The average insurance cost of owning an Audi is just under $200 a month, depending on the model, with some models as low as around $125 a month. This price is in line with other comparable luxury cars. The ultimate cost of your car insurance will depend on several factors, including your driving record, the number of miles you drive in a year and your location.
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About the Audi brand
Audi can trace its roots back to of Cologne, Germany, where August Horch founded Horch & Cie. in 1899. After a difference of opinion with the board, August Horch left to form a second car company, but was unable to use his name because it was trademarked. Instead, he chose the Latin translation of his name. Thus “horch” became “audi.”
Today, Audi’s four rings symbolize the amalgamation of four motor-vehicle manufacturers in 1932: Audi, DKW, Horch and Wanderer. These four auto companies joined forces and became known as Auto Union AG. Eventually becoming the company we know today, Audi is now one of Germany’s oldest-established automobile manufacturers.
Companies that provide coverage for Audi
Audi is a sought-after high-end automobile. With such a fan base, finding coverage won’t be difficult. You’ll find that most big-brand insurance providers cover this German car.
- In 1939, Audi became the first company to crash-test cars, prompting other brands to do the same.
- Although Audi was originally established in 1910, the modern era of Audi began in 1969.
- As with most higher-end cars, you’ll typically want more than just minimum liability coverage for an Audi.
- Prices start at $31,000 and can go up to $163,000.
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