The 10 most stolen cars in the United States



A report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) noted that for the second year in a row, Chevrolet and Ford full-size pickup trucks ranked top two in annual stolen vehicle report.

Of the total of almost 1 million vehicles reported stolen in 2021, 14% of passenger vehicles were Chevrolet, Ford and GMC truck models full size.

“Crime is business, and business is good business,” said David Glawe, president and CEO of the NICB. “Used car values ​​are at all-time highs. We have seen a nearly 35% increase in used car values ​​in the last two years due to supply chain issues and inflation. Stolen cars can be shipped overseas and resold or disassembled for valuable used car parts here in the United States“.

According to the NICB statement, vehicle thefts increased 8% in 2021 compared to 2020.

The 10 most stolen vehicles nationwide in 2021:

1. Chevrolet Pickup (full size)
Robberies: 48,206
Most stolen model: 2004

two. ford pickup (full size)
Robberies: 47,999
Most stolen model: 2006

3. Honda Civic
Robberies: 31,673

Most stolen model: 2000

Four. honda accord
Robberies: 30,274
Most stolen model: 1997

5. toyota camry
Robberies: 17,270
Most stolen model: 2007

6. GMC Pickup (full size)
Robberies: 15,599
Most stolen model: 2005

7. nissan altima
Robberies: 14,108
Most stolen model: 2020

8. Honda CR-V
Robberies: 13,308
Most stolen model: 2000

9. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee
Robberies: 13,210
Most stolen model: 2018

10. Toyota Corolla
Robberies: 12,927
Most stolen model: 2020

NICB recommends that vehicle owners follow the Basic steps to protect yourself against potential theft and becoming a victim:

Roll up the windows, close the doors and take the keys or the keychain.

Park in well-lit areas and, when possible, in areas manned by security personnel and also protected by surveillance cameras.

Remove valuables from your car or keep them locked up in the trunk or out of sight under a rear deck cover.

– Consider adding a immobilization or tracking device for your vehicle.

If your vehicle is stolen, immediately call the police and your insurer. NICB data shows that reporting a vehicle as soon as possible after it has been stolen increases the chance of recovery.

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Source-eldiariony.com