When it comes to “the price” of a car, there’s a whole lot more to consider than the price tag on the window. You’ll have to deal with interest on a loan, fees, registration, maintenance, gas, and of course insurance. That’s why it’s important to understand how these miscellaneous fees and costs add to your monthly bill. Insurance alone can send your monthly payment through the roof if you choose certain sports cars, vehicles with low safety ratings, or cars on the top of the “most stolen” list.
Here are some of the least-expensive cars to insure (and the average cost to insure a 2015 model for one year) according autoblog.com.
- Ford Escape S: $1,190
- Ford Edge SE: $1,176
- Subaru Outback 2.5i: $1,176
- Jeep Compass Sport: $1,164
- Honda Odyssey LX: $1,163
- Dodge Grand Caravan SE: $1,162
- Honda CR-V LX: $1,160
- Jeep Patriot Sport: $1,136
- Jeep Wrangler Sport: $1,134
Remember, your actual insurance rate will depend on a number of factors, like where you live, your driving history, and your age.
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