2020 Honda Civic Sedan Touring

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has named the most stolen cars last year, and the Honda Civic topped the list.

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2020 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord came in a close second.

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2019 Ford F-150 OGI

The NICB lumps all full-size Ford pickups into one category, putting the F-Series in third place.

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2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2.7T OGI

Chevy full-size trucks are also placed into one full category, which made the Silverado the fourth most-stolen vehicle.

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Toyota Camry 2019

While thieves largely stole older model year vehicles, the most popular Camry model was the 2017 model.

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2019 Nissan Altima

Apparently thieves dig sedans because the Altima also makes this list.

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2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

There are tons of Corollas still on the road, likely a factor into why it makes the list.

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2020 GMC Sierra 1500

Not only were GMC full-size pickups some of the most stolen vehicles in 2018, but they were also the most-stolen vehicle from the 2018 model year alone.

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2020 Ram 1500 diesel

Dodge and Ram pickups mark a showing for each American automaker's big trucks.

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2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Jeep Grand Cherokee and Cherokee SUVs round out the list. Stay vigilant, owners!

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