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Honda Accords, Civics top list of most-stolen cars in Pa. and N.J.

The 1996 Honda Accord is one of the most stolen cars in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
The 1996 Honda Accord is one of the most stolen cars in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Older models of the Honda Accord and Honda Civic are the most-stolen cars in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, according to a new report.

A report released this week by the National Insurance Crime Bureau listed the 1996 Honda Accord as the most-stolen car in both states, followed by the 1998 Honda Civic.

Accords and Civics were also the two most-stolen cars nationwide, according to the report, which used data submitted by law-enforcement agencies to the National Crime Information Center.

A total of 53,995 Honda Accords were reported stolen across the country in 2013, while 45,001 Civics were taken.

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  • For 2013 models, the report said the Nissan Altima, Ford Fusion and full-size Ford pickup were the most-stolen cars nationwide.

    After the 1996 Accord and 1998 Civic, the bureau said the vehicle models most frequently stolen in Pennsylvania last year were: 2004 Ford full-size pickup, 2012 Toyota Camry, 1996 Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee, 2000 Dodge Caravan, 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 2013 Nissan Altima, 1999 Chevrolet full-size pickup and 2002 Ford Explorer.

    In New Jersey, the next most-stolen models were: 2002 Dodge Caravan, 2000 Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee, 2006 full-size Ford pickup, 2012 Toyota Camry, 2005 Nissan Altima, 1999 Ford Econoline E250, 1998 Nissan Maxima and 2010 Toyota Corolla.

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