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The Most Stolen Cars in the U.S.

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A report was just released on the most stolen cars in America for 2013.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau found the most stolen car in the U.S. last year was the Honda Accord with almost 54,000 reported as stolen.

The report also found that of those Honda Accords stolen last year, most were models from the 90′s.

Honda Civic is second, Chevy pickups are third, Ford pickups came in fourth, and Toyota Camrys are fifth.

Of the 2013 models that were stolen, Nissan Altimas were most stolen with Ford Fusion coming in second.

But overall, car thefts were down last year with fewer than 700,000.  That’s the lowest number since 1967, and down 50% from 1991.

 

 

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