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25 Most Expensive Cars to Insure

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5. Dodge Charger 2WD
> Annual average insurance paid: $1,385.61
> Annual collision insurance paid: $569.40
> Type: Large four-door
> Retail price: $28,995

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4. Scion FR-S
> Annual average insurance paid: $1,403.67
> Annual collision insurance paid: $752.70
> Type: Small two-door
> Retail price: $25,305

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3. Mitsubishi Lancer 2WD
> Annual average insurance paid: $1,458.48
> Annual collision insurance paid: $561.60
> Type: Small four-door
> Retail price: $17,795

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2. Mercedes-Benz S class four-door LWB 2WD
> Annual average insurance paid: $1,540.63
> Annual collision insurance paid: $803.40
> Type: Large luxury
> Retail price: $89,900

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1. Tesla Model S four-door electric 4WD
> Annual average insurance paid: $1,789.48
> Annual collision insurance paid: $1310.40
> Type: Large luxury
> Retail price: $74,500

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