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At DCH Gardena Honda we are used to telling folks how much Honda vehicles are in high demand, usually though we are referring to how many people are buying new ones. As it turns out Honda cars are in high demand in other aspects too. LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) today released its second annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report, highlighting results from its 2010 recoveries that provide valuable information on the ongoing issue of vehicle theft. Honda's topped the list of imports, with the 2000 Honda Civic ranking as LoJack’s most stolen vehicle recovered! Luckily the percentage of theft drops drastically as the year of the vehicle gets newer with the increased anti theft technology that manufactures are and have been implementing in newer cars. We still recommend LoJack as a safety net to the factory security system though! For the whole list of most stolen vehicles click here, and to replace your older Honda with a new and more secure one stop in to see us at DCH Gardena Honda today! :)

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7/29/2012 18:22:49

Auto theft will decrease in the future will advanced security features in cars it is really hard to not get caught.Honda has some most high performance cars in the market.

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9/13/2012 20:29:56

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9/14/2012 14:08:24

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9/23/2012 19:17:56

kudos! A trustworthy blog, thanks for putting an effort to publish this information. very informative and does exactly what it sets out to do. thumbs up! :)

Joseph Aidan
www.arielmed.com

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