10 Carros de Luxo mais roubados nos E.U.A.

10 Most Stolen Luxury Cars in the U.S.
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10. Volvo V70
Volvo v70
Theft rate: 3.01 per thousand
The Volvo V70 is a mid-size station wagon introduced in 1997. Three were stolen in 2009 from its production run of 996 units. 

9. Audi A8
Audi A8
Theft rate: 3.31 per thousand
Audi has been making the A8 since 1994, and in 1997 it gained prominence as the first mass-produced car with a lightweight aluminum chassis. Of the 1,810 produced in 2009, six were stolen. 


8. Chrysler Sebring
Chrysler Sebring
Theft rate: 3.32 per thousand
The Chrysler Sebring didn’t exactly win rave reviews before it was discontinued in 2010. The Sebring may be a decent car on vacation, but we'd think twice about taking one home.” Despite the lukewarm reviews, car thieves stole 65 of the 19,588 units manufactured in the U.S. in 2009. 

7. Chrysler Sebring Convertible
Chrysler Sebring Convertible
Theft rate: 3.73 per thousand
The Chrysler Sebring Convertible was more popular with critics than its sedan variant. It wasn’t just the critics who liked the Chrysler Sebring Convertible --- thieves did too. In 2009, 18 of the 4,827 manufactured in that year were stolen. 

6. Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
Mercedes-Bens CL-Class
Theft rate: 3.91 per thousand
Mercedes-Benz’s status as a luxury brand is undisputed. The German manufacturer has been making top-of-the-line automobiles since 1926, including the CL-Class luxury coupe. Only 1,278 of these were made in 2009, and of those, five were stolen. 

5. General Motors Cadillac STS
Cadillac STS
Theft rate: 4.28 per thousand
Even people who know nothing about cars consider Cadillac the cream of the luxury automobile sector. The STS, which was discontinued in 2011, was no exception, although some reviews suggested that it was long on interior luxury and short on performance. In 2009, General Motors manufactured 7,239 of these cars, and of that amount, 31 were stolen. 

4. Nissan Infiniti M35/M45
Nissan Infiniti M35
Theft rate: 4.32 per thousand
The Nissan Motor Company is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world. In 2011 they reported revenue almost equaling 8.8 trillion Japanese yen, or $113 billion. Part of their success can be attributed to the Infiniti M luxury vehicle, which includes the M35 and the M45, of which 6,243 were manufactured in 2009. 27 of those were stolen from the streets of the U.S..

3. Chrysler 300
Chrysler 300
Theft rate: 4.57 per thousand
The Chrysler 300 is a full-size, high-end sedan that debuted at the 2003 New York Auto Show. 31,287 were manufactured in 2009 and 143 were stolen. 

2. BMW M5
BMW M5
Theft rate: 7.58 per thousand
The parent company of Rolls Royce and the producer of the iconic Mini, BMW produces some of the most powerful and highly envied cars on the road under its own brand. This includes the M5, a high-performance vehicle introduced at the 1984 Amsterdam Motor Show. Of the 264 units that were made in 2009, two were stolen. 

1. Audi S8
Audi S8
Theft rate: 8.81 per thousand
The Audi S8 is a full-size, four-door luxury sedan introduced in 1996. The car’s third generation was introduced in 2009, and in that year only 227 units were manufactured. As with the BMW M5, two of these were stolen, but since the production run was smaller it places higher on the list.

Source: cnbc.com

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