1997 Honda Accord among 10 most stolen car in the US

Updated Sep 28, 2020 | Same topic: Latest Consumer Reports

Let’s have a peek at the list of 10 most stolen vehicles in America.
Recently, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released the annual Hot Wheels report of the 10 most stolen vehicles in the United States. Based on data collected from the National Crime Information Center, the report reveals that the 1997 Honda Accord is the most stolen model in the country.
side view of the 1997 Honda  Accord

The 1997 Honda Accord is the most stolen model in the country
Discussing the reasons, the Honda Accord is known as one of the best-selling cars of all time. This model climbed to the top of the charts in 1989 and never really fell; thus, it is its popularity that makes the Accord a target of car thieves. Another reason is that older cars, in general, are easier to steal than modern ones.
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The 1997 Accord was closely followed by the 1998 Civic, also a popular car in the US market, with 49,547 reports of theft. Pick-up trucks such as Ford and Chevrolet took the next two spots and the 5th position was the 2016 Toyota Camry. Surprisingly, the best-selling car of all time Toyota Corolla came in the 8th place.
Side view of the 1998 Honda Civic

The 1997 Accord was closely followed by the 1998 Civic
Although car thefts have significantly fallen since 1992, car owners still need to pay close attention to your beloved by locking it up tight. “Anti-theft systems in newer model cars and trucks are excellent, but they don’t work if you don’t use them. Far too many thefts occur because the vehicle is left unlocked and the key or fob is inside," explained Joe Wehrle, NICB CEO.

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Honda Accord

Japanese auto giant Honda's entry to the executive sedan segment is the Accord, now on its 10th generation. It features sharper-looking LED headlights, restyled grille, LED multi-projector lamps, revamped front bumper, and C-shaped LED taillights. Overall, the current Honda Accord has a sportier design execution. The instrument cluster receives a full-color TFT display along with improved resolution to accommodate Honda Sensing – the newest addition to the current-generation Honda Accord. Honda Sensing is the brand’s newly-introduced suite of safety features that includes the utilization of radar technology to assist the driver. Honda Sensing comes with the following car technologies: road departure mitigation, low-speed follow, adaptive cruise control, lane keeps assist system, collision mitigation braking system, lane departure warning, and forward-collision warning. With the help of the new safety technology, the latest Honda Accord is presently the safest version of the model. Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. offers the Honda Accord with a single variant only – the Honda Accord 1.5 EL Turbo CVT (with Honda Sensing) priced at Php 2,288,000. The Honda Accord's power comes from the 1.5L Earth Dreams Technology DOHC 16-valve VTEC Turbo engine that produces 187 horsepower and 260 Newton-meter. It is the upgraded version of the engine used in the Honda Civic RS Turbo.

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