The average insurance cost of a Mazda is $186 a month, or $2,230 a year. Some models are relatively expensive 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).
Below is a list of Mazda car 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.
Mazda Car models
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- Mazda is generally an affordable brand. The 2018 Mazda 3 sedan starts at $18,095, and the CX-3 SUV starts at $20,110. Lower MSRPs tend to bring lower insurance prices.
- Mazda has upped its safety game recently. All of its 2017 models tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) received a Top Safety Pick+ designation.
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About the Mazda brand
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.
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