The average insurance cost of an Infiniti is $189 a month, or $2,265 a year. Infinitis are pricier than the average vehicle, which raises insurance premiums. However, they’re usually safe drives and aren’t stolen frequently, which tempers insurance prices.
Below is a list of Infiniti car models. Click on a model name to find the average insurance cost, base cost of the car and where it ranks in our list of most expensive cars to insure.
Infiniti Car models
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- Though Infiniti may not enjoy the cachet of brands like Mercedes-Benz, BMW or Lexus, its vehicles are priced for the luxury segment. The least expensive model is the QX30 ($29,950 MSRP), while the most expensive is the QX80 ($63,850 MSRP).
- Car thieves target Infiniti vehicles relatively infrequently. This helps to lower insurance premiums.
- Newer Infiniti models generally score good safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The 2017 QX60 receive the IIHS’ Top Safety Pick designation.
- You may want more than minimum liability coverage for your Infiniti, expanding your protection through comprehensive coverage.
Companies that provide coverage for Infiniti vehicles
You may find fewer insurers willing to cover your QX60 or QX70. Beyond those limitations, however, you should be able to find coverage relatively easily.
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About the Infiniti brand
Unlike luxury brands that have been around for over a century — see Mercedes-Benz and BMW — Infiniti is a relatively new player. Founded by Nissan 28 years ago, it was the answer to luxury brands created by rivals Honda and Toyota: Acura and Lexus, respectively.
Today, Infiniti is the seventh-bestselling luxury car brand in the United States. Its Q50 model is especially popular, coming in as the fifth-bestselling luxury car in the US.
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