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Top 10 most stolen vehicles across America

Don’t forget to lock your doors…

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Each year the National Insurance Crime Bureau releases its Hot Wheels report – a list of the top 10 most stolen cars in the United States – and 2020’s report has dropped.

Comparing 2020 with 2019, the NCIB found the number of thefts for all the top 10 models increased and a few saw double digit theft increase percentages.

The top 10 most stolen cars, in inverse order, from 2020 are: 

Dodge Ram pickup truck

  • Thefts: 11,991
  • Increase from 2019: 6.2 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2001

2004 Honda CR-V

, Top 10 most stolen vehicles across America, ClassicCars.com Journal
  • Thefts: 12,309
  • Increase from 2019: 21.9 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2000

Toyota Corolla

  • Thefts: 12,515
  • Increase from 2019: 3.1 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2020

GMC pickup truck

  • Thefts: 13,016
  • Increase from 2019: 16.6 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2005

Nissan Altima

  • Thefts: 14,668
  • Increase from 2019: 9.8 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2020

Toyota Camry

  • Thefts: 16,915
  • Increase from 2019: 8.0 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2019

Honda Accord

  • Thefts: 30,814
  • Increase from 2019: 0.2 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 1997

Honda Civic

  • Thefts: 34,144
  • Increase from 2019: 2.8 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2000

Chevrolet Silverado

  • Thefts: 40,968
  • Increase from 2019: 25.7 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2004

Ford F-150

  • Thefts: 44,014
  • Increase from 2019: 13 percent
  • Most common model year stolen: 2006

In its report, the NICB also shared 4 tips on how to level up on protection and prevent vehicle theft. These include using your common sense when it comes to locking your door and removing your keys from the ignition, installing warning devices, using immobilizing devices like smart keys and kill switches and installing a tracking device.

For more information and tips for keeping our car safe from theft, visit the NICB website.

Racheal Colbert
An experienced writer and editor, Racheal brings her enthusiasm for collector cars to her role as the Content Manager of the Collector Car Network. Former Content Writer and Marketing Manager in the tech and publishing industry, Racheal brings a fresh perspective to the Journal and the automotive world.

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