What cars usually have the lowest insurance rates?

What cars usually have the lowest insurance rates?

I do not have the greatest driving record and am in the market for a car. I also do not have a huge budget (looking to stay under $10,000). I want something newer than 2000 and do not want very high insurance rates. Any ideas?

William

Like a station wagon if you can find one, or a mini van. Something not likely to get stolen or wrecked.

Pixel

If you can buy something cash, you could get liability and not full coverage. small cars usually have cheaper insurance compared to trucks. insurance rates also depends on your zip code.

copeacetic

Make sure it has 4 doors--a 2-door is considered a "sports car", which will be much higher.Get something like a Cavalier--I had a 2000 one & it was a good, dependable vehicle. (I bought it new in 2000 for a bit over copeacetic

Make sure it has 4 doors--a 2-door is considered a "sports car", which will be much higher.Get something like a Cavalier--I had a 2000 one & it was a good, dependable vehicle. (I bought it new in 2000 for a bit over copeacetic

Make sure it has 4 doors--a 2-door is considered a "sports car", which will be much higher.Get something like a Cavalier--I had a 2000 one & it was a good, dependable vehicle. (I bought it new in 2000 for a bit over copeacetic

Make sure it has 4 doors--a 2-door is considered a "sports car", which will be much higher.Get something like a Cavalier--I had a 2000 one & it was a good, dependable vehicle. (I bought it new in 2000 for a bit over $12000--you might want to look at new cars........)

2000--you might want to look at new cars........)

2000--you might want to look at new cars........)

2000--you might want to look at new cars........)

John

There are many factors that affect auto insurance rates, with the main facotr being the car. Here is a list provided by the Insurance Bureau of Canada, that lists all cars and how their risk factors compare to each other.http://www.ibc.ca/en/Car_Insurance/docum…In each category, 100 is the average rating, so if your car is rated 150, it is 50% above average, or 50 is 50 % below average. Lower numbers are more favorable.Hope that helpsSource(s):http://www.auto-insurance-knowledge.com/…

brandonjonesswbellnet

Family cars. Mini-vans, station wagons, mid to full size sedans, etc. Anything that the insurance company thinks isn't going to be hot roded. People who drive family type cars usually do drive like idiots. Also, white and red cars have higher insurance rates then other colors. I don't know why, but they do. So basically, any car that you would be embarrassed to be seen in is going to have lower rates.

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