The Most Stolen Cars of 2019

In the United States, According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, there is 1 auto theft every 6.5 minutes. If you live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that number is a lot higher. Motor vehicle theft connotes the criminal act of stealing or attempting to steal a motor vehicle. With auto theft remaining a prevalent issue in the United States for years, it is important to note which vehicles are most prone to theft and if you happen to be driving one of them.

  1. Honda Civic
  2. Honda Accord
  3. Full-size Ford Pickup
  4. Full-size Chevrolet Pickup
  5. Toyota Camry
  6. Nissan Altima
  7. Toyota Corolla
  8. Full-size GMC Pickup
  9. Full-size Dodge Pickup
  10. Jeep Cherokee

Notably, Ford Pickups have a reputation of easiness to break into. These trucks are highly wanted in the Black Market. Also, the Jeep Cherokee is the only SUV on the list, but it has been popular for decades for durability and longevity.

To help prevent auto theft, always be sure to care for your personal belongings and get in the habit of locking doors each time you exit the vehicle.  Auto-theft is unfortunately not on the decline, but hopefully, with care and effort, will be in the future.

Some other preventative measures you can take is to remove your keys from the vehicle when not in use, not leaving a spare key near your vehicle, closing the windows, parking in well lit areas, installing a tracking system and installing an audible alarm or anti-theft device.