The 10 Most Stolen Cars In The United States

1997 Honda Accord

Two turbocharged 4-cylinder engines are the power source for the entry-level of the 718 Boxster range.

2000 Honda CR-V

Honda released two main SUVs in the early to mid-90s. The Passport and the CR-V were offered as a cheap and affordable alternative to the bigger Toyota Land Cruiser and more expensive Jeep Cherokee.

2004 Chevrolet Silverado

Chevrolet and Ford have been rivals for decades. While the rivalry between the Camaro and the Mustang is well-known, not everyone is aware of the commercial war

2004 Dodge Ram

Dodge was a late bloomer compared to Chevrolet and Ford. The company's legacy truck, namely the Ram, was first made available to the public in 1981.

2005 GMC Sierra

GMC is known essentially for its SUVs and trucks. The GM brand does in fact specialize in work-oriented vehicles.

2006 Ford F-150

Ford released its first proper trucks in the mid-1920s. The Model TT and the Model AA were indications that Ford was not going to stop at manufacturing regular passenger cars.

2020 Nissan Altima

Japanese automakers have flooded the domestic market with their mid-range sedans. This progressive market takeover accelerated the death of the American sedan.

2020 Toyota Corolla

Toyota started producing the Corolla in 1966. Two years later, the Corolla made its debut in the United States.