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How much does Mercury insurance cost?

While no longer manufactured, many Americans still drive Mercury vehicles.  The average monthly cost of insurance for 2011 models runs between $48-$68 ($576 to $816 annually).  Erie and USAA offer some of the lowest prices for insurance for Mercury drivers.

One of the most important determinants of your insurance premium is the model of car you drive. For example, insurance a Mariner Hybrid will likely run higher than that of the traditional Mariner. 

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Frequently asked questions:

1. How much is insurance for a Mercury?

Given that Mercurys are no longer manufactured, their average cost is lower. For example, The average annual cost for 2011 models runs from $576 to $816 per year. This can vary greatly depending on factors such as car model and age, driver's age and record, and ZIP code.

2. What kind of coverage do I need for my Mercury?

61% of The Zebra's Mercury customers opt for only the state minimum liability coverage. While this could be enough for older models, it might be a good idea to add comprehensive and collision coverage if your Mercury is worth over $4,000.

3. Are Mercurys expensive to insure?

Because they are no longer manufactured, Mercurys tend to be older making them less expensive to insure.


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