Who are Chrysler?
The famous American car brand merged with Italian giants Fiat in 2014 and are now part of the Fiat Chrysler Automotive Group (FCA), along with Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Dodge and Lancia.
And although Chrysler cars are no longer produced in the UK, they still have a solid worldwide reputation for powerful, family-friendly people carriers and saloons under the FCA umbrella.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Chrysler cost to insure?
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
- Chrysler Voyager LX CRD: average premium £668.05 per year
- Chrysler Grand Voyager LIMITED CRD: average premium £770.17 per year
- Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited: average premium £546.58 per year
- Chrysler Ypsilon S: average premium £614.94 per year
Affordable Chrysler insurance is out there, but it largely depends on your own personal details such as your age and driving history, as well as the insurance group your Chrysler falls into. Insurance groups range from 1-50 and factor in the car’s value, repair costs, performance and cost of replacement parts.
|Grand Voyager||Groups 30-34|
|PT Cruiser||Groups 23-26|
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 December 2019 to 1 March 2020. The average is based on all variations of the vehicle model and uses risk data from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.
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If you’d like to compare Chrysler insurance costs to other well-known brands, check out our car manufacturers hub for an overview of other car marques.