There are plenty of cars that are difficult and expensive to insure. There is also some cars that have an expensive streak to insure for 2021. The company has a full coverage of what it would take for the average forty year old man with a clean slate of a record, and great credit along with 12 miles of travelling to work back and forth every day, to insure a car of modern-day existence. The driver would usually have some limits in the policy of $100,000 regarding injury liability for one person, $50,000 in property damages, and $300,000 for every injury. There can only be so much to opt for when it comes to uninsured motorist coverage. Not to mention a $500 deductible. Here are some of the priciest cars you can try to insure.
2021 Maserati Levante GTS Would Be $3,803 Yearly To Insure
Until the long-rumored Purosangue arrives, the Maserati Levante is the closest thing there is to a Ferrari SUV. The Levante GTS packs a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8 that’s built by Ferrari, and provides a suitably exotic driving experience. Yet as an SUV it’s not ideal; cargo space is limited compared to other midsize luxury SUVs. And, like most current Maserati models, interior quality is inconsistent and not very impressive. Factor in the Levante GTS’ $3,803 average national insurance premium and it’s hard to balance against sporty SUVs like the Porsche Cayenne or BMW X6. Yet the Levante GTS provides a thrill ride much like that of a prancing horse.
2021 BMW M5 Competition Brings About $3,777 To Insure
Stately midsize sedan styling meets supercar-rivaling speed in the BMW M5 Competition. The standard M5 is no slouch, making a whopping 600 hp from its twin-turbo V-8 and channeling it to a sport-tuned AWD system. Choosing the Competition package adds an additional 17 hp, along with other subtle mechanical changes to tighten and stiffen the M5 for high-performance driving. The result is a car that feels racetrack ready, yet has the spaciousness and luxuries of any 5 Series model. However, it’s the most expensive 5 Series to insure, costing some $3,777 annually on the national average. It’s likely to hold that distinction until the hardcore M5 CS becomes available.
2021 Audi R8 Spyder Counts With $3,868 On A Yearly basis.
The only droptop on this list is the R8 Spyder, which puts the V-10 symphony of Audi’s supercar even closer to your ears. It drives fantastically, deftly combining everyday road manners with weekend-ready performance. And that sound, that incredible sound. That aural pleasure makes choosing the Spyder all the more worth it, provided you aren’t too tall—the folding top’s hardware pushes the seats forward, seriously infringing on legroom. Still, a cramped hamstring is well worth the R8 Spyder’s thrilling exotic performance. Is its $3,863 average annual insurance premium also worth it?