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Mercury Insurance names 10 most affordable EVs to insure

Mercury Insurance has put together a list of the 10 cheapest electric vehicles to insure.

Mercury’s team examined 2019 EVs available at car dealerships today or in the near future to compile a list of the most affordable vehicles to insure. The list was created based on Mercury’s price for full coverage—liability, comprehensive and collision—in California.

The top-10 list for 2019 all-electric vehicles, beginning with the most affordable make and model to insure:

  1. Fiat 500e

  2. Kia Soul EV

  3. Nissan Leaf

  4. Volkswagen e-Golf

  5. smart EQ fortwo pure coupe

  6. Hyundai Kona Electric SEL

  7. Ford Focus Electric

  8. Hyundai IONIQ Electric

  9. BMW i3

  10. Chevrolet Bolt EV

Comments

mahonj

Where's the Tesla Model 3 ?

Aigarius

All Tesla cars are very expensive to insure due to HUGE repair costs and long delays in getting parts for repairs that cause people to use replacement cars for a long time. It is not uncommon to have a fender bender on a Tesla Model 3 to cost 10k$ and take 4-6 month to repair.

electric-car-insider.com

> Tesla cars are very expensive to insure

Sadly true. Tesla is working on a new insurance product and factory owned body shops to address that issue.

Greg Bjorg

Quite interesting I must admit. I am not even a car owner at this point but I am thinking of buying a car so I do a research reading articles on websites like this one or https://www.americaninsurance.com/how-long-do-you-have-get-insurance-after-buying-used-car-2018 to be aware of all the aspects.

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