Do you park your car outside your house at night? What if tomorrow morning you suddenly found out that your car is gone? That might just not be shocking, but also heart wrenching. After all, we know you put your hard earned money into that that car, and strong connection you have with your car.
Well, we don’t have any intention to frighten you. But, the car thieves do have plenty of ways and reasons to make you frightened. After all, it is a very common practice in India. Usually car thieves love those cars, which come with greater resale value. Popularity of the model is also a great factor while stealing a car. Therefore the cars from makers like Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra come top on the list of car thieves.
Hindustan Ambassadors have been immensely popular in India for decades. Presently these iconic cars are out of production, but still in use vehemently. Many people in their middle age still consider this old beauty as their tried and tested cars. Not only that. Although, the taxi cabs are gradually growing in Indian metro cities, but Indian taxi riders at large still prefer the old yellow cabs, which are all Hindustan Ambassadors. Now you must be thinking why we are talking all these irrelevant facts. Yes, we know that you know it all. But the fact is, being such a popular car and with great resale value Hindustan Ambassador is also a great attractive pretty thing to the car thieves.
Here we brought you a list of cars, which are the most stolen cars of India. Take a look.
Despite its persisting problems and issues with build quality, the Tata Indica is sure to go down in Indian automobile history. It is after all the car which made India automobile history in 1998 when it became India’s first indigenously developed passenger. Since its launch Tata Motors has sold well over a million Indica’s which says a lot about the hatchback’s success. Despite competition from better packaged and built hatchbacks from international manufacturers, the Indica retains a strong market share. With prices starting from Rs 3,59,130 to Rs 4,88,648 for the diesel and petrol variants, is the Indica still good enough to warrant a place for itself in the market?