Insurance for the Hyundai Sonata costs above $1400 in 24 states. In this feature, we will examine the insurance rates and median prices of the Sonata in these states, and explore the possibility of lowering the total cost of buying a used Hyundai Sonata in these states.
Let us look at the insurance average and median prices of these states as listed in the table below. The insurance percentage is the percentage of the median price that is spent on insuring the vehicle.
|State||Insurance average ($)||Median price ($)||Insurance percentage (%)|
The insurance rates are exorbitant in Louisiana, Michigan, and Georgia. Though you cannot bring down your insurance costs by buying insurance from another state, you could always choose to buy your car from another state. Buyers from these states could lower their total costs by buying the car from Minnesota or Hawaii, and getting it shipped home.
If you live in Minnesota or Hawaii, you are probably wondering how you could reduce your costs of buying a Hyundai Sonata. The median price of the Sonata is lower only in the state of Wyoming (where it is available for $13,102). This means that it is probably smarter for you to buy your Sonata from Minnesota or Hawaii, because adding shipping and auto transport costs to your calculations, and you might end up spending more if you choose to buy it from Wyoming. So the only way you can save is if you figure out a way to lower your premium. Buying an anti-theft device for your car could earn you a few brownie points with your insurance carrier, and help you reduce your premium without reducing your coverage. Also, adding teenage drivers to your policy might help.