Toyota Corolla Car Insurance
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Toyota Corolla car insurance costs
The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Toyota Corolla is $91.59 a month, or $956.30 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:
- 2018 Toyota Corolla
- Up to 15,000 kilometres driven yearly
- No accidents in the past three years
- Driver located in Sydney
- Car parked in garage at night
- White vehicle
About the Toyota Corolla
The Toyota Corolla has been around since 1966 and it is currently in its eleventh generation. The compact car is known for its excellent fuel economy, comfortable seating and advanced safety features. The Toyota Corolla is one of the best selling cars in the world. By 2013, there were more than 40 million models sold.
Insurance companies determine the insurance cost for a Toyota Corolla based on safety ratings, theft rates, replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility. Insurance costs can change based on your driving history and location. If you're considering a Toyota Corolla, 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.
Random Toyota Facts
- Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in 1937 and is one of the most well-known Japanese automobile manufacturers. The company came to Australia in 1958.
- Since 2012, Toyota has produced more than 10 million cars per year and is the first automobile company to achieve this feat.
- Approximately 80 percent of Toyota vehicles that were sold 20 years ago are still being used today.
- The Toyota Corolla is the fastest selling car in the world. On average, a Corolla model is sold every 27 seconds.
How does the 2018 Toyota Corolla compare?
The base price for a 2018 Toyota Corolla is $17,800. With the average insurance rate at $956.30 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 5.37%.
How safe is the Toyota Corolla?
The Toyota Corolla sedan received a 5-Star overall safety rating from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). The side crash test received a perfect score of 16 out of 16 and the frontal offset crash test received a 14.88 out of 16.
The latest model of the Toyota Corolla includes anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control and emergency brake assist.
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