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How much does Nissan insurance cost?
Whether you're in need of a sporty SUV, a family-friendly minivan, or a standard sedan, Nissan probably has the model for you. The Japanese cars generally carry moderate insurance prices, at $1,950 per year ($162 per month). Nissan models' cost of insurance varies widely, with the GT-R one of the priciest new cars to insure and the Altima and Murano less expensive than average.
If you're interested in finding cheap car insurance for a Nissan, Plymouth Rock Insurance will typically be your best bet. The company offers rates less than $700 per year on popular models like the Rogue, Titan, and Versa. GEICO also offers competitive premiums for the NV Passenger and NV200.
The easiest way to find affordable car insurance for your Nissan is The Zebra, making it easy for you to quickly view multiple insurance quotes, specific to your vehicle:
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Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How much is insurance for a Nissan?
According to The Zebra, the average cost of insurance for a Nissan is $1,950 per year ($168 per month). However, the cost of insuring a Nissan 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 a Porsche?
Most states require drivers to carry liability insurance, which covers damages and injuries you may cause to others in an accident. 46% of The Zebra's Nissan customers choose collision and comprehensive (full) coverage in addition to state liability insurance. We recommend this for the majority of customers whose vehicles exceed $4,000 in value.
3. Are Nissans expensive to insure?
Relative to other non-luxury vehicles, Nissans are expensive to insure, especially the Maxima and GT-R.