Range Rovers are becoming prime targets for thieves in the UK, with 5,200 stolen by 2022.
Insurance companies have noticed and premiums for Range Rovers have increased, sometimes doubling or tripling in value.
Some insurers refuse to cover a Range Rover, leaving owners vulnerable.
Professional thieves are using keyless entry technology to gain access to the vehicle.
Many stolen Range Rovers are protected locally or shipped overseas, never to be seen again.
JLR resolves insurance with advanced Remote app security features.
Range Rovers were not JLR’s first brush with crime, as in the 1960s, Jaguar Mk II sedans were the go-to cars for criminals.
Range Rover owners should invest in the best immobilizer and aftermarket equipment available.
If any suspicious activity is seen, garages should be secured tightly.