We know from crunching the data and collapsing the model years that Ford F-150s may not have hit the top 10 list for most stolen vehicles in Canada this year for a change — but they did still reign supreme in the top 50, with 831 of them vanishing from their owners’ driveways.
Amongst Ontario car owners, however, only 138 saw their F-Series swiped.
Yes, geographical patterns to the sorts of cars stolen across the country aren’t new; Alberta has always been a hot-pickup world, and Ontario, our most populous province, picks up the lion’s share of the missing luxury SUVs.
The Lexus RX (in all its various trims — RX350, RX350L, RX450h, and RX450hL) was a big winner. Or loser, depending on your perspective. But of the 738 units that were stolen this year, 591 of them went missing in Ontario. The Honda CR-V is also a popular choice for, ahem, illicit car shoppers, and of the…