Princeton, N.J. (PRWEB) September 20, 2009 -
In keeping with its longstanding tradition of helping consumers make informed and educated decision, CURE Auto Insurance is pleased to list the five cars that carry the highest and lowest insurance premiums.
"We have seen a surge in incentives from not only the government but from every major manufacturer and local dealerships to entice consumers to buy a news car," said Eric Poe, COO of CURE Auto Insurance. "While the purchase of a new car is an investment, most people don't consider how the make and model of a car will affect their insurance premium. Potential buyers should educate themselves on the vehicle's symbol before cashing in on dealer incentives."
Every vehicle is given a symbol by The Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO), a leading resource for information about risk. The ISO analyzes data and statistics about different makes and models of vehicles providing insurance carriers with rating information about a vehicle's theft susceptibility, safety features and cost to repair. Every vehicle is given a rating symbol between 1 and 27; the higher the rating number, the more costly the premium.
CURE provides the top 5 most and least expensive cars to ensure for 2009 models. The most expensive vehicles to ensure based on ISO symbols are:
1. 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX STI AWD Wagon 4 Door, Symbol 21
2. 2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT Hatchback 2 Door, Symbol 22
3. 2009 Honda Accord EX Coupe 2 Door, Symbol 22
4. 2009 Dodge Charger SXT AWD Sedan 4 Door, Symbol 22
5. 2009 Mazda RX-8 Coupe 4 Door, Symbol 23
Vehicles with low symbol ratings and therefore the least expensive to insure are:
1. 2009 Ford Escape XLT UTL 4x2 4 Door, Symbol 8
2. 2009 Toyota Highlander Base/Sport/Limited UTL 4x2 4 Door, Symbol 8
3. 2009 Chrysler Town & Country LX Wagon 4x2 4 Door, Symbol 8
4. 2009 Scion XB UTL 4x2 4 Door, Symbol 8
5. 2009 Jeep Patriot Sport UTL 4x4 4 Door, Symbol 8
For more information on how to save money on auto insurance please visit http://www.CURE.com or call 800-535-CURE.
Headquartered in Princeton, N.J., Citizens United Reciprocal Exchange, (CURE) is a not-for-profit reciprocal exchange. Founded in 1990 by New Jersey Insurance Commissioner James J. Sheeran and award-winning insurance expert, Dr. Lena Chang as answer to the insurance crisis in New Jersey, CURE continues to lead the way as the not-for-profit solution for responsible drivers and the "cure" for the continuously evolving auto insurance problems. CURE is currently available in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. More information can be found at http://www.CURE.com or by calling 800-535-CURE.
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