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The famous sports car from Toyota returns
The Toyota Supra’s latest model is coming out the summer of 2019 and is built on the BMW Z4 roadster platform. So expect insurance rates for the Supra to compare to the Z4 at around $160 per month or $1,920 annually. However, your exact insurance price will vary between states and other factors, including your age and driving activity.
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A 2017 Toyota Supra starts at a base price of $49,990. With the average insurance rate at $2,328 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 4.6%.
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To determine our estimated cost, we aggregated quotes from insurance companies using this profile:
2017 Toyota Supra
10,001–15,000 miles driven yearly
No accidents in the past five years
Anti-theft device on vehicle
Driver located in New York
Our estimated price is for the state required minimum coverage which includes bodily injury, property damage, uninsured motorist, bodily injury and personal injury protection.
Other factors that can affect your auto insurance rate
Toyota Supra’s model year
Amount of coverage you need
Estimated miles your drive in a year
Safety and anti-theft features
Driver’s credit score and location
Driver’s age, marital status and gender
Driver’s driving history in the past five years
Whether the driver rents, leases or owns the vehicle
How do I compare insurance for the Supra?
The age of your Supra affects the price of your insurance premium along with other factors, including:
Body type. The Supra is a sports car, which makes it more expensive to insure than a sedan.
Fuel. The Supra gets around 24/31 city/highway MPG, which is good for a sports car. Gasoline cars are slightly less expensive to insure than diesel cars, which comes as a plus.
Theft rates. Previous generations of the Supra had a generally low theft rate, which can mean lower insurance rates.
Coverage. Consider high maximum liability and underinsured motorist limits to cover the $50,000 price tag for a new Supra.
Warranty. Toyota offers a long warranty for new Supras, including 24/7 roadside coverage for two years. No need to add this to your car insurance, since it’s covered by Toyota.
Does the Toyota Supra qualify for discounts?
The new Supra is equipped with a set of safety features that could lower your insurance premium, including:
Forward and rear collision warning
Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection
Lane-departure warning with steering assist
Adaptive cruise control
Blind spot warning
How reliable is the Toyota Supra?
Safety. Since this is a new car, the Supra hasn’t been rated yet by the NHTSA or the IIHS. But based on the safety features that come with the car and Toyota’s typically stellar rates, you can expect 5-star ratings for the new Supra.
Reliability. There’s no J.D. Power-predicted reliability rating yet. Expect similar ratings as the BMW Z4, built on the same platform, which received 3.5 stars out of 5 from JD Power for reliability.
Recalls. The car is yet to come off the production line. Toyotas have been part of a few major recalls, including the Takata airbag issue, but Toyota’s been generally good about resolving recalls quickly.
The new generation of Toyota Supra comes out after two decades since the last generation was made. To insure the car you could pay around $160 per month, but this will vary based on factors including your location, age, gender and driving habits.
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