Crapslers are equally easy to steal. I don't know about newer Crapslers,
but one time a relative of mine took her Plymouth Acclaim to Canadian Tire
for service (yeah, I know, that's another story), and the guy there was able
to use her key to unlock another Acclaim parked in the same area.
man, that is so messed up. Well, if you checkout the top 10 cars you
will see within the top 3 cars, one is the Accord and the other one is
The NICB Top 10 Most Stolen Car List
1. Toyota Camry (1989)
2. Honda Accord (1994)
3. Honda Civic (2000)
4. Chevrolet C/K Pickup (1992)
5. Ford Full Size Pickup (1997)
6. Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee (1993)
7. Oldsmobile Cutlass/Supreme/Ciara (1986)
8. Dodge Caravan/Grand Caravan (1994)
9. Ford Taurus (1996)
10. Toyota Corolla (2001)
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