The National Insurance Crime Bureau just released their annual “Hot Wheels” reports, identifying the ten most stolen vehicles in the country. The twist in the report is that most newer cars are a lot better off than the older models.

Top Ten Most Stolen Vehicles Last Year

  1. Honda Civic, 1998 (6,707)
  2. Honda Accord, 1997 (6,301)
  3. Ford Pick-Up (Full Size), 2006 (3,151)
  4. Chevrolet Pick-Up (Full Size), 2004 (1,907)
  5. Toyota Camry, 2017 (1,100)
  6. Nissan Altima, 2016 (1,450)
  7. Toyota Corolla, 2106 (1,012)
  8. Dodge Pick-Up (Full Size), 2001 (1,242)
  9. GMC Pickup (Full Size), 2017 (957)
  10. Chevrolet Impala 2008 (991)

This list shows that yes, older model cars do seem to be higher on the list but that doesn't mean that new cars are free and clear.

Top Ten Most Stolen 2017 Vehicles Last Year

  1. Nissan Altima (1,153)
  2. Toyota Camry (1,100)
  3. GMC Pickup (Full Size) (957)
  4. Hyundai Elantra (929)
  5. Ford Fusion (874)
  6. Ford Pickup (Full Size) (842)
  7. Ram Pickup (835)
  8. Toyota Corolla (832)
  9. GMC Savana (774)
  10. Hyundai Sonata (759)

You can see the full report here.