Wrangler makes top 10 cheapest vehicles to insure.
With the calendar year changing from 2010 to 2011, insurance adjusters have recompiled their actuarial tables and that means a new list of the cheapest and most expensive vehicles to insure for the new year. In this case, Insure.com recently conducted a survey of the nations six top insurance carriers and complied a list of 40 vehicles that take top honors in each category.
The study goes past the specific model and narrows down vehicles by trim. Somewhat unsurprisingly, the least expensive vehicles are dominated by minivans, while the most expensive list is filled with high-powered German machines. We cut down the list of 40 to show you the top 10 from each side of the fence and included the average annual premium for each vehicle after the jump.
Top 10 Least Expensive to Insure:
10. Toyota Highlander ($1,154.02)
9. Ford Escape ($1,150.26)
8. Toyota Sienna ($1,142.94)
7. Honda Odyssey EX ($1,138.16)
6. Jeep Wrangler ($1,131.27)
5. Nissan Murano ($1,127.84)
4. Honda Odyssey LX ($1,114.62)
3. Toyota Sienna LE ($1,107.70)
2. Toyota Sienna ($1,100.66)
1. Chrysler Town & Country LX ($1,091.80)
Top 10 Most Expensive to Insure:
10. Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG ($3,086.49)
9. Aston Martin DB9 Volante ($3,088.96
8. Porsche 911 Carrera S ($3,092.31)
7. Mercedes-Benz CL600 ($3,114.28)
6. Aston Martin DB9 ($3,120.45)
5. Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG ($3,220.86)
4. Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG ($3,263.46)
3. BMW 750Li ($3,280.70)
2. BMW 750i ($3,280.70)
1. Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG ($3,543.81)
Mine went from $1400+/yr with Progressive to ~$400 a year with USAA!
...but I'm 39 with a good history. I guess when I get my Aston Martin, my rates will go up
DANG! $400/year??? Please tell me that's liability only... we insure 3 vehicles (2 full coverage and one liability only) and our home through USAA so we get some discounts, but dang! If that's full coverage, I'm making some phone calls!!
I believe it; less expensive than my 2010 Pontiac G6 4cylinder with Onstar discount, low mileage discount, GM employee discount, theft recovery discount, multi car discount and maybe I'm missing one or two others? You get the point Surprised the hell out of me!
My 1994 Jeep cost me $140 a month for liability. I had one wreck when I was 16 ( i put a little dent in a Chevy trucks door). I have no other tickets. Plus I took defensive driving after that wreck. I am 21. How is yalls so cheap?