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NICB's Hot Wheels Lists Most-Stolen Cars of 2007

July 15, 2008

DES PLAINES, Ill. — The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has issued its annual Hot Wheels report, listing the top 10 most-stolen vehicles in the U.S. from the previous year. In 2007, the Toyota Corolla was the only current model-year vehicle to appear, at No. 10. As in recent years, used cars and their bounty of replacement parts continued to dominate the list.

For 2007, the most-stolen vehicles in the nation were:

1. 1995 Honda Civic

2. 1991 Honda Accord

3. 1989 Toyota Camry

4. 1997 Ford F-150 Series Pickup

5. 1994 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Pickup

6. 1994 Acura Integra

7. 2004 Dodge Ram pickup

8. 1994 Nissan Sentra

9. 1988 Toyota Pickup

10. 2007 Toyota Corolla

NICB noted that preliminary data from federal sources indicates that auto theft in the U.S. remains on the decline, with a near-9 percent decrease from 2006.

“The continuing national decrease in vehicle theft is a positive sign that the fight against vehicle theft by law enforcement, the insurance industry and the NICB continues to be effective,” said Robert M. Bryant, NICB's president/CEO.

The full report can be found at nicb.org.

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