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Least Expensive Cars to Insure
These 20 cars and trucks have incredibly low premiums, earning them a spot on our list of least expensive to insure. The data was compiled by Insure.com, with averages based on a 40-year-old male driver who commutes 12 miles to work, with policy limits of 100/300/50 and a $500 deductible on collision and comprehensive.
Dodge Grand Caravan
Average Insurance Premium: $960
MSRP: $22,725 - $28,660
The Dodge Grand Caravan is at the forefront of the minivan market offering the features and Innovative seating that many families find indispensable. The most important feature, both from a usability stand-point and competitive stand-point, is that this van features Stow'n Go seats.
Average Insurance Premium: $959
MSRP: $23,790 - $31,135
The Chevrolet Impala is a comfortable and convenient car, practical and enjoyable to drive. It has neat and clean lines with a fresh style that is pleasing to the eye. The Impala is a full-size front-wheel drive sedan capable of carrying up to six people.
Average Insurance Premium: $957
The B2300, named for its engine displacement of 2.3 liters, is the smallest of Mazda's compact pickup truck line and is closely related to the Ford Ranger. The B2300 comes in a regular-cab with a 6-ft bed. It is rear-wheel drive and has a three person front bench seat.
Lincoln Town Car
Average Insurance Premium: $955
MSRP: $46,525 - $52,195
The Lincoln Town Car is appealing for its spacious seating and a trunk that provides cavernous storage for luggage and golf clubs. This is a traditional American luxury sedan. The Lincoln Town Car seats up to six in its cabin trimmed in premium leather, burl walnut applique and satin nickel accents.
Average Insurance Premium: $951
MSRP: $20,905 - $28,955
The Accord combines high technology and high quality with everyday economy of operation and keen attention to detail. The Accord comes either as a two-door coupe or four-door sedan with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder or 3.5-liter V6 engine.
Average Insurance Premium: $939
MSRP: $20,710 - $28,815
The Wrangler is one of the most fun-to-drive, off-road-capable Jeeps ever made. For open-air driving at the beach or on trail or even the just on the street, the standard soft top can be folded down or the available hard top can be taken off, the doors can be removed and the windshield can be folded down.
Average Insurance Premium: $936
MSRP: $28,300 - $29,690
The Passat is the largest passenger car in the Volkswagen line-up. It has all the refinements and technology expected of a sophisticated German sedan. The Passat is offered as a front-wheel drive four-door sedan or five-door wagon in one well equipped trim level.
Average Insurance Premium: $929
MSRP: $17,995 - $22,675
Mazda's subcompact crossover is tiny yet versatile, seating up to six passengers or hauling just about any shape cargo thanks to its two rows of folding seats. The Mazda5 is basically a mini-minivan, with sliding doors and a vertical liftgate out back, in addition to styling reminiscent of minivan.
Chrysler Town & Country
Average Insurance Premium: $915
MSRP: $26,340 - $36,780
Chrysler puts a luxurious spin on the minivan with the Town & Country. Innovative seating and upscale features inside and out set this van apart from the competition.
Average Insurance Premium: $913
MSRP: $19,730 - $27,635
The Mazda Tribute is the vehicle for you if you want a little zoom in your compact utility. It is fun to drive and provides all the convenient qualities of a compact SUV.
Average Insurance Premium: $911
MSRP: $23,280 - $30,935
The Saturn VUE is a compact sport utility vehicle with a European design that accommodates five passengers and has a generous cargo area. The VUE is available as either a front-wheel drive (FWD) or an all-wheel drive (AWD).
Average Insurance Premium: $881
MSRP: $11,990 - $20,990
The smart fortwo with its small stature provides excellent maneuverability in the city. On the road, its exceptional fuel economy makes it a great commuter vehicle.
Average Insurance Premium: $870
MSRP: $13,325 - $14,280
The Kia Rio5 is based off the Rio sedan, but is offered in hatchback form. The Rio5 seats 5 passengers and is powered by a 110-hp 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that is controlled by either a standard five-speed manual transmission, or a four-speed automatic.
Average Insurance Premium: $857
MSRP: $21,245 - $27,745
The Kia Sedona has a compelling value among minivans, offering convenience, comfort, style and performance at a great price. All trims use the same a 3.8-liter V6 that produces 250-hp.
Average Insurance Premium: $840
MSRP: $16,695 - $23,400
The Kia Sportage is renowned for being an affordable compact SUV. It offers a comprehensive set of safety features, excellent versatility, and tremendous value.
Hyundai Santa Fe
Average Insurance Premium: $832
MSRP: $21,695 - $30,545
The Santa Fe crossover is a stylish family vehicle that has the ability to transport up to seven passengers when properly equipped. The Santa Fe is available in front- or all-wheel drive, both with three trim levels: GLS, SE, and Limited.
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