The average insurance cost of owning an Alfa Romeo will be affected by the insurance provider you choose and your driving history, but you can expect to pay around $2,364 a year, or $197 a month. Which is slightly higher than, say, a base-model Hyundai, but certainly reasonable when compared to higher-end autos like a BMW or Mercedes-Benz.
Below is a list of Alfa Romeo car models. Click on the model you are interested in to find the average insurance cost, base cost of the car and where it ranks in our list of most expensive cars to insure.
Alfa Romeo Car models
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- Founded in Milan in 1910, Afla Romeo prides itself on its line of performance automobiles.
- As with most higher-end cars, you’ll typically want more than just minimum liability coverage for the Alfa Romeo, expanding your protection through an umbrella policy and comprehensive coverage.
- The cost to insure your Alfa Romeo varies depending on how much coverage you’re looking for, your driving history and your location.
- The 2017 car models have not yet been evaluated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Companies that provide coverage for Alfa Romeo
Finding coverage for your Alfa Romeo won’t be difficult. Most, if not all, of the big insurance companies will provide coverage for this world motorsport legend.
About the Alfa Romeo brand
Headquartered in Italy, Alfa Romeo was founded in 1910. Setting out to establish the brand in international auto racing, the infamous Alfa Grand Prix was developed not long after the company’s founding. After a brief halt in production during World War I, the company had much success in the racing world, and orders began pouring in.
Throughout the decades, Alfa Romeo has had its ups and downs, including company director Ugo Gobbato’s murder in 1945. But the company soon recovered, and Alfa Romeo won the first ever Formula 1 championship in 1950. And today, remaining true to its racing heritage, Alfa Romeo is still producing performance cars loved by sports car enthusiasts.
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