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 7 years ago '06        #1
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bran 146 heat pts146
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10 Most Stolen Cars In America
 

 
10. 2009 Toyota Corolla


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Trade-In Value*: $11,100
Original Price in 2009: $15,910
New Car Value (2011): $17,400

The Toyota Corolla is one of the “best loved cars in America” according to Kelley Blue Book. It rates high on maintenance and resale value — and it gets decent gas mileage. The 2011 had just “minor cosmetic changes,” which means parts from prior year models can be used in the newer models, which makes the car very attractive to car thieves.

9. 2002 Ford Explorer


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Trade-In Value: $4,350
Original Price in 2002: $27,775
New Car Value (2011): $30,000

The Ford Explorer is one of the most popular SUVs on the market. People love the vehicle because it has the functionality of an SUV but also has style and comfort. Because they’re so popular, Ford hasn’t made too many changes in subsequent models, except for improvements to safety and roominess. You know what that means — thieves love them for the parts.

8. 1994 Acura Integra


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Trade-In Value: $625
Original Price in 1994: $16,695
New Car Value (2011): N/A

The Integra makes the stolen list because it was a popular vehicle that Honda made from 1985 to 2007 that people liked to buy and soup up “Fast and Furious” style with everything from engine modification to enhanced suspension and blinged-up wheels, Keah explains.

What makes them even more desirable for car thieves is that they were easy to steal and the same parts were used from year to year.

7. 1994 Chevrolet Pickup


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Trade-In Value: $1,200
Original Price in 1994: $16,322
New Car Value (2011): $20,800

Pickup trucks like the 1994 Chevy S-10 are extremely popular, particularly in Texas and the south. In Texas, for example, they’re often stolen and then driven across the border into Mexico where they’re harder to recover.

6. 2000 Dodge Caravan


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Trade-In Value: $1,450
Original Price in 2000: $21,905
New Car Value (2011): $24,800

The Dodge Caravan is a popular minivan that is a big hit among soccer moms in places like Michigan and, as a result, thieves, who steal them for their parts. Thieves love the older models because they lack anti-theft devices and they have valuable parts like airbags and catalytic converters. The Caravan is so popular in Michigan, that five of the top 10 most stolen vehicles in Michigan are Caravans (the 2000, the 1999, the 1998, the 1997 and the 1996).

5. 2004 Dodge Ram Pickup


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Trade-In Value: $5,050
Original Price in 2004: $22,295
New Car Value (2011): $20,100

Pickup trucks like the Ram are stolen for valuable parts such as the wheels and tailgates, Keah said. Tailgates can often get mangled in an accident and the new ones are expensive to replace since they often have cameras for backing up in them. (A tailgate with a camera can set you back $1,000 to $1,500.) Plus, the older ones are easy to steal, he said.

4. 1997 Ford F-150 Pickup


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Trade-In Value: $1,200
Original Price in 1997: $17,480
New Car Value (2011): $22,600

Ford has been making its best-selling F-series pickup trucks since 1948 and for most of that time the F-150 has not only been the best-selling truck in America but the best-selling vehicle in America. That means there will always be a market for parts — and for thieves, who love those older models. 1997, incidentally, marked Ford’s first redesign of the F-150 since 1980. It was also the model where Ford introduced the rounded nose, a risky move given the F-150's popularity. To give buyers time to adjust to the change, Ford began selling the 1997s in January 1996, right alongside the 1996 models.

3. 1991 Toyota Camry


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Trade-In Value: $700
Original Price in 1991: $14,513
New Car Value (2011): $19,900

The top three cars are all popular sedans, including the 1991 Toyota Camry. What makes them attractive to thieves is that these makes and models are easy to steal and the parts don’t change much from year to year. The Camry is known for its quality and reliability and great resale value. As a result, it’s a popular target for thieves all across America, from Delaware to Florida, Kansas, California and Hawaii.


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 The 10 Most Stolen Cars and Trucks in America - Yahoo! Autos

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 7 years ago '06        #2
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2. 1995 Honda Civic


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Trade-In Value: $1,100
Original Price in 1995: $11,970
New Car Value (2011): $17,400

The Civic gets great reviews and is one of the best-selling compact cars. People love them for their great fuel efficiency, reliability, repair history and resale value, according to Kelley Blue Book. It’s also pretty roomy inside, despite being a compact. Thieves love them for their parts. Cars like the Camry and Civic make the most-stolen list just about every year though the model year generally goes up one.

