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The Chevrolet, commonly known as the Chevvy (especially by Don McLean fans) was founded back in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet, a race car driver, and Billy Durant. Find out how much insurance costs for your Chevy, and where you can get it below.
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The average cost of Chevrolet insurance is £300 to £600, depending on the model. If you want to see the specific cost of insurance for your Chevy model, click on it in the list below. You can find out the average insurance cost, base cost of the car and where it ranks in our list of most expensive cars to insure.
Chevrolet car models
In 1967, Chevrolet released the Camaro in response to the Ford’s mustang. Competition between the two companies thrived but it didn’t take long for Chevrolet to overtake Ford, and have the best selling car in the US.
Out of 270 American auto-mobile brands that existed at the time of Chevrolet’s founding, Chevrolet is one of just four that are still around today!
- In 1953, Chevrolet designed the first mass-produced sports car, the Corvette. Ever since, over 1.3 million Corvettes have been produced.
- Chevrolet has been awarded the prestigious J.D. Power Dependability Award for cars, trucks and SUVs. It’s the only brand to have been awarded two years in a row.
- You may want to think about more than just a basic car insurance policy for your Chevrolet, depending on the cost of your model.
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