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Chevrolet insurance rates

Compare insurance rates for Chevrolets vehicles.

Average insurance cost for a Chevrolet

The average insurance cost for a Chevrolet ranges from $241 to $314 a month depending on the model Chevrolet you choose. Other factors that will affect your premium include the estimated kilometres your drive in a year, your driving history and your location, among others.

Chevrolet car models

Find the average insurance cost and base cost of your Chevrolet in our detailed guides to insuring specific Chevrolet models.


Chevrolet Cruze
Chevrolet Cruze

Chevrolet Malibu
Chevrolet Malibu

Chevrolet car insurance rates by model

Model Monthly insurance rate Base car price
Blazer $297 $37,498
Bolt EV $264 $44,998
Camaro $300 $29,598
Colorado $242 $27,948
Corvette Stingray $305 $69,398
Equinox $292 $27,198
Express $242 $40,648
Malibu $302 $25,598
Silverado $275 $32,048
Spark $241 $10,398
Suburban $314 $60,048
Tahoe $305 $57,048
Trailblazer $266 $23,898
Traverse $292 $36,498
Trax $281 $22,098

How a vehicle from Chevrolet affects the cost of car insurance

You’ll find that the cost to insure a Chevrolet is on par with other comparable car makes. However, the brand’s dependability helps to bring that price down. Chevy’s cars, trucks and SUVs consistently win J.D. Power Dependability awards over the years.

Are there any standout models?

Chevrolet’s 2019 Corvette ZR1 is the fastest, most powerful production Corvette Chevy has ever built. This supercar has a top track speed of 212 mph and can reach 60 mph in 2.85 seconds. With a hand-assembled 6.2L LT5 supercharged small block V8 engine and technology from the Corvette Racing program, its sure to delight racing enthusiasts.

Pros and cons of insuring a Chevrolet

Pros

  • Great safety features
  • Most are reasonably priced

Cons

  • Some of Chevrolet’s higher-end models, like the Corvette Stingray and Suburban, can be pretty costly to insure

About the Chevrolet brand

Race car driver Louis Chevrolet and GM founder Billy Durant co-founded Chevrolet in 1911 as a division of General Motors. Not long after, Chevrolet had the best selling car in the United States and overtook its competitor, Ford, in 1929. Chevrolet quickly became a part of the American culture, with Dinah Shore beginning the tradition of concluding her show by singing “See the USA in Your Chevrolet” in 1956, and the Beach Boys recording their hit song “4-0-9” as an ode to the Chevy 409 cubic inch V-8 in 1962.

In 1967 Chevy debuted the Camaro in response to Ford’s Mustang. And in 1970, on of the greatest muscle cars ever was born — the 450-hp Chevelle SS 454. Not to overlook one of the greatest American-built sports cars, in 1992 the millionth Corvette was built. Chevy has outlived hundreds of of its competitor automotive brands which existed at the time of Chevrolet’s’s founding.

What is Chevrolet MyLink?

Chevy’s infotainment system, MyLink, allows drivers to integrate their smartphone so they can control their apps through the car’s built-in touch-screen display. But unlike some infotainment systems, drivers can download apps directly onto their Chevrolet MyLink instead of their phone.

Chevrolet car facts

  • Chevrolet designed the first mass-produced sports car, the Corvette, in 1953. Since then, over 1.3 million Corvettes have been produced.
  • Depending on the cost of your Chevrolet you might want more than just liability coverage.
  • Chevrolet is the only brand that was awarded the J.D. Power Dependability Award for cars, trucks, and SUVs for three years in a row.
  • Base prices start at $10,398 and can exceed $60,000.

Bottom line

With Chevy’s great dependability record, these cars are relatively affordable to insure. But be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.

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Roslyn McKenna Ayers is insurance manager at ValuePenguin and a former publisher at Finder, specializing in home and auto coverage. Her expertise and analysis has been featured on Bankrate, MSN and Reader's Digest. She holds a BA in writing and communications from Maryville College. See full bio

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