Sports cars and luxury vehicles aren't the biggest target of thieves.

FOX's Rich Denison reports:

Older Honda Accords and Civics were among the top stolen cars in the U.S. last year, but newer models with smart-key technology aren't getting in the hands of thieves as much.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau's latest hot wheels report released today shows Honda Accords topped the stolen vehicle list with the 1997 model year the favorite. Civics coming in second, with the 1980 models disappearing the most.

The 2016 Toyota Camry was the number one new car stolen last year. The report also shows a large number of stolen cars and trucks were unlocked, and had the keys or fobs inside the vehicle.

Rich Denison, FOX News.