Toyota Yaris car insurance
The average comprehensive car insurance policy for a Toyota Yaris is $79 a month, or $827 a year. Compare policies side-by-side to save.
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Toyota Yaris insurance costs
The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Toyota Yaris is $79 a month, or $827 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 Yaris
- 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 Yaris
The Toyota Yaris is one of the smallest models made by Toyota, and is available as either a hatch or sedan. Car insurance costs for the Yaris tend to be relatively affordable compared to other vehicles, but it's still worth shopping around as prices can vary between providers.
We aren't able to give you an exact price for your Yaris car insurance – that's because insurance costs vary based on factors like your driving history, age and location. However, you can compare car insurance policy features side-by-side above and click through to the provider for a personalised quote.
How do costs for the 2018 Toyota Yaris compare with other models?
The base price for a 2018 Toyota Yaris is $14,800. With the average insurance rate at $827.48 per year, the annual insurance cost-to-base car price ratio is 5.59%.
How can I save on my Toyota Yaris premium?
- Pay annually rather than monthly. Many insurers charge you more to pay monthly. If you're able to pay annually, you could save money in the long run.
- Claim less. If you have a history of not making claims, you will likely be rewarded with a lower premium.
- Minimise your use. Lots of insurers will charge you less if you minimise how much you use your car.
- Safety features. If there are any additional safety measures you take, like adding locks or safety belts, or even keeping your car in a locked garage, your insurer is likely to reward you with a lower premium.
- Drive safely. Drive safely, sensibly and always within the law to avoid fines or demerit points – this is one of the easiest ways to lower your premium.
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