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What are the Most Expensive Cars to Insure?

If you’re getting ready to buy a new car or truck, you’ve probably spent some time thinking about miles per gallon, gasoline costs and other things that will affect the price of the vehicle. What you probably haven’t thought about is the price of your insurance and depending upon what kind of car you buy, it could be more expensive or cheaper. Below, we’ll discuss the most and least expensive cars to insure.

Most Expensive Cars to Insure

Most people would assume that the most expensive cars to insure would be sports cars – because they’re faster and more dangerous. While there are some sports cars on the list, there are some surprising vehicles that turn up on the list as well. For instance, one of the most expensive cars to insure is the Lexus IS-F, which is a sedan.

In fact, this is more expensive to insure than a Porsche 911. Other cars that made the list were the Hummer H2, Audi S8, and Ford Shelby GT500. Topping the list of most expensive cars to insure in 2009 is the Nissan GT-R, with an average insurance premium of over $2,500. (

Least Expensive Cars to Insure

Coming in at a fairly inexpensive point is the Scion xB. Other cars that are among the least expensive to insure for 2009 include the Mazda Tribute, VW Passat, and the Chevy Impala. The car that is the least expensive vehicle to insure in 2009 is the Dodge Grand Caravan at around $960. These are the cars you want to buy if you want the cheapest car insurance possible! (

If you’re looking to purchase a vehicle that will not be too expensive, look for cars that include more safety features like airbags, anti-lock brakes and automatic seatbelts. This will help you get a fairly inexpensive premium cost.

Posted on 11.13.2009 by zippy