The cheapest insurance company for a 2013 Infiniti G37 Coupe is State Farm at $785 per year, on average.
The Infiniti G37 Coupe costs an average of $1,346 per year to insure.
That works out to a car insurance rate of $112 per month.
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How much does Infiniti G37 Coupe insurance cost?
The average cost for Infiniti G37 Coupe insurance in 2013 is $112 per month, according to NerdWallet’s most recent analysis of full coverage insurance rates. But each model year will likely have different insurance costs. Check out the table below to see the average insurance cost by model year.
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Cheapest insurance for a 2013 Infiniti G37 Coupe
The average cost of car insurance for Infiniti G37 Coupe is $1,346 per year, but you may be able to find cheaper rates if you shop around and compare quotes from multiple insurance companies.
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NerdWallet averaged insurance estimates for this vehicle in all ZIP codes in any of the 50 states and Washington, D.C., where rates are available. Our sample profile is a 35-year-old driver with good credit and no tickets or violations. Our “good” and “poor” credit rates are based on credit score approximations and do not account for proprietary scoring criteria used by insurance providers.
We averaged rates between male and female drivers and assumed 12,000 annual miles driven. These are average rates, and your rate will vary based on your personal details, state and insurance provider.
For full coverage policies, we used the following coverage limits:
$100,000 bodily injury liability per person.
$300,000 bodily injury liability per accident.
$50,000 property damage liability per accident.
$100,000 uninsured motorist coverage per person.
$300,000 uninsured motorist coverage per accident.
Collision coverage with a $1,000 deductible.
Comprehensive coverage with a $1,000 deductible.
Where required by law, minimum additional coverages were added. Some policies include additional coverages at the insurer’s discretion.
The analysis included the largest insurance companies in each state; smaller insurers were also included when rates were available. Although it’s one of the largest insurers in the country, Liberty Mutual is not included in our rates analysis due to a lack of publicly available information.
These are rates generated through Quadrant Information Services. Your own rates will be different.