Toyota HiLux car insurance
The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Toyota HiLux is $113 a month or $1,176 a year. Compare policies side-by-side.
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Toyota HiLux insurance costs
The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Toyota HiLux is $113 a month, which is $1,176 a year. To determine our estimated cost, we aggregated quotes from 5 insurance companies using this profile:
- 2018 Toyota HiLux
- Up to 15,000 kilometres 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 HiLux
The Toyota HiLux is one of Australia's best-selling utes. It received a Finder score of 79.67% and has had a 5-star ANCAP safety rating since 2015. Car insurance costs for the HiLux tend to be higher compared to other vehicles, so it's worth shopping around for a better deal.
We can't give you an exact car insurance price for your Hilux as insurance costs vary based on factors like your driving history and location. But you can compare features side-by-side above then click through for a personalised quote.
How do costs for the 2018 Toyota HiLux compare with other models?
The base price for a 2018 Toyota HiLux is $20,688. With the average insurance rate at $1,176.31 per year, the annual insurance cost-to-base car price ratio is 5.69%.
How safe is the Toyota HiLux?
The Toyota HiLux has held the maximum 5-star ANCAP safety rating since 2015. Electronic stability control with trailer sway control and 7 airbags come as standard across the range as well as a reverse camera on all pick-up models. However, the HiLux's main competitor, the Ford Ranger, includes advanced safety tech not found in any of the HiLux models, such as lane-departure warning, forward collision warning and Auto Emergency Braking (AEB).
All dual-cab HiLuxes include an ISOFIX child seat anchor point, which is ideal for a family with a baby seat.
If you're interested in more information about the HiLux, check out our Toyota HiLux review.
How can I save on my Toyota HiLux premium?
- Pay annually rather than monthly. Some insurers will charge you more if you choose to pay monthly. Opt to pay annually and this could save you money in the long run and make insurance a little less stressful.
- Claim less. Having a history of not making any claims on any insurance policies may help you get a lower premium on your HiLux cover.
- Minimise your use. Instead of zipping down to the shops in your HiLux or running the maze of the city, walk or catch public transport to reduce your premium. You'll also save on petrol and reduce your chance of an accident.
- Question your renewal quote if it seems high. Don't be afraid to shop around and see what the market has to offer. You could either find a cheaper option or use the information you find to haggle for a better price with your current provider.
- Safety first. Risk is an insurer's biggest fear. Any additional safety measures you take, such as higher quality brakes, locks or safety belts, will encourage a lower premium with your cover.
- Drive safely. While a car can be as safe as a house, the driver will always be considered the main risk. Drive safely, sensibly and always within the law to avoid convictions, fines or demerit points, all of which may raise your risk in the eyes of a provider – and your premium.
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