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Record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs Among 74,769 Stolen Cars In UK In 2020, Here Are 15 Most Stolen Last Year 

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Record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs Among 74,769 Stolen Cars In UK In 2020, Here Are 15 Most Stolen Last Year - autojosh

A record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs and 3,392 Ford Fiestas were stolen by robbers in UK in 2020, here is the list of 15 most stolen Cars In UK last year.

According to the National Statistics report, 72% of these stolen cars were never recovered by the police.

Record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs Among 74,769 Stolen Cars In UK In 2020, Here Are 15 Most Stolen Last Year - autojosh

Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA) figures has revealed that there were 74,769 recorded car robberies in 2020. This mind blowing figure is about 18,481 more vehicles or 33% jump on 2019.





This record car robberies was recorded in 2020 despite two national covid-19 lockdowns that restricted car movements on the road.

According to the list, the Ford Fiesta — the most-registered vehicle in the UK for the past 12 years — was the most targeted model – with 3,392 vehicles reported missing in 2020.

The records show that 1,008 more Fiestas were stolen last year than in 2019.

With increase in smart keyless car-theft, around 2,881 Range Rover SUVs were reported stolen in 2020 – up 50% on 2019, making it the second most stolen car last year.

 

Record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs Among 74,769 Stolen Cars In UK In 2020, Here Are 15 Most Stolen Last Year - autojosh

Record 2,881 Range Rover SUVs among 74,769 stolen cars in UK in 2020

Here are top fifteen most stolen cars in UK in 2020:





1. Ford Fiesta – 3,392

2. Land Rover Range Rover – 2,881

3. Volkswagen Golf – 1,975

4. Ford Focus – 1,587

5. BMW 3 Series – 1,435

6. Vauxhall Astra – 1,126

7. Land Rover Discovery – 900

8. Mercedes-Benz E Class – 766

9. BMW 5 Series – 678

10. Nissan Qashqai – 655

11. Ford Kuga – 620

12. BMW X5 – 551

13. Fiat 500 – 358

14. Mercedes-Benz GLC – 342

15. Audi A6 – 268

The DVLA figures also revealed that ultra-expensive and rare models were also stolen. These includes six Aston Martins, five Ferraris, eight Lamborghinis, one McLaren, twenty 20 Bentleys and eight Rolls-Royces.

According to the National Statistics report on vehicle-related theft, 72% of stolen cars were never recovered by the police or returned to their owners.





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