Nissan 370Z insurance rates

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Average Nissan 370Z insurance rates

The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Nissan 370Z is $157 a month, or $1,669 a year. Your actual cost could be higher or lower depending on your driving record, the number of kilometres you drive in a year and other factors. To determine our estimated cost, we aggregated quotes from 5 insurance companies using this profile:

  • 2017 Nissan 370Z
  • More than 30,000 kilometres driven yearly
  • No accidents in the past five years
  • Driver located in Sydney
  • Car parked in garage at night
  • Black vehicle

About the Nissan 370Z

Nissan 370Z Insurance Finder

The Nissan 370Z has been around since 2009. The sports car is known for its athletic handling, smooth ride and strong manual transmission. The vehicle is the latest in the line of Nissan's Z-cars, a lineage that began with the legendary 1960's racing car, the Nissan 240Z.

Insurance companies determine the insurance cost for a Nissan 370Z based on safety ratings, theft rates, replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility. Insurance rates can change based on your driving history and location. If you're considering a Nissan 370Z, grab quotes from several insurance companies to find the lowest premium possible before you commit. Do your research to see if you qualify for insurance discounts.


Compare insurance providers that cover Nissan 370Z

Name Product Roadside Assistance Accidental Damage Storm Choice of Repairer Agreed or Market Value
Budget Direct Comprehensive
Optional
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Awarded the 2019 Finder Award for the Best Value Car Insurance, this policy offers solid coverage at a low cost. Budget Direct’s claims service has received a 4.2/5 based on nearly 5,000 customer reviews.

Who it might be good for: People who want a comprehensive policy without breaking the bank.
Bingle Comprehensive
Market
Finder's summary: Bingle consistently comes up as one of the cheaper insurers out there. It only covers the basics, so you don't get to choose your own repairer, you're not covered for personal items in the car and you won't get a hire car if your car is stolen. But this keeps its premiums low.

Who it might be good for: Someone who wants a low-cost option that covers them for the basics.
Coles Comprehensive
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Coles have two-tiers of comprehensive car insurance to choose from. You'll earn double flybuys points at Coles supermarkets and you can get $10 off your Coles grocery bill every time you redeem 2,000 Flybuys points. If you're over 30, you can get roadside assistance free for a year.

Who it might be good for: Coles customers and Flybuys collectors.
Virgin Comprehensive
Optional
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Finalists for the 2019 Finder Awards for Best Value Car Insurance, Virgin Comprehensive provides a good level of cover for a decent price. Get 15% off on your first year’s premium when you purchase a new eligible comprehensive car insurance online. T&Cs Apply.
Poncho Comprehensive
Agreed
Finder's summary: Poncho works like a monthly subscription – you pay monthly and can cancel and leave at any time. You can also list multiple cars and drivers under one policy, making it ideal for families and groups living together under one household.

Who it might be good for: People who want their car insurance month to month.
Qantas Comprehensive
Optional
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: You'll be able to pick and choose how comprehensive you want your cover to be with optional extras like roadside assistance, choice of your own repairer and the option of agreed or market value. Plus earn Qantas Points for joining and paying your premium. Sign up by 28 February 2021, you can earn up to 40,000 Qantas Points (points awarded will be based on your premium). T&Cs and eligibility apply.

Who it might be good for: People who love collecting frequent flyer points.
Youi Comprehensive
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Youi Comprehensive Car Insurance is one of the few providers to include roadside assistance in its policy. You'll also get access to YouiRewards which gives you discounts on furniture, parking and more. Youi also has a live chat feature on its site to talk through any questions.

Who it might be good for: People over 25 who want comprehensive cover with a focus on customer service
Stella Comprehensive
Optional
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Stella’s a female-focused insurer. It'll cover you if your car is damaged as a result of domestic violence. It offers higher cover for baby gear than most, with up to $2,000 cover for prams, strollers and child seats. You get a free Bauer magazine subscription when you sign up and a portion of your premiums go to supporting female-led businesses.

Who it might be good for: Someone who wants a female-centred car insurance policy (it will cover men too).
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Random Nissan Facts

  • Nissan Motor Company is a Japanese auto manufacturer whose beginnings can be traced back to 1914.
  • In the 1970s, Nissan built rocket engines and launched Japan's first satellite.
  • Nissan cars were sold under the Datsun brand in many export markets until 1983.
  • Nissan opened their Australian headquarters in 1972.
  • The Nissan casting plant in Dandenong South will exclusively produce castings for the Nissan LEAF, the first mass-market, zero-emission, all-electric car.

How does the Nissan 370Z compare?

Various 2017 Nissan models (apart from racing cars) range in price from $9,130 to $88,110. A 2017 370Z falls somewhere in the middle, with a base price of $47,368 all the way up to $68,930. With the average insurance rate at $1,669 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 3.5%.


How safe is the Nissan 370Z

The Nissan 370Z has never been crash-tested in Australia, but it does come with lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring and electronic stability control.


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