Lexus Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Lexus
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The average insurance cost of a Lexus is $176 a month, or $2,114 a year. This is a lower insurance price compared to that of Lexus’ luxury-segment competitors BMW ($2,234 average yearly insurance cost) and Mercedes-Benz ($2,499 average yearly insurance cost).
Manufactured under the Toyota umbrella, Lexus cars typically score highly in crash safety tests. They’re also stolen relatively infrequently. Both factors contribute to lower insurance costs.
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.
Lexus vehicles’ good safety ratings and the fact that they aren’t commonly target by thieves help to bring down the cost of insurance. However, because a Lexus is considered a luxury car and has a higher price tag, your premium will be higher than with a lower-priced vehicle.
Lexus touts the LC Hybrid as “a profound shift in hybrid performance.” Although the LC Hybrid is a certified super ultra-low emission vehicle, it can still perform, with an aerodynamic drag coefficient of 0.33, a top track speed of 155 mph and an acceleration of 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds. Car and Driver even raves that it is “an engaging flagship coupe that engrosses all the senses.”
Prices start at $96,510.
When an affordable-car manufacturer wants to enter the luxury segment, creating a new brand seems in order. Nissan created Infiniti. For Toyota, the result was Lexus.
Lexus cars have developed reputations as stylish yet reliable rides — though they’re sometimes outshone by assertively designed BMWs, Land Rovers and Mercedes-Benzes. For its part, Lexus seems to have a good read on consumer tastes, maintaining its spot as Japan’s bestselling luxury brand and taking 2016’s number-two spot for top luxury sellers in the United States.
Enform is Lexus’ suite of technology apps and connected services. With Enform drivers can start their car remotely, get navigation assistance and connect to emergency services.
After the complementary trial period, Enform is available as a paid subscription. Not all Lexus models are equipped with Enform capabilities.
The cost to insure a Lexus will depend on many factors, both personal and car-related, so be shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
You should have little trouble getting insurance for your Lexus unless you have an IS-F model or SC model. (Lexus F and SC cars are performance models.) Compare insurance providers below to find the best price.
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