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Hyundai insurance rates
Compare Hyundai car insurance rates for different models.
Average insurance cost for a Hyundai
You may spend anywhere from $244 per month up to $300 per month on Hyundai car insurance. Keep in mind that the actual cost of Hyundai insurance you pay every month will vary based on factors like the Hyundai model you own, your age, your driving history and location.
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How a vehicle from Hyundai affects insurance costs
Many factors work in your favor when insuring a Hyundai. Insurance agents look at the cost of the car, the cost to repair and replace it, as well as how it performs in safety tests.
Hyundai’s low price tag and low theft rates make it an affordable car to insure. Many Hyundais also get great safety ratings, which further decreases the cost of insurance.
Hyundai roadside assistance
New Hyundais get free roadside assistance for up to 5-years with unlimited kilometres after the vehicle’s in-service date. The Hyundai roadside assistance service includes:
- Towing to the nearest Hyundai dealership or authorized repair shop
- Battery jump start
- Flat tire change
- Gas delivery if you run out of fuel
- Lockout if you lost your key
- Trip interruption for food, hotel and alternate transportation for overnight trips over 100 km away from home (limit of $300 per interruption)
To use Hyundai roadside assistance, call Hyundai’s 24/7 roadside hotline at 1-800-268-9958. You’ll need to provide your vehicle’s make, model, VIN and mileage when you call.
New Hyundai drivers can skip adding this coverage to a car insurance policy. Drivers with older Hyundai that no longer have roadside warranty coverage can add on roadside assistance to your car insurance policy to benefit from roadside help when you need it.
Pros and cons of insuring a Hyundai
- Good safety ratings
- The car’s low price tag means lower insurance rates
- Not commonly stolen
- We couldn’t find any cons to insuring a Hyundai
About the Hyundai brand
A Korean company established in 1967, Hyundai entered the US market in 1983. Hyundai’s affordable models were a welcome addition to Canadian drivers. Base Hyundai prices start at around $17,500 and can go up to $40,000.
But that affordability seemed to come at a cost — reliability. Amid growing concerns, Hyundai put all its efforts into revamping its image and developing both an affordable and reliable car. And today its cars have received numerous awards reliability.
Wondering how to pronounce this Korean automaker’s name? A popular TV ad campaign introduced this brand to North American audiences with the tagline “Hyundai, rhymes with Sunday.” But if you want to get technical, the brand is pronounced more like “Hyun-day” in Korean. But Syunday probably wouldn’t be as catchy as Sunday.
Barring any personal factors, you’re bound to find affordable insurance for a Hyundai, but be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
Frequently asked questions about Hyundai
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