The premium massive luxury sedan A8 is pricier than its compact counterparts A3, A4 and A6. With larger numbers, the math gets a little hazy as the variation in prices is coupled with major differences in its insurance percentages across the states.
The sedan is most expensive in the state of Georgia. At a median price of $70,860, the car will have to be insured with a further 5% insurance charge. The average annual insurance for this car is $3,614.
The best deal for the car can be found in the state of Delaware, where the median price of the vehicle is as less as $16,897. On a slight downside, which isn’t much of a dampener given the median rate, the buyer in this state will have to endure the maximum insurance percentage of 13%. The total still amounts to $2230, which is cheaper than the average insurance in the state of Connecticut. In Connecticut, for a median price of $52,998, the car can be purchased after an average sum of $2,650 is expended towards insurance.
Louisiana, Michigan and Massachusetts are three states where the car is heavily priced. Close to $64,900, the insurance percentage varies from 3% to 5%.
The state of Colorado offers a relatively better deal at a median price of $39,992. At an insurance percentage of 4%, the average amount expended towards insuring the vehicle would be $1,958. A better pricing bracket comes from the state of Illinois, where at 6% insurance rate the car can be purchased for a median price of $31,577.
The car is steeply priced in Arizona at $62,000. A further 3% is required to be paid towards insurance which amounts to an average of $1,868. Similarly priced in Minnesota, the car here costs $63,900. An average of $2,326 also has to be paid to insure the vehicle, which amounts roughly to 3% of the median price.