Land Rovers cost a pretty penny, and covering them isn’t cheap: On average, you’ll pay $2,378 yearly for insurance, or around $198 a month.
High MSRPs are the biggest culprits for the heftier insurance costs. However, your premium will be tempered somewhat by Land Rover’s safety features, which may lessen the need for collision repairs.
Here’s a list of all Land Rover 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.
Land Rover Car models
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- Land Rovers aren’t known as especially reliable vehicles — they’re consistently panned for frequent breakdowns.
- You may want more than minimum liability coverage for this upscale vehicle brand, expanding your protection through comprehensive coverage.
- You won’t find safety ratings for Land Rovers. However, many of the vehicles come with safety features like driver alertness warnings and automatic emergency braking. This helps mitigate damage during accidents, helping to keep your insurance from shooting through the roof.
Companies that offer coverage for Land Rover
Although Land Rover is a luxury manufacturer, most major providers like Allstate and AAA will cover it. Compare insurers in the table below.
About the Land Rover brand
Land Rover is an iconic British brand, having manufactured vehicles since 1948. It’s owned by Jaguar Land Rover, which in turn is owned by India-based Tata Motors.
Crafted as farm vehicles decades ago, Land Rovers are now coveted luxury cars. Especially popular is the Range Rover SUV, which turns heads everywhere it goes.
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