Hondas are the hottest cars in America, but not in a good way.
The Accord and Civic top the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s list of most-stolen cars for 2013, with a whopping 53,995 and 45,001 boosted by crooks last year.
Full-size American pickups took the next two spots. Chevrolet beating (or is it losing to?) Ford 27,809 to 26,494.
Meanwhile, the USA’s best-selling car, the Toyota Camry, came in fifth with 14,420 gone in 60 seconds, or however long it takes to steal a Camry.
Among 2013 model year cars, things were a little bit different, with the Nissan Altima coming in number one with 810 thefts, followed by the Ford Fusion, Ford F-Series pickup, Toyota Corolla and everyone’s full-size rental lot favorite: the Chevrolet Impala.
The good news is that thefts were down an estimated 3.2 percent overall, according to FBI data, with less than 700,000 total – the lowest figure since 1967.