The average insurance cost of owning an Aston Martin largely depends on the provider that’s interested in insuring it. In 2017, an Aston Martin is among the most expensive vehicle brands to insure. In general, you can expect to pay upward of $2,700 a year — or about $225 a month — to insure these high-end wheels.
Aston Martin car models
Aston Martin DB11
Aston Martin Rapide
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Aston Martin V12 Vantage
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- They’re not only some of the most expensive cars out there, but Aston Martins are also among the most expensive vehicles to insure. You’ll typically want more than just minimum liability coverage for this sports car, expanding your protection through an umbrella policy and comprehensive coverage.
- How much you’ll pay to insure your Aston Martin varies widely depending on how much coverage you’re looking for.
- Not every insurance company sells specialty or high-end car insurance. Compare providers specializing in high-performance car insurance.
- Aston Martins are built for safety — which, for any other car, would result in lower insurance rates. But because of its exclusivity, an Aston Martin isn’t stringently tested by the federal government, affecting official safety ratings available. Without safety ratings, you’re on the hook for expensive insurance.
Companies that offer coverage for Aston Martins
It takes a high-end provider to be willing to underwrite your sleek and powerful Aston Martin. You’ll find a few big-name providers that offer coverage for Aston Martins, but you may need to look into specialty insurers of exotic vehicles and sports cars. This type of coverage is sometimes called “classic” auto insurance.
About the Aston Martin brand
Headquartered in the UK, the century-old Aston Martin produces today’s most stylish — and coveted — sports cars. It’s said that the company manufactures only some 5,000 cars a year, adding to its exclusivity.
Named partly for founder Lionel Martin, Martin and his company partner Robert Bamford manufactured their iconic luxury cars sparing no expense out the gate. Aside from financial trouble that came out of war times, the company’s enjoyed relatively long stability and respect among serious collectors. In fact, August 2017 saw the most expensive British car ever sold at auction: a 1956 Aston Martin DBR1/1 sold at Sotheby’s California Concours d’Elegance for a whopping $22.6 million.