Most Stolen Vehicles in Denver and Colorado Right Now

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The latest figures in regard to the most stolen vehicles in Colorado reveal a definite correlation between the rides most likely to be swiped in Denver and the state as a whole. And while the two most frequently targeted cars have remained the same for years, trucks have made major moves up the list.

These details are among the takeaways from figures provided by the Colorado Auto Theft Prevention Authority Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force for the period between July 1 and September 30 — the most recent stats available.

As you'll see, Honda Civics and Accords continue to be sought after by thieves. The two models placed first and second in our 2013 vehicle theft list, as well as in 2014, 2015 and earlier this year.

But trucks have been climbing the roster in a serious way. In 2013, only one truck landed in the top ten. But four trucks make the most recent rankings for Denver, and five do likewise for Colorado overall.

Continue to count down two separate photo-illustrated rundowns — the first for Denver, the second for the state.

Top Ten Stolen Vehicles in the Denver Area
July 1-September 30, 2017

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A Honda Civic.
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1. Honda Civic

Number stolen: 336
Years of make/model stolen: 1988-2016

2. Honda Accord

Number stolen: 241
Years of make/model stolen: 1989-2016

3. Subaru Impreza

Number stolen: 193
Years of make/model stolen: 1993-2017

A Ford F-250.
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4. Ford F-250

Number stolen: 159
Years of make/model stolen: 1995-2015

5. Ford F-350

Number stolen: 102
Years of make/model stolen: 1996-2015

6. Subaru Legacy

Number stolen: 95
Years of make/model stolen: 1990-2016

7. Jeep Cherokee

Number stolen: 81
Years of make/model stolen: 1989-2017

8. Dodge Ram Pickup

Number stolen: 61
Years of make/model stolen: 1994-2011

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A Ford F-150.
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9. Ford F-150

Number stolen: 55
Years of make/model stolen: 1984-2017

10. Subaru Forester

Number stolen: 52
Years of make/model stolen: 1998-2017

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