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Jaguar insurance rates
Compare car insurance for Jaguars
The average insurance cost of a Jaguar is $154 per month, depending on the model you choose. These luxury cars are relatively cheap to insure for high-end models, thanks in part to their advanced safety features and models under $100,000 MSRP. Your actual rates will vary depending on multiple factors, including your location, your driving history, the model Jaguar you are purchasing and your age, among other factors. Filter car insurance companies by your state to get a quote.
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