These are the most-stolen vehicles in Canada in 2020 1

These are the most-stolen vehicles in Canada in 2020


Bryan Gast from the Insurance Bureau of Canada explains why SUVs are the most commonly stolen vehicles.

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    1. Nearly all cars (sedans) are unlikely to be stolen, aside from a few… SUVs are the entire hot market for resale. Your Corolla is pretty safe.

  1. Notice how the cars in the list are Japanese brands. Thieves are smart to steal them because first of all, they are reliable and thus will be sought after. Second, they are inconspicuous because theres lots of them. A dumb thief would steal a Chevy.

  2. Best is to have a small bomb in your car that you can detonate once you know your car is stolen. Take out the thefts

  3. Imagine paying 40K for a new car just to get robbed and have your insurance take some of your deductible for the privilege of getting robbed.

  4. Call for tougher punishment on crimes, especially organized crimes. Most criminals can get back to street after 1-2 days. The cost of crime is too low.

    1. Notice thieves don’t GAF about the RAV-4 sport utes.

      Because they are tinny and gross compared to either CRVs or RX-350s. Not as solid and fun to drive.

  5. I reprogram cars and worked out how to steal F150’s for fun with my own truck to understand how to protect it. Realistically all auto manufacturers need to do to prevent a lot of thefts is implemented an optional 2FA toggle for ignition.

  6. “Lets start with the big news, what are the top stolen vehicles?”
    *talks for a full minute without answering the question*
    “okaaaay, so here’s the list you forgot about”

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