What are the Most Stolen Cars in Massachusetts

Honda Civic 2000, Not Honda Civic 1995

Picture 3Bay State residents, are you driving one of the most-stolen cars in Massachusetts? The list of most stolen cars in Massachusetts is similar to the national list of the most-stolen cars. Both of these reports have been released by the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB).

Most Stolen Cars in Massachusetts

Date: July 9, 2008

Similar to the national list the Honda Civic is the number one most stolen car in Massachusetts. The next two vehicles on the most-stolen car list also mirror national car theft.

Honda Civic 1995, Honda Civic 2000

The national list of the most-stolen cars in 2007 is lead by the Honda Civic 1995. In Massachusetts, it’s the Honda Civic 2000 that takes the number one spot of the most-stolen cars.

Most Stolen Cars in Massachusetts

Honda Civic 2000

Honda Accord 1994

Toyota Camry 1991

Acura Integra 1995

Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee 1999

Toyota Corolla 2006

Ford Taurus 1997

Dodge Caravan 2000

Ford Explorer 1997

Oldsmobile Cutlass 1993

Most Stolen Cars in Massachusetts vs. the Nation

The Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee, which holds the number five spot on the list of the most-stolen cars in Massachusetts does not even make the national top 10 most-stolen vehicles. Also appearing on the Massachusetts most-stolen vehicle list, but not on the national top 10 list are the Ford Taurus, the Dodge Caravan, the Ford Explorer, and the Oldsmobile Cutlass.

Safer in Massachusetts

The vehicles on the national most-stolen list which did not make the top 10 list in Massachusetts are the 1997 Ford F-150 Series Pickup, the1994 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Pickup, the 2004 Dodge Ram Pickup, the Nissan Sentra and the Toyota Pickup.

Pickups appear to be a safer choice if you are worried about car theft and you live in Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Car Insurance

The most stolen car list and which vehicles you purchase and drive can affect your car insurance. Earlier this year, the over-regulated car insurance industry in Massachusetts was opened up to allow Massachusetts drivers a greater choice in selecting car insurance. Massachusetts calls it “managed competition.