Struggling to sell your BMW X5? Simply park it outside and a kind-hearted thief will steal it for you. But don’t bother with a tracking device, because you’ll only get it back.
Yep, imaginatively named electronic car tracking company, Tracker, has released data of the top ten cars stolen and recovered in 2013, based on its efforts returning nearly £8,500,000-worth of metal to its rightful owners. And the X5 is top of the list.
Unsurprisingly, it shares space on the top ten with lots of other fancy stuff. The BMW M3, Porsche 911, and Range Rover are lurking nervously, proving if nothing else that thieves have impeccable taste in other peoples’ stuff.
If you own anything on the list, Tracker suggests buying one of its units. But other more extreme options are available…
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