The average insurance cost of a Volvo across all models is $165.20 a month, or $1,982.40 a year. Volvo has made safety its main selling point, and that’s reflected in the savings you’ll receive on your insurance.
Keep in mind that Volvo sells some high-priced models, such as the XC90 ($46,900 MSRP) and the V90 Cross Country ($52,300 MSRP). For these models, you’ll pay on average around $220 a month for insurance, or $2,640 a year.
Below is a list of Volvo 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.
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- Volvo’s all about safety, and that helps tremendously with your insurance costs. Because the cars are safer, they’re involved in fewer accidents and fewer claims.
- Although Volvo sells high-priced models, many of its vehicles sit in a midrange price point. This also helps keep insurance costs low.
- Another plus for insurance premiums: Volvos are among the least-targeted brands by car thieves.
- You may want more than minimum liability coverage for your Volvo, expanding your protection through comprehensive coverage.
Companies that offer coverage for Volvos
With Volvo’s impeccable record of safety, insurance companies love insuring the manufacturer’s vehicles. You’ll probably have little trouble finding an insurance policy.
About the Volvo brand
Headquartered in Sweden, Volvo started manufacturing cars in 1927. The Volvo Cars division was sold to Ford Motor Company in 1999, and today it’s owned by China-based Geely Holding Group.
Volvo makes luxury vehicles — specifically, cars that are billed as some of the safest on the market. The manufacturer’s vehicles are generally highly regarded for fuel efficiency, and are often viewed as top-notch family cars.
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