America’s Most Stolen New Cars 2017

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If one car is easier to steal than another it makes a more enticing target for a car thief, which is why America’s most stolen cars are older vehicles with little anti-theft protection. However, new models were not immune to being appropriated by thieves last year, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, which tracks annual vehicle theft data across the U.S. According to the 2017 NICB report, anti-theft technology works but owner complacency makes it easy to defeat the technology. Thousands of vehicles are stolen each year simply because key fobs are left inside vehicles, which creates easy targets for thieves. Here’s a countdown of the model year 2016 cars and trucks most stolen last year, as reported by the NICB.

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