If you’re looking to purchase insurance for your Ford Mustang, it pays to shop around. Comparing rates from different insurers can help you to secure a better deal since different companies will have varying costs to insure that same car. The cheapest insurer could even change depending on the model year or your driver profile.
Rates on this page are for a Ford Mustang GT. For drivers with different trims, MoneyGeek also broke down costs for Ford Mustang EcoBoost insurance and Ford Mustang Mach-E insurance.
It costs an average of $1,571 per year to insure a Ford Mustang, compared to $1,427 for the average car model.
The cost to insure a Ford Mustang can change by as much as $629 per year depending on the company.
The cost of insurance for a Ford Mustang can change as much as $634 per year depending on how old your car is, with insurance rates being cheaper for older models.
The car insurance company that you choose can have a huge impact on your Ford Mustang insurance rates. The average cost of insurance to insure a Ford Mustang is $1,571, but costs can vary depending on the provider. It's important to compare quotes from many different providers to find the cheapest auto insurance company.
At the low end, USAA offers insurance for $1,298, while Allstate offers the most expensive rates at an average of $1,927. That’s a potential difference of $629 annually depending on which company you choose.
MoneyGeek collected information about insurance provider rates using a sample driver profile. In this scenario, the driver has 100/300/100 liability insurance with comprehensive and collision coverage.
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Insurers use a variety of factors to determine the cost of car insurance for a given model. Expensive models, models more likely to be in a crash and/or models more likely to be stolen are generally charged higher insurance rates.
Ford Mustangs tend to be expensive to insure. Ford Mustangs are designated as sports cars and have high theft rates, according to the most recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. These factors likely lead to higher insurance rates because they make the model riskier for insurers to cover.
Cost shouldn’t be the only factor you consider when buying car insurance for a Ford Mustang. You should also consider other details to find the best car insurance company for your needs.
MoneyGeek’s rating system, based on customer complaints, affordability, customer satisfaction and financial stability, found:
Older versions of a Ford Mustang tend to be cheaper to insure. This is because as a car’s value depreciates, comprehensive and collision insurance becomes less expensive as well.
The average cost of auto insurance is $1,163 for a 2005 Ford Mustang and an average of $1,797 for a 2020 model. That’s a difference of $634 annually.
Different insurers may offer cheaper coverage depending on the model year. The cheapest insurance company for a 2020 Ford Mustang is USAA, at $1,555 annually.
You can scroll to your model year to see how rates from different companies compare.
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Driving a Ford Mustang is on the expensive side when it comes to a car insurance policy. It costs an average of $1,571 to insure a Ford Mustang, compared to an average of $1,428 across all models. That said, it’s still well below the average cost for luxury car brands like Tesla.
Due to their lack of experience on the road, younger drivers may pay more for car insurance no matter what kind of car they drive.
The average cost of car insurance for an 18-year-old driver with a Ford Mustang is $5,128 per year. A 40-year-old driver pays an average of just $1,571 for the same car.
Young drivers can save money by staying on their parents’ policy. It will almost always cost more for young drivers to get their own car insurance.
You can find the cost of car insurance for a young driver from ages 16 to 25 below.
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While the costs referenced in this article are based on a national average, where you live can significantly impact your car insurance rates. You can learn more about the cost of car insurance in individual states with our state page analysis.
The model of your car can significantly impact the cost of your insurance, but it’s only one of many factors insurers take into consideration. Here are some common questions about insuring a Ford Mustang.
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