Toyota Kluger car insurance
A comprehensive car insurance policy for a Toyota Kluger is likely to set you back around $113 a month. Compare 5+ policies to see if you can save.
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Toyota Kluger insurance costs
The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Toyota Kluger is $113 a month, or $1,174 a year. Your actual cost is likely to differ slightly depending on your driving record, the number of kilometres you drive in a year and other factors like where you keep your Kluger at night. To determine our estimated cost, we aggregated quotes from 5 insurance companies using this profile:
- 2018 Toyota Kluger
- 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 Kluger
The Toyota Kluger is a 7-seater family SUV available in 3 variants – GX, GXL and the top-of-the-line Grande. It received a Finder score of 76.33% in our review. Car insurance costs for the Kluger tend to be more expensive compared to other smaller-sized vehicles, so it's worth shopping around to see if you can find a better deal.
We can't give you an exact Kluger car insurance price because insurance costs vary based on your circumstances – so compare car insurance policy features side by side first, then click through for a personalised quote.
How do costs for the 2018 Toyota Kluger compare with other models?
The base price for a 2018 Toyota Kluger is $35,990. With the average insurance rate at $1,174.45 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 3.26%.
How can I save on my Toyota Kluger premiums?
- Pay for the year up-front. If you can afford it, many insurers charge less if you pay for the year in advance, as opposed to monthly.
- Try not to claim. The longer you can go without making a claim, the more your insurer will trust you and reward you with cheaper premiums.
- Minimise your use. Insurers like Budget Direct will ask you how often you drive your car. The less you use it, the lower your chances are of making a claim, which means cheaper premiums.
- Keep your car safe and secure. If you're able to keep your car locked in a secure garage overnight, you've decreased the chances of something happening, which will lower your premiums.
- Drive safely. If you don't have any fines or points, your car insurance is likely to be cheaper.
- Shop around. Don't just go with the first car insurer you find. Spend a little time comparing policies and get a few quotes – it could save you hundreds per year.
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