1. 1994 Honda Accord


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Trade-In Value: $975
Original Price in 1994: $15,430
New Car Value (2011): $20,200

And the winner of the Most Stolen Vehicle contest is … the Honda Accord! The model year is 1994, the year that NAFTA was established, skater Nancy Kerrigan was clubbed in the knee with a pipe and O.J. Simpson took the entire nation on a high-speed chase.

The Accord is loved by both drivers and thieves and is universally stolen all over America. Drivers love it for its quality and refinement. It handles well, rates high on safety and maintenance and has a roomy interior. Thieves, of course, love them for their parts, which don’t change much from year to year, and for their lack of anti-theft technology.
 7 years ago '06        #3
droid3000 1033 heat pts1033
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i have a 94 accord lol...i knew it had to be on the list
 7 years ago '04        #4
MrNickNick 3 heat pts
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my first car was #2 on the list. thats one of the main reasons why i got rid of it. You can't really go out and park somewhere without thinking there's a possibility ur car will be gone when u get back.
 7 years ago '04        #5
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i had my integra stolen 5 times. THe first time right outside my house. Last time I saw it was in the back of my work.
 7 years ago '04        #6
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haha i got a 95 civic and my brothers got a 94 accord...never stolen but i did have my civic broken into
 7 years ago '04        #7
NoLedge18720 8 heat pts
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those accords and civics have been on the list since they came out. My boy had the accord back in high school and got his sh*t broken into because all you gotta do is put a screwdriver up under the door handle a.ssembly, pop it off and your in. Well thats at least what they did to him and the cops said thats how they get in all those hondas
 7 years ago '10        #8
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Before I clicked this thread I immediately thought of those Honda's
 7 years ago '10        #9
shoeprano27 23 heat pts23
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im not surprised about the camry's, accords, & civics.
 7 years ago '11        #10
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 matik23 said:
i had my integra stolen 5 times. THe first time right outside my house. Last time I saw it was in the back of my work.
lock yo doors
 7 years ago '07        #11
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HAHAHAHA, I had the 95 Civic in white. It was stolen, and found few blocks from my spot. I had a crazy deck back then too, and it was under the seat, they never took it. Nothing taken no damage...
 7 years ago '05        #12
dominicanluimi 
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yea... my 94 acura integra. cant nobody steall my sh*t ..
 7 years ago '05        #13
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...Hondas Are Easy To Break Into,Thats Why. Its A Nice Gas Saver But For A Theift,A Easy G-Ride For The Day.
 7 years ago '06        #14
Bama Boy 100 heat pts100
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who the fu*k is stealing Honda's?
 7 years ago '07        #15
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 Fresh Whyte said:
...Hondas Are Easy To Break Into,Thats Why. Its A Nice Gas Saver But For A Theift,A Easy G-Ride For The Day.
Neons were the easiest sh*t back n the day. Flat head screwdriver, and you in there like swim wear...
 05-05-2011, 02:37 PM         #16
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HA! I had a 94 accord... and yea I know nothing about breaking and entering but I "broke" into my own with ease a couple of times.

Not to mention I used my moms old Camry key for about a month one time, when I lost my keys... pretty sure it wasn't supposed to work that way.
 7 years ago '06        #17
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 Birdman's Back said:
who the fu*k is stealing Honda's?
before I seen tha list I was thinkin to myself like "A Honda Accord BETTER make tha list" omfg...n*ggaz used to steal those sh*ts left to right out here years ago .... lmfao




and why not steal a Honda? n*ggaz not *stealing cars to keep for themselves olololllll
 05-05-2011, 02:42 PM         #18
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I knew civic and accord would be top 3.........Out in so cal, them things would go missing left n right. I had a 92 civic hb, built.....i would treat that sh*t like a ferrari, never drive it and never park it in a spot i cant see. I had to sell it, to many nites spent awake wondering if my sh*t gonna get jacked.
 7 years ago '04        #19
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 05-05-2011, 03:03 PM         #20
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integras and civics are definetly no suprize as for the rest of them... really??????
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