10. Nissan GT-R
Would you want to know if the government listed your car among the 10 most likely models to be stolen?
There’s a chance your baby is on here, so read on to learn what the latest information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has to say. The statistics are based on car thefts in 2011, which is the latest year available.
Would you really be that shocked to see a balaclava-wearing jerk jimmying his way into your GT-R? After all, the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 made 485 hp that year, although that’s increased to 545 hp for the model year 2014 Track Edition.