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THE TWENTY LEAST EXPENSIVE 2013 MODEL VEHICLES TO INSURE

 The Twenty Least Expensive 2013 Model Vehicles to Insure

 

     For years, minivans have dominated the ranks of the lowest cost vehicles to insure, but this year crossovers and SUVs have taken the lead. The vehicle that is the least expensive to insure from 2013 is the Ford Edge SE, and the runner-up is a Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.

     “The SUV is the new minivan,” says Russ Rader, who is a spokesman for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. “These are vehicles used largely by families,” he said, “They're going to the mall, taking kids to school and driving to sports practices on the weekends. They're not getting into a lot of accidents.”

     However, most drivers shopping for a new vehicle this year won't take insurance costs into account when making a purchase. Even experienced buyers will make that mistake. “People just don't think about it,” remarked Michelle Rupp, an independent agent with NRG Insurance in Seattle, “If they're really watching dollars and cents, they need to do that.”

     Here are twenty of the least expensive to insure vehicles of 2013.



The least expensive 2013 vehicles to insure

Rank

Make & model

Cyl.

Avg. annual premium

1

Ford Edge SE

4

$ 1,128

2

Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

6

$ 1,148

3

Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium

4

$ 1,150

4

Kia Sportage

4

$ 1,157

5

Jeep Patriot Sport

4

$ 1,160

6

Chevrolet Express 1500

8

$ 1,171

7

Subaru Outback 3.6R

6

$ 1,180

8

Hyundai Tucson GLS

4

$ 1,189

9

Ford Explorer

6

$ 1,197

10

Hyundai Tucson GL

4

$ 1,204

11

Dodge Grand Caravan SXT

6

$ 1,206

12

Ford Transit Connect XLT Premium

4

$ 1,210

13

Chevrolet Equinox 1LT

4

$ 1,210

14

Honda Odyssey EX-L

6

$ 1,217

15

Jeep Compass Sport

4

$ 1,217

16

Kia Sorento LX (2 WD)

6

$ 1,222

17

Nissan Pathfinder S

6

$ 1,224

18

Chevrolet Equinox 2LT

6

$ 1,235

19

Honda Fit

4

$ 1,235

20

Kia Sorento LX (4 WD)

4

$ 1,237

(This data provided by Quadrant Information Services. The averages listed are based on insurance for a 40-year-old male who commutes 12 miles to work each day, with policy limits of 100/300/50 and $500 comprehensive and collision deductibles. Rates are also based on a clean record and good credit)


     The easiest way to find out how much the insurance will cost you for a new vehicle is to call your agent and ask. Tell him or her what kind of vehicle you have in mind, and he or she will give you an estimate. This costs nothing and can help you save money on your next car purchase.


     If you are a client of Pete Beckman Insurance, please give me a call and I'll be more than happy to help you. If you aren't a client, call anyway and I'll still be more than happy to help you!


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