Over the past two weeks, Turvey Park firefighters have extinguished five separate car fires around Wagga.
The latest comes after crews were dispatched to Moorong at 1:07am on Saturday October 13.
Arriving to the corner of Scotts and Edwards Street, near Wagga's golf course, they found the car to be engulfed by flames on the side of the road.
It took less than 20 minutes to control the fire, with no need to secure the car's fluids.
Police are now investigating the matter, and believe the car to have been stolen.
It follows a resurgence of car fires in the past week and a half, beginning on Thursday October 4 when a family were awoken to find their cars set alight.
A day later, a police chase ended with a stolen Holden Rodeo on fire near Bushland Leavenworth Drive, Mount Austin.
On Sunday October 7, crews responded to a car fire near the rail bridge on Red Hill Road near Lloyd.
Since January, firefighters have extinguished more than 70 cars, most believed to have been deliberately set.