Top 10 Most Frequently Stolen Cars

The Top 10 Most Frequently Stolen Cars. Is your Car on the List?

Here is a list of the top 10 most stolen cars in 2014, according to the NICB. Total thefts for each car run up in the thousands.

  1. Honda Accord

“Honestly, if I want your car, I will get it,” he said. “Hondas are the easiest to steal. The ignitions are easy.” – Ex-Car Thief, 9News.

Honda Accord
  1. Honda Civic

My civic was stolen and recovered. Found that the ignition was taken out. They removed two screws and voila, start up without a key.” – Youtube, “How they stole my Honda civic.”

Honda Civic
  1. Ford Pickup

“You can steal these trucks with a screwdriver,” – Lt. Scott Dombrowski, Houston Police Dept,

Ford Truck
  1. Chevrolet Pickup

“If you do own a Chevy pickup truck be on the lookout for it…If you are going to park it in the drive way, if you have a second vehicle park it behind it.” – Sgt. Rudy Luna,

Chevy Truck
  1. Toyota Camry

“The Camry has been one of the bestselling cars in America for decades, with more than 7 million sold. All of those Camrys make an appealing target for thieves.” – AutoTrader

Toyota Camry
  1. Dodge Pickup

“About 4 a.m. Sept. 17, thieves stole her husband’s 2001 Dodge Ram pickup…” –

Dodge Truck
  1. Dodge Caravan

“They’re easy to steal and they’re easy to use for other crimes.” – Police Chief Mike McGarth, Cleve Scene.

Dodge Caravan
  1. Nissan Altima

3 idling cars stolen within 3 hours in a community — one of which was a 2002 Nissan Altima. –

Nissan Altima
  1. Acura Integra

“It is insanely easy to steal an Integra. If you street park it long enough, you’ll come back to find an empty parking space. I live in a low-crime neighborhood, but that didn’t stop people from stealing it anyways.” – graytotoro, Reddit Poster

Acura Integra
  1. Nissan Maxima

A Nissan Maxima owner had his car stolen completely stripped of its parts in one night. See the story here.

Nissan Maxima

Don’t want to deal with the heartache of losing your most prized possession to a thief? GPS tracking devices installed on cars are a great way to protect your asset and ensure vehicle recovery. Check out Kahu, a GPS vehicle tracking app that lets you track your car’s location anywhere, anytime from your smartphone. Averaging 26 minutes for vehicle recovery, Kahu will work with law enforcement if your car is ever stolen.

Photos courtesy of Wikipedia

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