The 2 lists below show that Hondas were in the top two positions, with the smaller Civic coming in second place. The Pickup trucks were among the most wanted as well, with Fords in third place and Chevys in the fourth place. Rams, or the pickups that were formerly marketed as Dodges, were in sixth place.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau offers some advice to the drivers:
– Lock your car and take the keys.
– Have a visible or audible warning device to help you spot your car.
– Get an immobilizing device, such as a kill switch, fuel cut-off and smart keys. If your car can’t start, it generally can’t be stolen.
– Track your car. Tracking devices can send signals to police or monitoring stations and help authorities recover stolen cars.
Here are the 10 most stolen vehicles in the U.S.:
1. Honda Accord (52,244 units)
2. Honda Civic (49,430 units)
3. Ford pickup (29,396 units)
4. Chevrolet pickup (27,771 units)
5. Toyota Camry (15,466 units)
6. Ram pickup (11,212 units)
7. Toyota Corolla (10,547 units)
8. Nissan Altima (10,374 units)
9. Dodge Caravan (9,798 units)
10. Chevrolet Impala (9,225 units)
Most stolen 2015 model year vehicles stolen in 2015:
1. Nissan Altima (1,104 units)
2. Chrysler 200 (1,069 units)
3. Toyota Camry (923 units)
4. Toyota Corolla (776 units)
5. GMC Sierra (670 units)
6. Dodge Charger (666 units)
7. Hyundai Sonata (632 units)
8. Chevrolet Malibu (629 units)
9. Chevrolet Impala (594 units)
10. Chevrolet Cruze (586 units)
Credits: BM Daily News