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Don’t Get These Cars If You Don’t Want Expensive Insurance

It would feel good to own a new sports car or a luxury sedan, but before buying one, you need to consider the cost of insuring the vehicle. Below is a list of the most expensive cars to insure.

 Porsche 911 Carrera GT 3 RS

Owners of this car cannot afford to keep it locked away with the hope that it may appreciate in value. The likelihood of it depreciating remains high. Porsche 911 GT 3 will cost you $3, 212 every year just for the insurance.

 Audi RS 7 Quattro Prestige

The premium for the Audi RS 7 is fixed at $3, 229, and the vehicle beckons drivers to get behind the wheel for a drive. However, getting it repaired in the event of an accident is not cheap. Although the insurance may pay for the expenses, the bill is likely to be high.

 Range Rover SV Autobiography Black LW B

If you need plenty of room and enough luxury, you can definitely expect it from a long wheelbase Range Rover and particularly from the autobiography trim if you can afford the vehicle. Fortunately, the insurance is not going to set you back by a large margin because the premiums are just $3, 245.

 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

The M6 Gran Coupe from BMW can combine serious performance, giving you the ability easily to load friends into the rear seat. However, the convenience is going to cost you an insurance premium in the region of $3, 309 per year.

 Nissan GT-R Nismo

Different varieties of Nissan GT-R models have been topping the list of the most expensive cars to insure for the last couple of years. Nismo premiums cost $3, 476. This supercar from Japan may surprise you because vehicles from Japan are economical and not in the same category as European vehicles.

 Porsche Panamera S Executive

Imported vehicles that can deliver high-performance are always expensive to insure. This is precisely the reason why the Panamera will cost you $3, 484 per year in premiums.

 Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG 4 Matic

The luxury German automaker has several models on the list of the most expensive cars to insure. However, Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG was the first of the several models to make it to the list. This high-performance Sedan is capable of eating up the miles rapidly, but if you cause an accident, your wallet will take a hit just as rapidly as the vehicle. The insurance premium for this vehicle is $3, 513 per year.

 Mercedes-Benz S 600

The Mercedes-Benz S 600 is similar to the S 63 AMG, but the version of this sedan is extra opulent. The cost of the insurance is higher and is presently placed at $3, 539 per year.

 Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG

The SL 65 AMG rounds up the trio of Mercedes-Benz vehicles on this list, but it is the ultimate roadster from this company. It is a sports car with a six-figure markup and a twin turbo V 12 engine. The combination is significant to make the drop top the most expensive vehicle to insure in the United States, with a premium of $3, 797 per year.

 Dodge Viper GT

After reading about numerous exotic vehicles on this list, you may be surprised to notice the Dodge Viper heading the list of the most expensive cars to insure in the United States. Yet, it costs less than all the cars mentioned above. The cost of the insurance premium is $4, 048 per year!

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