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Average insurance cost for an Infiniti

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.

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How a vehicle from Infiniti affects insurance costs

Insurance companies consider many factors when determining the cost of insurance. A car’s safety rating, how likely it is to be stolen, the mileage and the cost to replace or repair the car are some of the variables that are important.

An Infiniti is costlier to repair or replace, but the fact that it isn’t commonly targeted by thieves and the good safety ratings help to balance out the cost of insuring an Infiniti.

Infiniti car insurance rates by model

Model Monthly insurance rate Base car price
Q50 $220.00 $33,950
Q60 $220.00 $38,950
Q70 $160.00 $50,100
Q70L $160.00 $51,600
QX30 $220.00 $29,950
QX50 $167.00 $34,650
QX60 $220.00 $43,100
QX70 $166.00 $45,850
QX80 $166.00 $63,850

Are there any standout models?

The Infiniti QX80 is Infiniti’s only full-size SUV for 2018. At 210 inches long, the QX80 has an 8,500 pound towing capacity, but delivers better cornering and a smooth ride thanks to its hydraulic body motion control system. And the smart rear-view mirror and predictive forward collision warning work to keep drivers safe.

The starting price for the QX80 is $64,750.

Pros and cons of insuring an Infiniti

Pros

  • Good safety ratings
  • Not commonly stolen

Cons

  • Costly to repair or replace

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.

Infiniti car facts

  • 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.

What’s Infiniti InTouch?

InTouch is Infiniti’s suite of technologies, including navigation, entertainment, safety and convenience. Depending on the package you choose, you can ask Alexa to unlock your doors, access your music with a voice command and start the car from your smartphone.

Bottom line

Infinitis aren’t cheap, and neither is the insurance. That said, because of the great safety features and other factors, insurance isn’t expensive either. But be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.

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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Name Product Roadside assistance New car protection Available states
Allstate
Included free
Yes, cars under 2 years old
All 50 states
Enjoy having your own dedicated agent to help you get the best discounts and coverage.
Liberty Mutual
Included free
Yes, cars under 1 year old & 15,000 miles
All 50 states
Car insurance through Liberty Mutual will give coverage options for almost any situation.
Root
Included free
No
AZ, AR, DE, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, MD, MI, MS, MT, NM, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, TX, UT
Root offers simple, affordable insurance that’s ideal for good drivers. Try the Root app for 2 weeks and see how much you could save. Available in 20 states.
Esurance
Optional
Yes, cars under 1 year old & 15,000 miles
All states except AK, DE, HI, MT, NH, VT, WY
Esurance offers a modern online and mobile experience that helps you take your insurance on the go. Available in 42 states.
Metromile
Optional
Yes, cars under 1 year old & 15,000 miles
CA, IL, NJ, OR, PA, VA, WA
Drive less than 30 miles a day? Save on the coverage you need with pay-per-mile insurance from Metromile. Get a low monthly rate then pay just a few cents per mile. Available in CA, IL, NJ, OR, PA, VA and WA.
USAA
Included free
No
All 50 states
USAA offers affordable car insurance with highly rated customer service to millions of military members and their families. Only available to military members, veterans and affiliated military members.

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