For the first time ever, a list detailing Britain's most theft-proof vehicles has been compiled and announced at the British Insurance Car Security Awards (wasn't E!'s pre-show red carpet coverage great?). British insurance firms said they would not be proffering up discounts because of these awards, and that the security of the listed cars has already been accounted for in their premiums. The most secure vehicles were arranged by segment, and the awards were distributed as follows: Supermini: Citroen C3; Small family: Audi A3; Family: Toyota Avensis; Compact executive: Lexus IS 200; Mini-MPV: Ford Focus C-MAX; Large-MPV: Renault Espace; Convertible: Saab 9-3; Performance: Nissan 350Z; 4x4: VW Touareg; Exec/Luxury: Audi A8. The least secure? An unlocked Miata with the top down, the keys in the ignition and a "STEAL ME" sign on the hood.
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