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Hyundai

People have only really been buying Hyundai models in big numbers since 2008 – they’re fairly secure and have very low crime rates attached to them. The bottom of the table features much older, less secure cars, along with the H100 van, which is so rare you probably never knew it existed and the i800 van. Vans always tend to have higher crime rates than cars because they are used to transport valuable items. 

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

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Crimes involving Hyundai by type
Offence type Offences per 10,000
registered vehicles
Criminal Damage 47
Theft from 38
Theft of 8
Interfering with 1
Other 0
Total 93

45.9% better than the national average.

Crimes involving Hyundai by range
Range Criminal Damage Interfering with Other Theft from Theft of All offences
All figures are offences per 10,000 registered vehicles
ix20 7 2 0 10 2 23
i40 9 0 0 17 0 24
ix35 9 1 0 20 2 32
i10 19 0 0 16 2 37
i20 18 0 0 16 2 37
Tucson 18 0 0 32 3 53
i30 31 0 0 20 3 54
Terracan 21 0 0 30 9 64
Santa Fe 22 1 0 37 5 67
Matrix 38 1 0 26 4 67
Sonata 28 0 0 28 9 70
Getz 43 1 1 28 5 77
Amica 45 2 0 35 8 89
Coupe 45 0 0 34 7 91
Elantra 46 0 0 46 8 94
Lantra 51 4 0 35 16 102
i800 36 6 0 67 12 113
Accent 64 2 0 40 16 122
Trajet 69 4 0 36 15 124
Atoz 123 0 0 62 34 211
H100 133 21 0 154 62 345
 

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