Top Ten List Of Most Stolen Vehicles Of 2016

By Grace Vasquez

Do you own a vehicle on the “Most Wanted” list aka “Hot Wheels?” Fortunately (or unfortunately) for me, my vehicle isn’t on the list but is so old and banged up I’d probably have to pay someone to take it.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) released its annual Hot Wheels report listing the top ten most stolen vehicles in the U.S.

Now, while Honda Accords and Civics dominate this annual list, they are older, pre-”smart key” production models. So Honda owners take heed, since the introduction of smart keys and other anti-theft technology, Honda thefts have declined steeply. As the list of top 25 most stolen 2016 model year vehicles shows, there were only 493 thefts of Accords last year.

While thefts are down dramatically since their all-time high in 1992, thousands of vehicles continue to be stolen each year because owners leave their keys or fobs in the vehicles and that invites theft. Well, file that one under DUH!

If you want to know if your vehicle made the Top Ten List of “Hot Wheels” here it is and good luck with that! ~grace

Make/Model Model year most stolen (# thefts) Total model thefts
1. Honda Accord 1997 (7,527) 50,427
2. Honda Civic 1998 (7,578) 49,547
3. Ford Pick-Up (Full Size) 2006 (2,986) 32,721
4. Chevrolet Pick-Up (Full Size) 2004 (2,107) 31,238
5. Toyota Camry 2016 (1,113) 16,732
6. Nissan Altima 2015  (1,673) 12,221
7. Dodge Pick-Up (Full Size) 2001 (1,288) 12,128
8. Toyota Corolla 2015 (1,070) 11,989
9. Chevrolet Impala 2008 (1,013) 9,749
10. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee 2000 (898) 9,245

 


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