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Question of the Day (15-Sep-18)

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America’s car thieves show clear preferences in the vehicles they steal. Size, speed and luxury are all important factors when it comes to selecting a target. And the country's car thieves are, at least, patriotic. If America's car making giants have struggled in recent years to build vehicles that match the public taste, they are keeping car thieves happy. Only two of the top ten stolen cars in America- measured in terms of cash paid out by insurers- come from a foreign manufacturer. America's car criminals are more suspicious of Japanese or European models and are reluctant to be seen in smaller cars.

Which of the following, if true, most seriously undermines the credibility of the argument above?
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 1)American cars are bigger, faster and more luxurious compared to foreign made ones.
 2)American cars cost more, are poorly designed, and easier to steal.
 3)Car thefts and patriotism are not related.
 4)The primary reason to steal a car is to part it out and take advantage of the demand for used parts.
 5)America’s car thieves have horrible choices.

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