What is a nice car that is between 2003 to 2008 that is low on car insurance?

What is a nice car that is between 2003 to 2008 that is low on car insurance?

I am 19 years old and is looking for a coupe or a sporty car. I am currently driving a 2000 dodge neon and is getting sick of it. Not a car that I want to drive my dates in.


it would be hard for anyone to answer this question. Insurance premiums vary for different vehicles. It depends on the costs of repairing the vehicle and it's safety rating. ( among other things) Keep in mind though, if the car doesn't have a back seat, you will definitely pay more. Your best bet is to find a couple cars you like, then call your Insurance company and get a quote on each of them.You can go to www.carsurvey.org to read reviews on cars you may be interested in.


You are too young to find cheap insurance on a newer car most likely. I worked in the auto insurance industry and know first hand. A coupe is going to be expensive automatically. 2dr compared to 4dr can make a significant difference in insurance price. Sporty cars are also more expensive. If you want cheap you need to get a mid 1990's car that is four door, not high value, has air bags, and good to excellent crash ratings. Thats probably not what you are looking for but thats the truth. The only other thing that can make a big difference is your credit score and what state/city you live in. If you do get a new car, make sure it has all the best safety features to lower the cost on your end. The rates are so expensive b/c you have a higher chance of hitting another veh. Your car is only half the equation.



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