Toyota Granvia insurance
The average Toyota Granvia comprehensive insurance policy is $127.36 a month. Compare 5+ policies, discounts and get covered for a hire car, personal effects and more.
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Toyota Granvia insurance costs
To get the average price ($127.36 a month, or $1,324.70 a year) of a Toyota Granvia comprehensive insurance policy, we got quotes from 5 Australian providers. Your actual cost could be higher or lower depending on your driving record, the number of kilometres you drive in a year and where you live. To determine our estimated cost, we used this profile:
- 2021 Toyota Granvia
- Up to 15,000km driven yearly
- No accidents in the past 3 years
- Driver located in Sydney
- Car parked in garage at night
- White vehicle
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About the Toyota Granvia
The Toyota Granvia is a 6 or 8-seat van designed for families, shuttle services or similar. Toyota Granvia car insurance costs tend to be slightly more expensive in part due to its size, so make sure you look around and compare providers for a better deal.
We aren't able to provide you with an exact insurance price for your Granvia since costs vary depending on your personal circumstances. However, the table above can help you get better value for your money. See how each provider stacks up for features, then click through for some personalised quotes.
How do costs for the 2021 Toyota Granvia compare with other models?
The base price for a 2021 Toyota Granvia is $64,090. With the average insurance rate at $1,324.70 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 2.01%.
How can I save on my Toyota Granvia premiums?
- Pay annually. This is usually cheaper than paying monthly.
- No claims history. The longer you can go without making a claim, the cheaper your premiums tend to be.
- Drive less. As well as helping the environment, driving less generally means cheaper premiums.
- Keep your car in a garage. Insurers will charge you less if you keep your car in a locked garage at night compared to out on the street.
- Obey the law. Safe drivers with no fines or points will generally pay less for insurance.
- Compare insurers. Spend a few minutes to compare features and get quotes from multiple providers can help you save.
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