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For the past decades, car insurance was seen as one of the demanding expenses a car owner has to face. Vehicle insurance is often mandatory in many countries, including the United States. In the US, there’s a different set of rules and policies that govern the use and issuance of car insurance depending on the state to cover for potential property damages and bodily injuries. Even the minimum liability coverage will vary depending on the state where a driver lives. For minimum bodily injuries, the state of Florida requires a minimum of $20,000, and as high as $100,000 in Maine and Alaska. To compute for the actual insurance cost, companies rely on a number of factors, including driving style and driver’s lifestyle. The computation also takes into account the location and even the actual make and model that one wants to insure. Yes, the higher the sticker price of the car you want to insure, the higher the amount that you’ll need to prepare for insurance. But is your car part of that elite list of cars that is known to attract the attention of car insurers? If you’re planning to insure your car and still clueless as to how much you’ll be charged, then take a good look at this list. We list down the ten most expensive cars to insure today.

1. Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG

Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG
Forget about the mild-mannered stance and conservative power and styling, the Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG is the complete opposite. This full-size and seven-passenger crossover SUV is a powerful presence on and off the road and fitted with all the luxurious trimmings inside the car. The GL63 AMG is powered by a V8 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged engine and improved suspension and brakes. Other improvements for the new version of the GL63 AMG in the market include sport bucket seats, 21-inch wheels and stainless steel running boards. And thanks to these luxurious and exclusive offerings, the Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG is one of the most expensive cars to insure. You’ll need at least $2,609 (based on average insurance rates for 12 months) to insure the car and drive with peace of mind.

 
  • kreestof

    I feel that if you can afford to buy an XKR, R8 Spyder, 911, or Merc SLS AMG, you probably aren’t too worried about the cost of insurance. It might be more useful to redo it with “The Most Expensive Cars to Insure which cost less than $50,000”

    • Papa Wa Ofentse Le Nqobile

      I concur fully