Toronto Police Reveals 10 Most Stolen Vehicles of 2021

The Toronto Police Service has released their list of stolen vehicles, year-to-date as of Dec. 1 in the city.

Their list contains the vehicle make and model as well as the number of reported incidents for being stolen.

Here are the top 10 stolen vehicles in Toronto:

  • Honda CR-V: 654 incidents
  • Lexus Rx350: 418 incidents
  • Honda Civic: 260 incidents
  • Land Rover Range Rover: 225 incidents
  • Toyota Highlander: 200 incidents
  • Ford F150: 176 incidents
  • Honda Accord: 145 incidents
  • Toyota Corolla: 123 incidents
  • Toyota Rav4: 70 incidents
  • Hyundai Elantra: 62 incidents.

Meanwhile, early on Wednesday Équité Association revealed its top 10 list for the most stolen vehicles across Canada this year. That list had some similar vehicles to Toronto’s but also had other vehicles.

Ford trucks (F150/F250/F350/F450 series) topped the list at number one, with 2018 models most commonly being stolen.

Équité Association said some key trends for vehicle thefts include the push-to-start button technology, high-end SUVs being stolen for export, and some stolen vehicles being given fake VIN (vehicle identification numbers) and sold to unsuspecting customers.

Here are the top 10 stolen vehicles across Canada, with the most common model year, according to Équité for 2021:

  1. Ford F150 / F250 / F350 / F450 Series — 2018
  2. Honda CR-V Series — 2018
  3. Chevrolet / GMC Silverado / Sierra 1500 / 2500 / 3500 Series — 2005
  4. Dodge / Ram 1500 / 2500 / 3500 Series — 2019
  5. Lexus RX350 / RX450 Series — 2017
  6. Honda Civic Series — 2019
  7. Toyota Highlander Series — 2019
  8. Chrysler / Dodge Town & Country / Grand Caravan / Caravan / Voyager — 2017
  9. Toyota Corolla Series — 2017
  10. Honda Accord Series — 2018

Équité Association is a national independent agency within the insurance industry that integrates cross-insurer data analytics operations with Investigative Services as a centralized effort to combat insurance fraud.


This post is also available in: Tiếng Việt

#seesomething, saysomething

Culture Magazin magazine always wants to listen and receive contributions from readers.
In case you submit articles about your ideas, interesting social events or hot news that you would like to share with us, email us at info@culturerus.com or inbox us at the FB page - https://www.facebook.com/culturemagazin.
Try our test reporter once. Quality articles will be selected and posted on Culturemagazin's website and official social networking sites!
#seesomething, saysomething

Discover

Bài Liên Quan