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Infiniti Q60 insurance rates

Average Infiniti Q60 insurance rates

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The Q60 is a reasonable luxury sedan to insure. The average insurance costs for a Infiniti Q60 is $220 a month — or $2,640 a year, about double the national average of $1,300. With a base price of $38,950, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 6.8%.

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Why is insurance so expensive for the Infiniti Q60?

The Infiniti Q60 costs more to insure because it’s a small car with a strong engine making it a higher risk for accidents. Also, it’s foreign parts make this car more expensive to repair.

Infiniti Q60 car insurance rates

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About the Infiniti Q60

The Infiniti Q60 has been around since 2014 and is currently in its second generation. The Infiniti Q60 was the successor for the Infiniti G-Series. The small luxury car is known for its upscale interior design and large cargo room.

Financing options are available from Infiniti.

Infiniti Q60 money-saving safety features

You could save money on car insurance for your Infiniti Q60 if it comes equipped with these safety features.

  • Anti-lock brakes
  • Stability control
  • Airbags
  • Seatbelt pretensioners
  • Anti theft system

How safe is the Infiniti Q60?

The 2017 model of the Infiniti Q60 has not been evaluated by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for safety ratings.

The Infiniti Q60 has side impact airbags and a front impact airbags to protect the passengers during collisions. The latest model also features anti lock brakes and overhead airbags to provide more safety for the passengers.

How does the Infiniti Q60 compare to other car models?

From a price standpoint, the Infiniti Q60 ranks right in the middle of our list of the 360 priciest car models to insure.

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