Brake-O-Rama Shows THE MOST STOLEN CARS IN THE USA!

Brake-O-Rama know that car thefts are high in New Jersey and we like to help our customers know what the top car theft vehicles are so they can be careful with their autos. Here is an excellent list for you to know about!

Honda Accord remains trophy of choice among car thieves

By Justin Hyde | Motoramic

As it has been for many a year, the Honda Accord stands as the most stolen vehicle of 2012, per the number-crunchers at the LoJack tracking company, which found that new and old Accords alike were thieves’ target of choice. While LoJack’s numbers cover only those vehicles reported stolen with its system (which LoJack says leads to a recovered vehicle 47 times out of 50), there are enough swiped cars to provide a reasonable picture of national trends, with Asian cars and American trucks dominating its list.

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2012 LoJack List of Most Stolen Vehicles

2012 Ranking 2011 Ranking
1. Honda Accord 1
2. Honda Civic 2
3. Toyota Camry 2
4. Acura Integra 4
5. Toyota Corolla 5
6. Chevy Silverado New
7. Cadillac Escalade 8
8. Nissan Maxima 7
9. Nissan Altima 6
10. Chevy Tahoe 9

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