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What are the most expensive cars to insure? It's a question we often get and it's why every year we do our own review of the most recent information available through the Insurance Bureau of Canada's "How Cars Measure Up" publication.
Insurance companies rate cars based on the claims history of that vehicle. They look at things like accident frequency, repair costs, theft, vandalism and safety ratings (to name a few) for each make and model. The more money insurance companies have to pay in claims for a particular car, the more expensive that car is likely to insure.
Based on collision and comprehensive coverage claims and theft costs and frequency indexes, the following 2010 and 2009 model year vehicles are likely to cost more to insure:
|2010's most expensive||2009's most expensive|