Altima, Camry Top Most Stolen 2017 Model Year Vehicles List


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The 2017 Nissan Altima, 2017 Toyota Camry, and 2017 GMC Full-Size Pickup were the top three 2017 models stolen last year according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s latest Hot Wheels report.

2017 Hot Wheels Report

The annual report ID’s the most stolen vehicles in the United States in its given year using data from the National Crime Information Center.

Overall, the NICB notes an 11% increase in vehicle thefts from 2014 to 2016. While anti-theft technology has gone a long way to prevent theft, the NICB says thousands of vehicles continue to be stolen each year because owners leave their keys or fobs in their vehicles.

Top 10 2017 Model Year Vehicles Stolen Last Year


  1. 2017 Nissan Altima – 1,153

  2. 2017 Toyota Camry – 1,100

  3. 2017 GMC Full-Size Pickup – 957

  4. 2017 Hyundai Elantra – 929

  5. 2017 Ford Fusion – 874

  6. 2017 Ford Full-Size Pickup – 842

  7. 2017 Ram Full-Size Pickup – 835

  8. 2017 Toyota Corolla – 832

  9. 2017 GMC Savana – 774

  10. 2017 Hyundai Sonata – 759


2017 Hot Wheels Report


Top 10 Vehicles Stolen Overall in 2017

This list includes all model years. There’s a mix of older and newer models vehicles, with older model Honda’s prior to the introduction of anti-theft technology leading the list:

  1. Honda Civic – 45,062
    • 1998 Most Stolen Model

  2. Honda Accord – 43,764
    • 1997 Most Stolen Model

  3. Ford Pickup – 35,105
    • 2006 Most Stolen Model

  4. Chevrolet Pickup – 30,058
    • 2004 Most Stolen Model

  5. Toyota Camry – 17,278
    • 2017 Most Stolen Model

  6. Nissan Altima – 13,358
    • 2016 Most Stolen Model

  7. Toyota Corolla – 12,337
    • 2016 Most Stolen Model

  8. Dodge Pickup (Full Size) – 12,004
    • 2001 Most Stolen Model

  9. GMC Pickup (Full Size) – 10,865
    • 2017 Most Stolen Model

  10. Chevrolet Impala – 9,487
    • 2008 Most Stolen Model




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