How affordable is Mercedes Benz car insurance?
Mercedes Benz tend to be an expensive car to insure due to their value. However, as these models are often fitted with anti-theft devices and the latest safety features, insurance companies will normally take this into consideration as a positive factor.
The most popular model that we have helped to acquire a car insurance quote is the Mercedes Benz C Class, responsible for over 30% of all Mercedes Benz enquiries. The average insurance premium for this model is £621.39, according to our research.
Some other popular models include the Mercedes Benz A Class which statistically averages £586.04 per year and the Mercedes Benz E Class at a very similar £590.59.
Statistically speaking, the cheapest Mercedes models quoted for on-site are the Mercedes Benz SLK (£353.56) and the Mercedes Benz B Class (£452.73).
The more expensive models such as the Mercedes Benz CLA however, average significantly higher premiums at £712.73, shortly followed by an average premium of £675.24 for the Mercedes Benz CLS.
Our average premiums are based on all our customer quotes, from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your personal circumstances. As premiums are calculated via a large amount of variables specific to the individuals, you may find that your quote comes out differently.
More experienced drivers with low mileage who have their car parked in a secure garage or driveway overnight will certainly find themselves on the lower end of the scale in comparison to a first time driver who uses the vehicle daily and has no secure parking.