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For many people in Brazoria County a new car represents a rite of passage. If you're lucky, it will be by your side for years to come. But your car's safety is no guarantee. Drivers face exposures ranging from reckless drivers to sheer bad luck. While some risks are easy enough to cancel out, for some the very model car they own is itself a risk. While it's easy to assume the latest cars are at the greatest risk, it turns out older models are very popular amongst thieves.

Here are America's 10 most stolen cars according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau:

 

10. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee


Model year: 
2000

Number of thefts: 898

Total model thefts: 9,245

9. Chevrolet Impala


Model year: 
2008

Number of thefts: 1,013

Total model thefts: 9,749

8. Toyota Corolla 


Model year: 
2015

Number of thefts: 1,070

Total model thefts: 11,989

7. Dodge Pick-Up (Full Size)


Model year: 
2001

Number of thefts: 1,288

Total model thefts: 12,128

6. Nissan Altima


Model year: 
2015

Number of thefts: 1,673

Total model thefts: 12,221

5. Toyota Camry


Model year: 
2016

Number of thefts: 1,113

Total model thefts: 16,732

4. Chevrolet Pick-Up (Full Size)


Model year: 
2004

Number of thefts: 2,107

Total model thefts: 31,238

3. Ford Pick-Up (Full Size)


Model year: 
2006

Number of thefts: 2.986

Total model thefts: 32,721

Total model thefts: 32,721

2. Honda Civic


Model year: 
1998

Number of thefts: 7,578

Total model thefts: 49,547

1. Honda Accord


Model year: 
1997

Number of thefts: 7,527

Total model thefts: 50,427

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