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1994 Honda Accord. (AP File)

Honda Accord owners in Arizona may want to consider investing in an upgraded security system.

A new report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau said the 1994 Honda Accord is the most stolen car in Arizona.

Passenger vehicles dominated the list, with the 1995 Honda Civic (third), the 1994 Nissan Sentra (sixth), the 1991 Toyota Camry (tied for seventh), the 1997 Nissan Altima (tied for seventh) and the 1996 Nissan Maxima (eighth) making the list.

Pickup trucks were also on the list, with the 2005 full-size Chevrolet pickup making the second spot. The 2004 full-size Ford pickup (fourth), the 2005 full-size Dodge pickup (fifth) and the 2000 small-size Chevrolet pickup also preferred by thieves.,

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