How much are owners finding insurance costs to be on the new Insight? Higher or lower than anticipated? With it being so new, there’s not much information out there.
Mine is $403 every 6 mo for the EX. It's with Ameriprise, the company Costco recommends.How much are owners finding insurance costs to be on the new Insight? Higher or lower than anticipated? With it being so new, there’s not much information out there.
I did the exact same thing and that was the price difference for mine. I am with Geico and I think it’s $336//mo but we are multi driver discount and some other discounts.Mine is $403 every 6 mo for the EX. It's with Ameriprise, the company Costco recommends.
Here's the breakdown.
This is slightly more, about $30/6 mo, than my 2015 Honda Fit I traded in.
Thanks for sharing - your information is most comparable to mine (but substitute earthquake for wind/hail coverage). I tried a re-quote thru Costco/Ameriprise, and found the total price for Home + Auto netted the same as my current total with AAA. (Ameriprise's Auto portion went down, but Home went up because of their higher coverage requirement.) Will be interested to hear if you find better quotes!I only have one car, so I miss out on deep multi-car discounts (28% with my current company), and I own a home so I need to bundle home and auto to save a lot on the home insurance policy, unfortunately. Home insurance is expensive in Oklahoma because of frequent wind/hail damage requiring full roof replacement, etc. I've checked around with several companies now and have not been able to get a good auto+home price. I was paying about $420-$450 every six months with my 2004 Acura TSX before I switched it to liability only a few years before selling it. Now the same insurance on the 2019 Insight Touring is over $800 every six months. I had to up my deductibles to $1,000 instead of $500 to help offset that a bit and I'm going to have to take a driver safety course for a discount to get it down to $590 every 6 months but that's still terrible! Progressive offers $445 every 6 months for much better coverage, but their home insurance is horrible with a 5% wind/hail deductible. AAA home insurance was astronomically high and Farmer's was way too high on both home and auto, but I'll have to keep checking to see if I can get something better. Thanks for the posts about this!
Added your question to our "Insurance" thread. Some posts above mention rates in the $700-800 range, and may provide some leads on alternate insurance companies to check with. However, by adding my Insight to coverage, my rate went up by more than this 'average' rate, and I too have other insurance discounts applied.Does anyone use an insurance company that doesn't charge over $1000 for car insurance on their Insight? We have collision with actual cash value less $250 deductible, non-collision coverage for glass, liability 50k/100k/50k, medical 1000 each person, uninsured motorists 50k/100k/50k. We're in TN and have very low mileage on Insight. We insure it along with a 2017 Ridgeline and our house so seem to be getting all discounts possible including safe drivers.