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Among the data in its report, NICB lists the top 10 most frequently stolen vehicles in 2014 ― owners of these vehicles will want to make sure they keep them safe:

10. Nissan Maxima

Number stolen in 2014: 6,586.

 

9. Acura Integra

Number stolen in 2014: 6,902.

 

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8. Nissan Altima

Number stolen in 2014: 9,109.

 

7. Dodge Caravan

Number stolen in 2014: 10,483.

 

6. Dodge Pickup (full size)

Number stolen in 2014: 11,075.

 

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5. Toyota Camry

Number stolen in 2014: 14,605.

 

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4. Chevrolet Pickup (full size)

Number stolen in 2014: 23,196.

 

3. Ford Pickup (full size)

Number stolen in 2014: 28,680 thefts.

 

2. Honda Civic

Number stolen in 2014: 43,936.

 

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1. Honda Accord

Number stolen in 2014: 51,290 thefts

The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports the Honda Accord was the most frequently stolen passenger vehicle in 2014, with 51,290 thefts among all model years of this car. NICB notes that older Honda Accords and Civics account for most of these thefts; newer Hondas are rarely stolen because of improved antitheft technology.


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