Ten New Cars That Won’t Break the Bank to Insure

Auto insurance can cause a vehicle’s cost of ownership to rise dramatically. Luckily, some vehicles are less expensive to insure than others. Here are ten new cars that won’t break the bank to insure.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (Annual Average $1,171)

In the eyes of many automotive experts, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of the most capable four-door SUVs on the market. Even the base model comes equipped with a touch-screen interface and a key-less ignition system.

Ford Escape S (Annual Average $1,170)

Fitted with an efficient four-cylinder engine, the Ford Escape S is a small SUV that promises great gas mileage. Some of the standard safety features include blind-spot mirrors and a rear-view camera.

Dodge Journey SE (Annual Average $1,149)

The Dodge Journey delivers roominess and versatility. The SUV’s in-floor storage compartment will certainly come in handy when taking family trips. Although a V-6 engine is offered, the four-cylinder engine helps to reduce the cost of insurance.

Subaru Outback 2.5i (Annual Average $1,144)

Like most Subaru vehicles, the Outback 2.5i comes standard with an all-wheel-drive system. Although there are larger SUVs on the market, the Outback 2.5i still offers an outstanding amount of interior room.

Chrysler Town & Country- (Annual Average $1,140)

The Chrysler Town & Country is an excellent alternative to a traditional SUV. This luxurious minivan offers a large cargo area and several active safety features.

Jeep Compass Sport (Annual Average $1,140)

In regards to affordability, the Jeep Compass Sport remains one of the best values on the market. On the road, the compact SUV delivers a very nimble driving experience. With a highway fuel economy rating of 30 mpg, the Compass Sport also proves to be very efficient.

Honda CR-V LX (Annual Average $1,115)

For years, the Honda CR-V has remained a best-seller. Buyers have grown to love this SUV’s proven reliability and nimble driving dynamics. The new model was also chosen as a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Jeep Patriot Sport (Annual Average $1,104)

Unlike some of its rivals, the Jeep Patriot Sport carries a very attractive price tag. Its 158-horsepower engine provides just enough punch for most drivers.

Honda Odyssey LX (Annual Average $1,103)

In terms of safety, the Odyssey is the highest-rated minivan on the market. While the LX model comes with a strong V-6 engine, it still delivers nearly 30 mpg on the open road.

Jeep Wrangler (Annual Average $1,080)

Very few vehicles can match the Wrangler’s off-road prowess. The Wrangler’s rugged design and legendary four-wheel-drive system help it to stand out from the crowd.

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