With their versatility, dependability, and ability to accommodate an entire family, SUVs and crossovers have been dominating new-car sales for years. Still, many people think they cannot afford one, let alone insure one.
Believe it or not though, on this year’s Insure.com cheapest-to-insure vehicles list for 2015, 7 out of the top 10 least expensive vehicles to insure were SUVs or crossovers. And the news keeps getting better: You can get 6 of those 7 vehicles at Jim Shorkey! (For the 7th one, you’ll have to browse our extensive used car inventory.)
So which SUVs and crossovers are the cheapest to insure? Leading the pack—as it usually does—is the Jeep Wrangler Sport, which is followed by its cousin, the Jeep Patriot Sport. A few spots down is the Dodge Grand Caravan SE Plus and the Jeep Compass Sport. Ford also makes an appearance with the Edge SE and the Escape S.
Schedule a test drive with one of these surprisingly affordable SUVs or crossovers today!
In a day and age of sleek SUVs, stylish sedans, and sporty crossovers, vans are typically last on a person’s list of favorite cars, if even on the list at all. It’s a shame no one gives these passenger-hauling vehicles a chance—we actually think driving a van is awesome.
The 2015 Kia Sedona
- You make friends quickly: People always need things hauled and transported, and will frequently come knocking on your door and buying you thank-you gifts in return.
- You will see a reduction in road rage: Other drivers are less likely to cut you off because they think you have kid in the back.
- You get a free pass if you take up two parking spots: So if parking isn’t you’re thing, no one will ever have to know.
- Pick Your Poison: With all those cup holders, you’ll have room for as many coffees, energy drinks, or water bottles your heart desires.
- You improve your driving skills without realizing it: After parallel parking a van, you could practically parallel park a sedan blindfolded.
- Not as iconic as the Jeep wave, but van drivers look out for other van drivers: If you need to pull out into traffic, our money is on another van being the first one to wave you on.
And now that we have you thinking, may we suggest the Dodge Grand Caravan, Kia Sedona, or Chrysler Town and Country?