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20 for 2013 – Cheapest, Most Expensive Vehicles to Insure

Ford Edge CUV is least expensive, Mercedes CL600 most costly to insure, reports new study.

by on Jan.28, 2013

A new study finds the Ford Edge has the lowest insurance costs of any 2013 model.

Sure, you just got a great deal on that new car, but it may not seem like nearly the bargain when you go to line up insurance.

The cost of insurance a 2013 model can vary widely, from as little as $1,128 to $3,357 a year, according to a new study – and that’s assuming you’ve got a good driving record and live in a place where insurance companies don’t sock you with added costs due to high local loss rates.

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It’s probably no surprise that you’re likely to pay the most to cover a sporty luxury car, but there have been some unexpected shifts uncovered by in its annual study of the least and most expensive vehicles to buy coverage for.


What Are the Cheapest – and Most Expensive – Cars to Insure?

Hint: Boring is better.

by on Feb.09, 2012

It may have a quarter as many seats, but the Audi R8 Spyder will cost three times more than a Toyota Sienna minivan to insure.

If you’re worried about the cost of insuring your next car consider this simple mantra: “boring is better.”

Or so finds a new survey of automotive insurance, which finds that sports and luxury cars are the most expensive products to insure, while minivans – the Toyota Sienna people-mover, in particular – are among the most affordable.

“Minivans have always had a strong showing in our ‘least expensive’ rankings,” said Amy Danise, editorial director of “They regularly prove to be safe, economical vehicles.”

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The Sienna, for example, costs an average $1,111 to insure, according to the site’s annual survey, or less than a third what it would cost to cover the2-seat, 197 mph Audi R8 Spyder Quattro Convertible, at $3,384.  Audi, in fact, has the dubious distinction of having two of the ten most expensive cars to insure, BMW also has 2, while Porsche and Mercedes-Benz each have three.