While the Civic Coupe is a 2 door, and the Honda Civic Sedan a four door, there are more differences between the two including price.
There's a common myth that sportier cars cost more to insure than sedans. There's a lot that goes into determining a car insurance rate, which is why this myth isn't necessarily true 100 per cent of the time. So what factors are considered?
In addition to the type of car you drive, other factors that go into calculating your car insurance rate include:
As a result, there is no hard and fast rule on which car is more expensive to insure because it is just one of many details considered when calculating your auto insurance rate.
That said, for a 35-year old driver with a no tickets or accidents to speak of, the Honda Civic Coupe, on average, came in at about $65 more a year to insure over a Honda Civic Sedan. But, every person (and car) is different, so the car that costs you more to insure may not be the car that costs your neighbour more to insure. It's for this reason, comparing quotes before you buy is wise; you'll be able to plan and budget for your insurance costs and you'll see who offers you the best car insurance rate for your new set of wheels.