Mazda Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Mazda
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The average insurance cost of a Mazda is $186 a month, or $2,230 a year. Some models are relatively inexpensive to insure, such as the MX-5 Miata ($152 a month on average, or $1,824 a year). Others will cost you more to protect, such as the CX-5 ($227 a month on average, or $2,724 a year).
When determining the cost of insurance, 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.
Mazadas’ good safety ratings and relatively low price tag make this an affordable brand to insure.
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The Mazda CX-9 boasts three rows with seven passenger seating. Features include predictive all-wheel drive, timely torque that provides plenty of torque at lower RPMS, and outstanding driving dynamics.
Prices start at $32,000.
Before there was “Zoom-Zoom,” there was the humble beginning of Toyo Cork Kogyo in 1920. A cork business, the company changed its name to Mazda a decade later. The newly minted vehicle manufacturer promptly introduced an autorickshaw, named the Mazda-Go, in 1931.
Through the rest of the 20th century, Mazda launched passenger cars like the R360 Coupe and sports cars like the RX-7. And since 2000, the company has hewed closely to its “Zoom-Zoom” catchphrase with affordable, fun-to-drive vehicles.
Mazda Extended Confidence is Mazda’s extended services plan for your vehicle. Choose from two plans: the Total Confidence plan or the Powertrain Confidence plan. These services last well beyond the manufacture’s warranty.
Mazda’s good safety ratings, dependability and lower price tag make this an affordable car to insure. To get the best rates for your Mazda, compare insurance rates from other insurers.
You’ll find Mazda vehicles — and willing insurers for them — everywhere you look. Compare providers in the table below to find the best price.
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