Land Rover Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Land Rover
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Land Rovers cost a pretty penny, and covering them isn’t cheap either. 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.
Insurance companies look at a car’s safety ratings, its likelihood of being stolen and how costly it is to replace or repair, among other factors, when determining the cost of insurance.
Land Rovers don’t make it onto any top stolen cars lists, but they are expensive to repair or replace, which makes this an expensive vehicle to insure.
The new Range Rover PHEV is Land Rover’s plug-in hybrid. The PHEV features an intelligent plug-in hybrid display, intelligent routing, plug-in hybrid fuel economy and a refined, silent ride.
This hybrid accelerates to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds, has 398 HP and has a range of 31 miles in full electric vehicle mode. Prices start at $78,300.
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.
Do you have a desire to venture out to different remote and beautiful locations around the world behind the wheel of a Land Rover? It’s possible when you sign up for one of Land Rover’s Adventure Travel journeys. Experiences include ice driving in the Arctic, trail and off-road driving in Utah and an all-terrain adventure in Africa.
Land Rovers are expensive to purchase and expensive to insure, so be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
Although Land Rover is a luxury manufacturer, most major providers like Allstate and AAA will cover it. Compare insurers in the table below.
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