Jeep Top 10 Cheapest to Insure
Penny Gusner, consumer analyst at Insure.com, said consumers who are concerned about insurance might want to shop for minivans and SUVs. She noted that sedans aren’t the cheapest vehicles to insure anymore.
“Vehicles that are driven by cautious moms and dads tend to be in fewer collisions and thus cost less to insure,” she says.
Cars that cost the least to insure typically are easier to repair or may have fewer claims, or both. “Insurance rates are all about claims — how many and how big,” Gusner said.
The 2015 cars with the cheapest average insurance rates:
- Jeep Wrangler Sport 4WD – $1,134
- Jeep Patriot Sport 2WD – $1,136
- Honda CR-V LX 4WD – $1,160
- Dodge Grand Caravan SE Plus – $1,162
- Honda Odyssey LX – $1,163
- Jeep Compass Sport 2WD – $1,164
- Subaru Outback 2.5i – $1,176
- Ford Edge SE 2WD – $1,176
- Smart FortwoPure – $1,186
- Ford Escape S 2WD – $1,190