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Your insurance rates have a lot to do with what kind of car you drive. If you’re in the market for a new car, it can pay you big dividends to buy the kind of vehicle insurance companies love. Sedans, station wagons, and minivans are some of the best cars to look for.

Here’s a list of the top ten cheapest cars to insure today. Buy one of these and your insurance company will likely show you some love in the form of lower rates.

Ten Cheapest Cars to Insure

  • Chrysler Town & country
  • Ford Escape
  • GMC Sierra Pick-up
  • Chevrolet Impala
  • Ford Econoline Club Wagon
  • Ford Fusion
  • Ford F-Series Pick-up
  • Honda Civic
  • Toyota Camry
  • Toyota RAV-4

On the other hand, if you figure you’ve reached the point where you finally deserve that high-performance tiger, can’t resist the low-slung sports car or decide to choose the monster SUV or big-wheel truck, plan to pay more for your insurance coverage.

Ten Most Expensive Cars to Insure

  • Lexus IS 300
  • Land Rover Discovery Series II
  • Audi S4
  • Jaguar X-Type
  • Mercedes SLK Class
  • Lexus GS 430
  • Land Rover Freelander
  • Mitsubishi Montero
  • BMW X5
  • Toyota 4-Runner

Find more information and get quote on Rankin & Rankin's Auto Insurance Center

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