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Fiat

The crime rate for Fiat is higher than average, but owners of Fiat cars needn’t panic – there are numerous vans in the Fiat range. They attract thieves because they’re often full of goodies like tools and electric goods, which are easy to sell on.

The Marea might come as a surprise, with its inflated crime rate – but there are very few on the road and consequently the average rate is a little skewed. If 100 incidents of crime are recorded and there are only 120 of the car on the road the relative rate is far higher than if there 1000 incidents of crime related to a car of which there are 100,000 on the road.

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See also: Top 10 Cars Stolen to order / Top 10 Most Stolen Cars

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Crimes involving FIAT by type
Offence type Offences per 10,000
registered vehicles
Theft from 84
Criminal Damage 75
Theft of 18
Interfering with 5
Other 1
Total 184

6.5% worse than the national average.

Crimes involving FIAT by range
Range Criminal Damage Interfering with Other Theft from Theft of All offences
All figures are offences per 10,000 registered vehicles
Qubo 6 0 0 0 6 27
Sedici 13 0 6 13 0 30
Coupe 23 0 0 11 11 63
Idea 25 0 0 36 5 66
Panda 44 1 0 26 4 74
500 46 3 0 30 17 93
Fiorino 21 7 0 79 7 112
Ulysse 48 3 0 45 9 113
Bravo 66 2 1 48 17 132
Seicento 72 4 1 48 17 143
Stilo 70 2 1 53 20 144
Brava 77 3 0 46 25 151
Doblo 43 8 0 100 9 157
Ducato 23 5 1 124 17 165
Multipla 76 2 0 65 22 166
Punto 83 6 1 83 17 192
Scudo 55 12 2 141 14 227
Marea 186 10 0 117 49 374
 

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