Best and Worst Cars to Insure in Canada
Although one can save on insurance by comparing car insurance rates, making use of discounts, and maximizing deductibles, the biggest way to save on auto insurance Alberta can only come from buying a car that is cheaper to insure.
Here, we’re going to look at the five best and five worst cars to insure in Canada.
The following is a list of the five best cars to insure in Canada:
- Smart fortwo Coupe
The Smart fortwo may not be the one of the most comfortable cars around, but it surely is one of the most economical. The fuel-economy car has insurance that ranges from $14,990 to $21,900
- Subaru Forester
Although Subaru Forester is a sports utility vehicle (SUV), it is among the best cars to insure in Canada. It comes in at number two with insurance that ranges from $25,995 to $37,295.
- Chevrolet Impala
With the GM product (the Chevrolet Impala), your post-sale costs will be low thanks to the car’s low insurance costs. Insurance for this spacious car ranges between $27,320 and $30,565.
- Ford Edge
The release of this comfortable car signaled the rebirth of Ford’s products. The car boasts relatively low insurance premiums, which make it one of the best cars to insure in Canada. Insurance for this drive ranges between $30,499 and $40,699.
- Buick Allure
At number five in the list is the Buick Allure, which has insurance ranging from $31,645 to $40,795.
The following are the five worst cars to insure in Canada:
- Acura TL Type-S
The costliest car to insure in Canada is the Acura type-S. Insurance for this machine ranges from $44,990 to $48,490.
- Ford F-250 Super Duty
Second place on the list of Canada’s most expensive cars to insure is the Ford F-250 super duty. Insurance for this North American brand ranges between $34,099 and $ 38,699
- Acura TL
At number four on the list, is another Acura TL. The car, which is characterized by sharp handling, a powerful engine and a luxurious cabin, has insurance ranging from $33,990 to $43,490.
- Porsche Cayenne
The fourth worst car to insure in Canada is the Porsche Cayenne – a fuel guzzling SUV. Insurance for this car ranges from $56,700 to $152,200.
- BMW X5
At number 5 in the list is a BMW, a BMW X5 to be specific. The luxury SUV has insurance ranging from $62,000 to $74,300.
NB: Before you get auto insurance based on the data above, contact your insurer and ask all the important questions.
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