Guaranteed, if you can afford one of these expensive rides, you probably aren't concerned about the cost of new skins or an oil change, but you may be surprised at the cost of insuring your new vehicle.
As such, here are the top five most expensive vehicles to insure this year on the road.
A Maserati Quattroporte is the most expensive car to insure in 2021. Keeping your investment in this piece of Italian automotive awesome safe will cost you a horrifying $5,040 (R75 743,89) per year - or about (on average) $420(R6311.99) USD per month. That is roughly 240 percent more money than the average U.S. driver pays for a full-coverage, top-tier auto insurance policy.
Maserati's Quattroporte is a four-door full-size luxury sports saloon produced by the Italian automaker Maserati. The car is in its sixth generation, with the first being introduced in 1963.
As a result, a high-performance set of wheels like the Quattroporte will almost certainly cost significantly more to insure. Factors such as the driver's age, past driving record, tickets or accidents, and the owner's credit score will all have an impact on insurance costs.
According to Zebra, an insurance comparison website, the top five most expensive cars to insure in 2021 are :
The Maserati Quattroporte, which costs more than $5,040 (R75 743,89) per year
The Audi R8, which costs $4,568 (R 68650.42)
The BMW i8, which costs $4,372 (R 65704.82)
The Mercedes-AMG GT, which costs $4,130 (R 62067.91) and Mercedes-Benz refreshed its aging flagship AMG GT supercar late last year.
The base model received a significant power boost as well as a slew of new standard features such as an electronic limited-slip differential, adaptive dampers, and improved brakes. The Stealth Edition, a new optional cosmetic package, is also now available.
The Nissan GT-R, which costs $4,064 (R61076.03) per year.
The cost of insuring a $101,000 (R 1517883.55) Quattroporte makes the $3,386 cost of insuring a Porsche Panamera, the tenth-most expensive car to insure, seem like a relative bargain.
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