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Most Stolen Cars Of Last Year; Is This Your Car? [LIST]

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I guess it’s not the richest and most flashy cars that criminals are eying up. According to the National Insurance Crime Board here are the make and models of the most stolen cars for last year.

Good news: The FBI says that car thefts are going down year after year!

Here’s the list of the 10 most stolen cars from all model years taken during 2013, according to the NICB, with total units cited:

1. Honda Accord, 53,995
2. Honda Civic, 45,001
3. Chevrolet Silverado, 27,809
4. Ford F-150, 26,494
5. Toyota Camry, 14,420
6. Dodge/Ram Pickup, 11,347
7. Dodge Caravan, 10,911
8. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee, 9,272
9. Toyota Corolla, 9,010
10. Nissan Altima, 8,892

per Yahoo

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