, 2023

Thefts are up 29% as experts warn cost of living crisis could put your motor at greater risk.

Car theft rose by 29 per cent between September 2021 and the same month in 2022, according to new figures from by the Office for National Statistics (ONS),

With motor crime on the rise, the AA has warned that cases could increase this year as the cost of living crunch intensifies and more people are tempted to turn to crime to make money.

This is Money earlier this month revealed which 10 cars were most often stolen last year, with one model seeing a 53 per cent rise in thefts.

Security experts warned that a shortage of vehicle parts is making mainstream cars more tempting for professional thieves.


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