Whether you prefer the rugged Silverado, the family-friendly Tahoe, the all-American Corvette, or the zippy Camaro, as a Chevy driver you will need a car insurance policy you can depend on.
Chevrolet was founded in 1911 and taken over by General Motors Corporation in 1918. Within the next ten years, GM went on a rampage against Henry Ford’s Model T and started to produce a line-up of vehicles that soon became part of the mainstream market
Over the years, General Motors has marketed its line of Chevrolets as a series of truly American vehicles. 1954 is one of the model’s landmark years, when they reached the 50 million mark in cars manufactured. Their tagline back then was “See the USA in your Chevrolet”. By 1963, more than one tenth of all cars sold in the US were Chevrolets.
Nowadays, Chevrolet is still the highest-selling line-up produced by General Motors, offering a wide range of vehicles, from subcompact cars and sedans to commercial trucks and SUV’s. Some of Chevrolet’s current models include Avalanche, Tahoe, Suburban, Tahoe Hybrid, Aveo, Cobalt, Colorado, Corvette, Equinox, Camaro, Express, HHR, Impala, Malibu, Silverado, 3500HD, Silverado Hybrid, and Traverse.
Forbes puts two Chevy models in the top 15 cheapest cars to insure for 2013. These are Chevrolet Express 1500, which is on the 6th position with an average yearly quote of $1,171, and Chevrolet Equinox 1LT on the 11th spot with an average premium of $1,210. Edmunds did a completely independent study and came up with another four models that have excellent average quotes on five-year policies: Chevrolet Colorado with $6,778, Chevrolet Cobalt with $6,794, Chevrolet Aveo with $5,819 and Chevrolet HHR with $4,796.
To get better insurance quotes for your Chevrolet, make sure you follow our tips on how to save money on car insurance. It won’t help a lot if you have a car that is cheap to insure if you drive recklessly, don’t shop around or have a really poor credit score.