New Cars Most And Least Stolen

Jan 6, 2010

By Staff writer State Farm™ Employee

Although car theft has decreased to the lowest annual total in 20 years, there are still nearly 1 million cars stolen each year in the U.S.

To generate a list of the most- and least-stolen cars, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reviews insurance-claim reports to determine theft-frequency rates based on the number of claims filed for every 1,000 vehicles insured each year. The 2008 report includes 2005, 2006, and 2007 model-year cars, light trucks, and SUVs, unless one of the cars wasn't available in a particular year.

10 Most-Stolen Newer Cars

  1. Honda S2000 Convertible
  2. Dodge Durango
  3. Hummer H2
  4. Dodge Magnum
  5. Hummer H2 SUT
  6. Ford F-350 SuperCrew
  7. Dodge Charger
  8. Cadillac Escalade
  9. Ford F-250 SuperCrew
  10. Cadillac Escalade ESV

10 Least-Stolen Newer Cars

  1. Ford Freestyle
  2. Saturn Relay
  3. Toyota Prius
  4. Volvo V70
  5. Ford Focus
  6. Volkswagen New Beetle
  7. Buick Terraza
  8. Subaru Forester
  9. Buick Rainier
  10. Mercedes E Class

Car thieves do have particular tastes depending on which state you live in. Find out which cars are the most stolen in your state.

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