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How much does Acura insurance cost?

The average monthly auto insurance cost for Acura owners is $175 a month or about $2,095 a year. While lots of factors go into determining your insurance rate, the make and model of the vehicle you drive is one of the biggest.

Acura's positioning as a luxury brand contributes to the high insurance costs felt by Acura owners. This makes shopping around for an insurance policy non-negotiable. Nationwide tends to offer some of the cheapest rates for Acura owners.

With The Zebra, you can quickly compare Acura insurance quotes across hundreds of insurance companies to help find the best coverage for the best price, specifically for your vehicle.

Below are some popular Acura vehicles and the average premium you can expect.

Vehicle Model Average Annual Premium
Acura ILX $1,730
Acura MDX $1,681
Acura NSX $2,687
Acura RDX $1,606
Acura RLX $2,301
Acura TLX $1,833

Frequently Asked Questions:


1. How much is insurance for an Acura?

According to The Zebra, the average cost of insurance for an Acura is $2,095 per year ($175 monthly). However, the cost of insuring an Acura may be higher or lower depending on factors such as model, ZIP code, driving history, and coverage options.

2. What type of insurance coverage do I need for an Acura?

Most states require drivers to carry liability insurance, which covers damages and injuries you may cause to others in an accident. 33% of The Zebra's Acura customers choose to also add collision and comprehensive (full) coverage, something we recommend for almost all vehicles worth greater than $4,000.

3. Is Acura car insurance expensive?

While on the lower end for luxury car brands, Acuras are still more expensive than average to insure. We recommend comparing rates from as many companies as possible to ensure you are getting the lowest price. 

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