The 2002 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-stolen vehicle in Wyoming. Although, with so few people living in the state, you probably know who stole it.
The 2003 Chevrolet Silverado is the go-to for car thieves in Vermont.
District of Columbia
D.C.'s most-stolen vehicle, the 2013 Honda Accord, is the second-newest of any vehicle on this list, just behind New York's.
Alaska's most-stolen vehicle is the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado. You can't drive around the Alaskan tundra in anything less than a 4x4, even if you are a car thief.
South Dakota's top stolen vehicle was also a Chevy Silverado. Go north of the border, however, and the (single-year newer) 1999 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-thieved.
North Dakota and South Dakota love their Silverados. The only thing that separates each state's most-stolen vehicle is a single year. South Dakota's is the 1998 Chevrolet Silverado.
Just a couple states away from Connecticut, Delaware's most-stolen vehicle is also a Honda Civic. However, the top choice of thieves in this state is the 2000 model.
Continuing the Accord trend, Rhode Island's most-stolen vehicle is the 2008 Honda Accord.
The thieves in Big Sky country love a big truck. The 1999 Ford F-150 is Montana's winner...or loser depending on how you look at it.
What do Alaska, Iowa, and Main all have in common? Their car thieves have their eyes out for the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado.
The 2002 Chevrolet Silverado is at the top of the list in New Hampshire, which sits at the top of the East Coast.
Hawai'i and Delaware may not be neighbors like Florida and Georgia. But they do share the same most-stolen car: a 2000 Honda Civic.
In Idaho, the 2001 Ford F-150 takes the top spot. Maybe it's time for any current owners to trade in for a newer model.
The 2002 Ford F-150 is the most-stolen vehicle in coal country.
We would have thought Kansas and Nebraska would have been more similar. The Cornhusker State's most-stolen vehicle is a car, however. Not a truck. It's the 1997 Honda Civic, to be exact.
The 2006 Chevrolet Silverado is a popular choice among many states. This time, it's tops in New Mexico.
Among the Great Plains, the 2006 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-stolen vehicle.
Back in the Deep South, we find that trucks continue to be the most sought-after vehicles by car thieves. The 2005 Ford F-150 leads the pack in Mississippi.
The 2000 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-stolen vehicle in Arkansas. So far, Chevy is on a roll as the main target of desire.
Do you see many 1998 Honda Civics driving around in Vegas? Maybe the rest of the state makes up for it?
It seems that Alaska and Iowa have more in common than you think. The 2005 Chevrolet Silverado leads both states in insurance claims for being stolen.
The 1998 Honda Civic appears on the list one final time. Here it ranks at the top in Utah.
Connecticut and California may be on opposite coasts and vastly different sizes, but they share one thing in common. The 1998 Honda Civic is the most-stolen car in the state.
Oklahoma's top stolen vehicle is also a Chevrolet Silverado, specifically the 2004 model year.
Apparently, they lack trucks on the West Coast. The 1997 Honda Accord is the most-stolen vehicle in Oregon. Cars also top the lists in Washington state and California.
Over in the Bluegrass State, the 2005 Ford F-150 takes the crown as the most-stolen vehicle.
Somewhat surprisingly, Louisiana has one of the newest models of trucks to be at the top of its list. The king of the hijacked is the 2006 Ford F-150.
The 2004 Chevrolet Silverado is the most stolen vehicle in Alabama. A truck? In the South? Color us shocked!
South Carolina brings us back to trucks with the 2006 Ford F-150.
Our best would have been on a truck to forge a path through all that Minnesota snow, but the state's most-stolen vehicle is the compact 1998 Honda Civic.
Colorado's most-stolen vehicle, the 2006 Ford F-150, is the newest model of truck on the list. Though, it isn't the newest overall most-stolen vehicle.
Oddly enough, the Dodge Caravan makes not one, but two appearances on the list (the other being Illinois). Wisconsin's most-stolen vehicle is the 2002 Dodge Caravan (a year older than Illinois's).
Nearby D.C. had the second-newest model as its most-stolen vehicle. Adjacent Maryland continues that trend with the 2010 Honda Accord, the third-newest model on the entire list.
Just a few states north of Mississippi, Missouri also has a Ford truck at the top of its listing. The 2004 Ford F-150 is the most-stolen here.
Indiana is Ford country, and that makes the 2004 Ford F-150 ripe for the picking.
The 2002 Ford F-150 apparently volunteers to be stolen in Tennessee. See what we did there?
Up in densely populated New England, cars are preferred by car thieves over trucks. That's what makes the 1997 Honda Accord take the crown in Massachusetts.
The 2006 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-stolen vehicle in the Grand Canyon State.
All 3 West Coast states have a Honda car as their most-stolen vehicle. Washington's is the 1997 Honda Accord.
This is the only appearance of the 2005 Honda Accord on this list thanks to the state of Virginia.
It shouldn't come as a surprise that the compact 2000 Honda Civic is the top choice for car thieves in the most densely-populated state in the nation: New Jersey.
In the home of General Motors, their 2004 Chevrolet Impala leads the state as the most-stolen vehicle.
Old Accords and Civics seem to be a popular target. That continues in North Carolina with the 1997 Honda Accord.
Just north of Florida's state line in Georgia, the 2006 Ford F-150 is also beloved by car thieves.
The 2002 Chevrolet Silverado is the most-stolen vehicle in Ohio.
That's right. Illinois's most-stolen vehicle is a minivan. Honestly, we aren't quite sure why car thieves love the 2003 Dodge Caravan so much in the Land of Lincoln.
The Honda Accord is also the most stolen vehicle in Pennsylvania. In that state, though, it's the 1996 model.
New York's 2017 Honda Accord is the newest model on the entire list.
No, Florida's most-stolen vehicle isn't a convertible. It's the 2006 Ford F-150.
Did you expect anything less than a Ford truck in the Lone Star State? The 2006 Ford F-150 is the top choice for car thieves. In fact, it's the most popular model on the list (appearing 6 times)!
The first non-Chevy on the list is the 1998 Honda Civic. You'd think Californians would be stealing hybrids, right?