Acura car insurance rates
What to expect when insuring an Acura
The average cost of insurance for an Acura is $166 per month. Your exact cost will vary depending on multiple factors, including your location, your driving history, the model Acura you are purchasing and your age, among other factors.
Acura is Honda’s luxury line of vehicles. But despite it being a luxury brand, Acuras aren’t typically too expensive to insure. Acuras are safe, reliable cars that often rate well with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which makes them more affordable to insure.
Acura also makes the NSX, which is a sports car that’s on par with Ferrari for both road performance and maintenance/repair costs — so the NSX is going to lend itself to higher insurance rates too, even though it’s an Acura.
Sports cars in general tend to be driven aggressively, putting them at a higher risk for accidents. Additionally, they tend to cost far more to maintain and repair than lower-end models from Acura, which raises the amount of the average insurance claim for people who drive the NSX.
Different factors will affect the cost of insuring an Acura. Here’s what to look out for.
AcuraWatch is a suite of safety and driver assistance technologies, including a collision mitigation braking system, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist and road departure mitigation. These features help to make your Acura as safe as possible.
AcuraWatch comes standard in every grade of MDX, Acura’s third-row SUV. Other Acura models can upgrade to the AcuraWatch Pus package for an additional cost. You can expect to pay $1,300+ depending on your model.
Acuras are commonly covered by insurance companies, so you’ll have no trouble getting insurance for your new car.
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Most Acuras are not particularly expensive to insure because of their great safety features. But be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
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