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Most Stolen New Cars in America

AutoNXT Logo By Perry Stern of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 27:      If one car is easier to steal than another, it makes sense that it would be a more enticing target for a thief — which is why vehicles most stolen in America are typically older models with little anti-theft protection. Technological advances in theft prevention and detection during the last two decades have greatly reduced the number of newer vehicles stolen in the U.S. However, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau — which tracks annual theft data — vehicle theft in America rose a full 11 percent last year, and the latest 2020 models were not immune from being stolen by car thieves.

Most Stolen New Cars

If one car is easier to steal than another, it makes sense that it would be a more enticing target for a thief — which is why vehicles most stolen in America are typically older models with little anti-theft protection. Technological advances in theft prevention and detection during the last two decades have greatly reduced the number of newer vehicles stolen in the U.S. However, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau — which tracks annual theft data — vehicle theft in America rose a full 11 percent last year, and the latest 2020 models were not immune from being stolen by car thieves.

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience

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