Presenting the Top 20 2011 Most Expensive Vehicles to Insure According to Insure.com



  1. Mercedes SL65 AMG V12 (2 Door Convertible): $3,543.81


  2. BMW 750i V8 (4 Door Sedan Hybrid): $3,280.70


  3. BMW 750Li V8 (4 Door Sedan Hybrid): $3,280.70


  4. Mercedes SL63 AMG V8 (2 Door Convertible): $3,263.46

  5. Mercedes S65 AMG V-12 (4 Door Sedan Turbo): $3,220.86


  6. Aston Martin DB9 V-12 (2 Door Coupe): $3,120.45


  7. Mercedes CL600 V-12 (2 Door Coupe): $3,114.28


  8. Porsche 911 Carrera S V6 (2 Door Cabriolet): $3,092.31


  9. Aston Martin DB9 Volante V-12 (2 Door Convertible): $3,088.96


  10. Mercedes G55 AMG 4WD V8 (4 Door Utility): $3,086.49


  11. Mercedes CL65 AMG (2 Door Coupe): $3,063.73


  12. Mercedes CL63 AMG V8(2 Door Coupe): $3,058.69


  13. Porsche 911 Carrera 4S V6 (2 Door Cabriolet): $3,046.87


  14. Mercedes SL550 V8 (2 Door Convertible): $2,942.97


  15. Jaguar XJ L Supercharged 2WD 4.2L V8 (4 Door Sedan): $2,940.94


  16. Jaguar XJ L Supersport 2WD 4.2L V8 (4 Door Sedan): $2,940.94


  17. Porsche 911 Carrera 4 V6 (2 Door Cabriolet): $2,921.61


  18. Porsche 911 Carrera S V6 (2 Door Coupe): $2,919.90


  19. Mercedes S63 AMG V8 (4 Door Sedan): $2,898.30


  20. Jaguar XJ Supercharged 2WD 4.2L V8 (4 Door Sedan): $2,853.24

Like yesterday's post, these averages are based on a single 40-year-old male driver who commutes 12 miles to work each day, with policy limits of 100/300/50 ($100,000 for injury liability for one person, $300,000 for all injuries and $50,000 for property damage in an accident) and a $500 deductible on collision and comprehensive coverage. He has a clean driving record and good credit. The rate includes uninsured motorist coverage. Also using car insurance rates from six large carriers (State Farm, Allstate, Progressive, GEICO, Farmers and Nationwide) in 10 ZIP codes per state. Which means that if I were to own one of these fine automobiles, I would have to spend twice as much living in Georgia.