CANBERRA – Many of Australia's most popular family cars are exposed to a greater risk of theft than are luxury sedans, NRMA Insurance says. Its 2004 new-vehicle theft scores show some manufacturers are not keeping up to speed with new technology that makes cars more theft resistant and less desirable to thieves. Impreza among most improved in theft deterrence, OZ insurer says. NRMA Insurance measured the “theftability” of nearly 200 new vehicles released in the last year, rating ...
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