Cars still a soft option for thieves

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The Independent Online
It is still too easy for thieves to get into most cars despite the fitting of more security devices, the Consumers' Association has claimed.

Motorists should always park in well-lit areas and never leave vehicle documents in the car, the association's Which? Car magazine advises.

The most secure vehicles are the Rover 100, the Peugeot 306, the Vauxhall Vectra, the Vauxhall Omega and the Citroen Synergie, the magazine concludes. Among the least secure are the Renault Clio 1.2 RL, the Suzuki Baleno 1.6 GLX, Seat Toledo 1.8 GLXi and Saab 9000CS 2.0i.

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