Special Report

25 Most Expensive Cars to Insure

Source: Courtesy of Nissan

25. Nissan Versa
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,271
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $481
> Type: Small four-door
> Current model retail price: $12,460 – $16,090

Source: Courtesy of Hyundai

24. Hyundai Accent
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,279
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $452
> Type: Mini four-door
> Current model retail price: $14,995 – $19,080

Source: Courtesy of Lexus

23. Lexus ES 300h 4dr
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,280
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $639
> Type: Midsize luxury car
> Current model retail price: $41,560 – $45,210

Source: Courtesy of Chevrolet

22. Chevrolet Sonic
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,282
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $452
> Type: Small four-door
> Current model retail price: $15,420 – $20,720

Source: Courtesy of Lexus

21. Lexus GS 350 4dr
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,288
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $660
> Type: Large luxury car
> Current model retail price: $50,915-$54,355

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