The 10 most-stolen vehicles of 2019 are many of the best-selling cars in America

Tim Levin
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05 2020 Honda CR V Hybrid source
2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid. Honda
  • The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its annual "Hot Wheels" list of the most-stolen vehicles. 

  • The most-stolen vehicles in 2019 included the Ford F-Series, Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, and Nissan Altima. 

  • Overall, the NICB found that thieves targeted 2018 models more than other vehicle years. 

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The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its annual list of the vehicles most likely to be targeted by thieves, naming a new most-stolen vehicle in the US. 

According to the organization, Ford F-Series pickups were stolen more frequently than any other make and model in 2019. And that makes sense, given that the truck has reigned as the best-selling vehicle in the US for decades. 

The NICB analyzed vehicle-theft data that law-enforcement agencies reported to the National Crime Information Center to determine the top ten vehicles thieves target the most, as well as the model years most likely to be stolen. 

The three model years stolen most frequently last year were 2018 (47,859 thefts), 2019 (45,118 thefts), and 2017 (39,425). 

Check out the 10 vehicles that topped the NICB's "Hot Wheels" report below:

10. Honda CR-V — 10,094 thefts

2020 Honda CR V
Honda CR-V. Honda

Most-stolen model year: 2001

9. GMC Sierra — 11,164 thefts

2018 GMC Sierra 1500
2018 GMC Sierra 1500. GMC

Most-stolen model year: 2018

8. Dodge Ram — 11,292 thefts

2021 Ram 1500 TRX
2021 Ram 1500 TRX. FCA

Most-stolen model year: 2001

7. Toyota Corolla — 12,137 thefts

2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan
Toyota Corolla sedan. Toyota

Most-stolen model year: 2018

6. Nissan Altima — 13,355 thefts

2020 Nissan Altima 11 source
Nissan Altima. Nissan

Most-stolen model year: 2015

5. Toyota Camry — 15,656 thefts

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Toyota Camry. Toyota

Most-stolen model year: 2007 

4. Honda Accord — 30,745 thefts

2020 Honda Accord
2020 Honda Accord. Honda

Most-stolen model year: 1997 

3. Chevrolet Silverado — 32,583 thefts

2020 Chevrolet Silverado
GM

Most-stolen model year: 2004

2. Honda Civic — 33,220 thefts

2019 Honda Civic Sedan Touring
2019 Honda Civic Sedan Touring. Honda

Most-stolen model year: 2000

1. Ford F-Series — 38,938 thefts

2018 Ford F-150.
2018 Ford F-150. Ford

Most-stolen model year: 2006

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