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The average cost to insure an Acura

Depending on the model Acura, the cost of coverage can vary by a few hundred dollars. The most economical Acura models to insure are the ILX, MDX, and TLX, with $1,800 to $2,200 per year for an average premium with full coverage insurance. The cheapest insurance companies are Erie Insurance, Progressive, USAA, and GEICO. All four insurance companies should offer coverage rates 15% lower than average with a good driving record.

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