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Ferrari FF car insurance rates
What to expect to cover this when insuring this grand tourer.
The Ferrari FF offers a long maintenance plan and tends to need minimal repair. But that doesn't affect the insurance rate much — you'll find average insurance costs at about $935 monthly or $11,220 annually. That cost is nearly $9,800 above the annual national average of $1,426. Filter car insurance companies by your state to get a quote.
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