Most and Least Expensive Cars to Insure in 2011

Most and Least Expensive Cars to Insure in 2011

The bills are starting to trickle in from the holidays and you’re all out of cash – so now’s the time to spring the most and least expensive cars to insure in 2011 (we know, we’re good like that). has just released their annual list of the most expensive cars to insure, as well as the ones that won’t break your budget, based on a study commissioned from Quadrant Information Services. This survey takes into account six top U.S. insurance carriers and offers us a list of 40 vehicles that take top spots in each category.

The most expensive vehicle to insure in 2011 is the Mercedes SL65 AMG roadster that boasts an average annual national premium of $3,629.11 (that’s the price if you’ve been a squeaky clean driver with no speeding tickets or previous car insurance claims). On the bottom of the list is the Chrysler Town & Country LX that comes in at a much more affordable annual national premium of $1,091.80.

So why is the Town & Country only a third of what the SL65 AMG comes in at? “Family vehicles driven by soccer moms aren’t as likely to get into crashes as flashier sporty models,” says Russ Rader, a spokesperson for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Highway Loss Data Institute.”Soccer-mom vehicles are driven by people who are generally not driving aggressively, aren’t speeding and often aren’t driving during peak commuting hours.”

You can check out the list of the top 10 most and least expensive cars to insure after the jump.

Top 10 Least Expensive to Insure:

10. Toyota Highlander ($1,154.02)

9. Ford Escape ($1,150.26)

8. Toyota Sienna ($1,142.94)

7. Honda Odyssey EX ($1,138.16)

6. Jeep Wrangler ($1,131.27)

5. Nissan Murano ($1,127.84)

4. Honda Odyssey LX ($1,114.62)

3. Toyota Sienna LE ($1,107.70)

2. Toyota Sienna ($1,100.66)

1. Chrysler Town & Country LX ($1,091.80)

Top 10 Most Expensive to Insure:

10. Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG ($3,086.49)

9. Aston Martin DB9 Volante ($3,088.96

8. Porsche 911 Carrera S ($3,092.31)

7. Mercedes-Benz CL600 ($3,114.28)

6. Aston Martin DB9 ($3,120.45)

5. Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG ($3,220.86)

4. Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG ($3,263.46)

3. BMW 750Li ($3,280.70)

2. BMW 750i ($3,280.70)

1. Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG ($3,543.81)