Posted Mar 15th 2012 9:29AM
In Canada, we have our own top 10 list of most stolen cars, and we also published a list of cars least likely to be stolen, which differs from the U.S. But LoJack has released some interesting data about the U.S. cars being pilfered every day, and created an infographic displaying info associated with the 10,251 LoJack-equipped vehicles that were stolen and then recovered there last year.
The company says that, of all vehicles equipped with the theft recovery system, a whopping 92 per cent are brought back to their rightful owners.
The data provides some fun facts like the oldest vehicle saved from the clutches of thieves in 2011 was a 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline, while the priciest of them all was a 2010 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG weighing in at a whopping $151,600 Cdn.
Anything can happen but with a 92 per cent success rate in the U.S., you can bet that LoJack can be as effective in Canada too.
News Source: LoJack