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Insurance aggregator site Insure.com dropped its latest lists of vehicles most and least expensive to insure. Like most such lists, the most expensive column is mainly a function of "most likely to be stolen," where light trucks like the Ford F-Series and Dodge Ram figure prominently โ€” though not the GMC Sierra โ€” as do hot-selling Japanese models like the Civic, Accord and Camry. Minivans, not so much. Click through for the lists.

Top 10 Least Expensive Vehicles to Insure
1. Chrysler Town & Country
2. Chevrolet Cobalt
3. Dodge Caravan
4. Chevrolet Impala
5. Ford Taurus
6. Ford Econoline
7. Jeep Grand Cherokee
8. Chevrolet Malibu
9. GMC Sierra Pickup
10. Toyota Corolla

Top 10 Most Expensive Vehicles to Insure
1. Ford F-Series Pickup
2. Dodge Ram Pickup
3. Ford Explorer
4. Honda Civic
5. Chevrolet Silverado-C/K Pickup
6. Toyota Camry
7. Honda Accord
8. Chevrolet Trailblazer
9. Nissan Altima
10. Ford Focus

Note: Insure.com compared insurance rates based on a 45 year-old single male with no driving violations or convictions, who drives to work less than 3 miles one way. Insure.com used liability limits of $100,000 per person, $300,000 per accident, and $50,000 property damage. Comprehensive and collision premiums were determined using a $250 deductible. Rates are from Esurance.com, and premiums were determined for the 2006 model year of each vehicle in three separate cities: one on the East Coast, one in the Midwest, and one on the West Coast. The premiums from all three geographic locations were then averaged and the vehicles ranked from least to most expensive.


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