Here are the car brands that will cost you the least

When it comes to car insurance, premiums vary considerably from driver to driver. The price depends on the level of coverage, the driver’s profile, his department, but also the make and model of his vehicle.

The parameter must therefore be taken into account when buying a car to avoid unpleasant surprises. A recent study by comparator Assurland, shared by BFMTV, compares insurance premiums according to vehicle make.

Mitsubishi and Dacia, the cheapest

By the end of 2022, the average amount of the premium paid by French drivers is 630 euros. But for a Mitsubishi vehicle, the bill drops to 412 euros on average and 416 euros for owners of a Dacia.

For the models from the subsidiary of the Renault group, the low insurance costs are mainly explained by a relatively low price. The owners of these vehicles therefore often opt for third party coverage and not all risks.

The costs of electric car insurance are falling

On the other hand, brands such as Maserati, Porsche or BMW are among the most expensive to insure. A logical phenomenon given the prices of these vehicles.

Finally, it is important to note that electric car insurance is currently on the decline. For example, the premium for a Tesla car has fallen by 11% in two years, according to Assurland, to an average of 915 euros per year.

Leave a Comment