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How much does it cost to insure a Honda?

Honda is one of the most popular vehicles in the United States and offers something for every driver. The Honda brand consistently makes the best selling vehicles across many vehicle types, including mid-size sedans like the Accord and Civic, smaller vehicle types such as the Fit, and larger vehicles like the CR-V and Ridgeline.

Honda vehicles are usually more affordable than average to insure, but auto insurers use many risk factors to determine your coverage rates. If you are a young driver, you will pay more than average for an auto insurance policy.

A 30-year-old driver with a good driving record annual Honda insurance costs a total of $1,637 per year for a full coverage policy. Or about 27% less than the national average for comparable makes and models. Consider the regional auto insurer Erie, which provides average premiums for Honda models $980 to $1,460 per year to find the best insurance savings. National insurer Progressive offers cheap rates for many drivers with average premiums at $925 to $1,387 per year for full coverage.

One of the most important risk factors of your insurance premium is the make and model of the car you drive. Among newer Honda models, the Fit, CR-V, and HR-V are the cheapest to insure, while the Honda Ridgeline is one of the most expensive. Use AutoInsureSavings.org to find Honda insurance rates from top companies today easily.

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