By the Numbers: 10 Most Attractive Cars for Thieves

National Insurance Crime Bureau details top stolen vehicles by state

If you’re worried about your car getting stolen, you have good reason to be afraid.

Roughly 700,000 cars were stolen in the United States last year, according to an FBI estimate.

The total loss due to car thefts is around $4 billion a year, so you might want to keep an eye on those wheels.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently unveiled a list (appropriately titled Hot Wheels), which shows the top stolen cars by state. Here’s a hint: Honda is really popular.

Let’s take a look at what the Bureau found:

  • Alabama—1997 Chevorlet Pickup (Full size)
  • Florida—2006 Ford Pickup (Full size)
  • Georgia—1996 Honda Accord
  • Kentucky—1999 Chevorlet Pickup (Full size)
  • Maryland—2000 Dodge Caravan
  • New Jersey—1996 Honda Accord
  • New York—1998 Honda Civic
  • Tennessee—1994 Chevorlet Pickup (Full size)
  • Texas—2006 Ford Pickup
  • Virginia—1997 Honda Accord
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