We all have a fear of our car getting stolen. Living in a place that infamously gets called out for car left can also add a bit to that fear. A list has been released looking at the top 10 vehicles that are likely to be stolen in Wisconsin.

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The Top 10 List Of Stolen vehicle In Wisconsin

This list comes from one source that looked at every state. You can see that source here. Here is every state:

10. Honda Accord

Wow. This way my first car. This is a car many of us have had in our lives at least once.

9. Honda Civic

Another Honda...

8. Chevrolet Pick-Up (Full Size)

There will be a few pick-ups on this list.

7. Chevrolet Impala

The 2008 Chevrolet Impala has been stolen 570 times.

6. Ford Pick-Up (Full Size)

Another popular brand and pick-up.

5. Nissan Altima

Another car many people have had in their life at least once. Many of these cars are just normal ones that don't jump out as "the best out there."

4. Toyota Camry

Now we jump into the top three.

3. Dodge Charger

The 2020 Dodge Charger has been stolen 660 times.

2. Chevrolet Malibu

The 2020 Chevrolet Malibu has been stolen 672 times.

Before we get to number one please remember if you drive one of these cars you shouldn't live in fear all day every day. This list is just a heads-up... if you drive one of these cars, maybe be a bit more aware of where you park, and the surroundings.


1. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee

I did not see that coming. This list comes from nicb.org; apparently, the most stolen vehicle is the Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee. The 2014 Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee has been stolen 1,187.

As always stay safe and keep an eye out Wisconsin.

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