Family cars continue to be the cheapest to insure.
Insure.com has released its annual ranking of the cheapest and most expensive cars to insure, pulling quotes from six different insurance companies to determine an average annual premium on more than 2,800 different vehicle models.
Not only are crossovers and SUVs popular among families for offering plenty of utility without having to succumb to getting a minivan, they’re also some of the cheapest cars to insure. Here are the 10 cheapest cars to insure for 2017.
10. Subaru Forester 2.5i
The Subaru Forester 2.5i has an average annual premium of $1,196, landing it in the 10th spot.
8. Jeep Patriot Sport (tie)
With an average annual premium of $1,190, the Jeep Patriot ties in eighth place with one other vehicle.
8. Buick Encore (tie)
The Buick Encore also has an average annual premium of $1,190.
7. Jeep Cherokee Sport
There are several Jeep vehicles on the list, including the popular Cherokee with an average annual premium of $1,188.
6. Subaru Outback 2.5i
The Subaru Outback joins the Subaru Forester on the list with an average annual premium of $1,187.
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5. Jeep Compass
Recently overhauled, the Jeep Compass comes in fifth place with an average annual premium of $1,183.
4. Honda CR-V LX
Honda‘s popular crossover is also one of the cheapest cars to insure, costing owners an average of $1,170 per year.
3. Jeep Wrangler Black Bear
Surprised to see even more Jeep SUVs on the list? They’re not done yet. The Jeep Wrangler, and more specifically, the Black Bear special edition, costs an average of $1,148 to insure annually.
2. Jeep Renegade Sport
Jeep’s baby crossover, the Renegade, is the second cheapest car to insure for a year, with an average annual premium of $1,138.
1. Honda Odyssey LX
But all those crossovers and SUVs can’t compete with a good ‘ol minivan. The Honda Odyssey is once again the cheapest car to insure, with an average annual premium of $1,112.