The Honda Accord Is the Most Stolen Car in the U.S. . . . But Car Theft Is at Its Lowest Point in 46 Years
The National Insurance Crime Bureau just released its report on the most stolen cars of 2013 . . . and as usual, your fleet of Ferraris and Aston Martins was safe. But your Honda Accord was as good as dead.
There were 53,995 Honda Accords stolen in the U.S. last year, the most of any model by a MASSIVE margin. And usually they're Honda Accords from the '90s . . . those are easier to get into and get away with than modern versions.
The Honda Civic is the second-most stolen car in the U.S. . . . Chevy pickups are third . . . Ford pickups are fourth . . . and Toyota Camrys are fifth.
Of cars that were actually made in 2013, Nissan Altimas were the most stolen . . . there were 810 2013 Altimas stolen. The Ford Fusion was second.
But overall, there were fewer than 700,000 car thefts last year . . . that's the lowest number since 1967, and down 50% from 1991. (NICB)
(You can see the top 10 most stolen cars in your state here