How easy is it to steal a Giulia? I'm getting a bit worried by constant media reports of desirable cars being stolen by thieves using key-readers, apparently these types can stand by your front door in the early hours and electronically copy your key code, if the key is inside somewhere. Unless of course you're in the habit of keeping your key in a locked safe or wrapped in lead sheet before you go to bed at night. My last few cars have all been unlocked by pressing a button on the key, but the Giulia is the only one that will start and run without the key being stuck in the ignition, does this make my Alfa easier to start and drive away than the Mercedes and BMWs that thieves usually seem to go for? Giulias are rare, does this make them less likely to be stolen, or more likely? Are typical car thieves even well educated enough to know what an Alfa is? I don't do a big UK mileage, but I'm pretty observant where cars, especially Alfas, are concerned, and I haven't seen a single new Giulia in several months. I don't want resort to the medieval practice if using of something like a steering wheel lock, and my car is never parked on the road overnight. What do the rest of you think, am I worrying unnecessarily? The real problem of course is manufacturer complacency, but as far as I can see, they aren't exactly rushing to do something about this very real problem.