Special Report

25 Most Expensive Cars to Insure

Source: Courtesy of Dodge

10. Dodge Challenger
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,399
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $652
> Type: Large two-door
> Current model retail price: $27,845 – $69,995

Source: Courtesy of Chevrolet

9. Chevrolet Camaro 2dr
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,402
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $730
> Type: Large sports car
> Current model retail price: $25,000 – $62,000

Source: Courtesy of Toyota

8. Scion/Toyota FR-S/86 series
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,447
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $772
> Type: Small two-door
> Current model retail price: $26,655-$32,420

Source: Courtesy of Kia

7. Kia Optima Hybrid
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,475
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $631
> Type: Midsize four-door
> Current model retail price: $28,090

Source: Courtesy of Dodge

6. Dodge Charger HEMI
> Annual average cost to insurer: $1,475
> Annual average collision cost to insurer: $706
> Type: Large four-door
> Current model retail price: $29,220-$65,545

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