Subaru Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Subaru
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The average insurance cost of a Subaru is $167.86 a month, or $2,014.32 a year. You can buy a Subaru for an affordable price, and your insurance premiums will benefit from your vehicle’s solid performance and relatively low chance of theft.
Insurance companies look at several car-related factors when determining the cost of insurance, including the car’s safety ratings, its likelihood of being stolen, and replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility.
A Subaru’s good safety ratings, affordable price tag and low theft rates help to lower the cost of insurance.
Other factors that affect the cost of insurance include the model, mileage and trim package. Personal factors like your driving history, credit score and age also play roles.
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The Ascent is Subaru’s biggest vehicle yet. Features include third row seating, 21 mpg in the city, symmetrical all-wheel drive and 5,000-pound towing capacity.
Prices start at $32,000.
Fuji Heavy Industries’ car division created the first Subaru prototype in 1954. Today the corporation is known as the Subaru Corporation, and it’s the 23rd-largest auto manufacturer in the world.
Subaru is dedicated to providing its customers exceptional service. This commitment extends beyond Subaru’s customers to their communities. Subaru’s Love Promise means showing love and respect to everyone at every interaction with Subaru.
Subaru’s great safety ratings and low theft rates equal affordable insurance. But be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
As long as your Subaru isn’t an STi (Subaru Tecnica international) model or from a model year before the new millennium, you should have little trouble finding insurance. Compare providers in the table below to find the lowest price.
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