Chrysler insurance rates

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The Chrysler brand was founded in Detroit in the 1920s, with the aim of designing affordable, luxury cars. Their philosophy for creating affordable, luxury vehicles, with innovative engineering, lives on today and keeps Detroit as one of the automotive leaders of the US.

Where can I find Chrysler insurance?

While Chrysler cars are no longer sold in the UK, you can still get insurance for your Chrysler.

Average insurance cost of owning a Chrysler

The average insurance rate for the most popular Chrysler model, the Grand Voyager, is about £650. However, there are many factors that will influence the insurance cost of your Chrysler. Your premium will vary depending on the model you choose, your driving history, your location, your age and a range of other factors.

Key facts about Chrysler

  • In 2012 alone, over 2.37 million Chrysler cars were produced and in the same year, they were named the 11th largest car manufacturer in the world by the OICA.
  • The cost of your premium will vary depending on a range of variables, including the estimated miles you drive, your location and the vehicle’s trim.
  • Although Chrysler is not considered a higher-end car, it may still be worth looking into more than just basic car insurance coverage for your car.

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