Which cars are the most stolen in the U.S.? And are these cars more expensive to insure?
I'm in the market for a new car and I want to buy one that's cheaper to insure. Are commonly stolen cars more expensive to insure?
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Answered on Mar 12, 2021
The most stolen vehicles in the U.S. are primarily sedans, but it depends on your location and which makes and models are favored by car thieves in the area. Cars that are commonly targeted by thieves are more expensive to insure, and your rates will reflect this if you drive one of these vehicles.
To learn which specific makes and models are most frequently stolen in the country, check out this article: The 10 Most Frequently Stolen Cars in the U.S..
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