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After nearly a decade of being number one, the Cadillac Escalade has been dethroned by the Ford F-250 as the most stolen car in America.

According to a recent report done by the Highway Loss Data Institute, the Escalade's recent fall from the top may be do to its decrease in popularity and its new security technology.

HLDI Vice President Matt Moore said the security of General Motors vehicles has improved over the years.

"General Motors has put a lot of effort into new anti theft technology, so that may help explain the decline in the Escalade's theft rate,"

Below is a list of the top 10 most stolen vehicles between 2010-2012.

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