Tampa: auto insurance rates for different cars

Tampa is the third most expensive city to buy auto insurance in California. With an annual average insurance rate of $1691, Tampa’s rates are only less expensive compared to Glendale ($1998) and Los Angeles ($2195). Most other cities in California have lower auto insurance rates.

The table below lists the insurance rates of the most popular cities in California.

City/ State Average Annual Insurance Rate ($)
Orange County 1,316
San Diego 1,330
Bakersfield 1,337
Ontario 1,448
San Jose 1,471
San Francisco 1,587
Stockton 1,631
Sacramento 1,662
Tampa 1,691
California 1,819
Glendale 1,998
Los Angeles 2,195

Cars with the lowest insurance rates

The Honda Accord is the least expensive car in terms of insurance costs in Tampa. The average annual insurance rate of the Honda Accord in Tampa is $1451. The Honda CR-V, too, has an affordable insurance rate, at $1458. The Honda Accord and the Honda CR-V are the only two cars in Tampa that have insurance costs less than the national average annual insurance rate ($1496).

The Toyota Camry is next, with an annual average insurance rate of $1506. The Toyota Corolla has an average annual insurance rate of $1583. This is the median insurance rate in Tampa.

Of the full-size pickup trucks, the Chevrolet Silverado has the lower insurance costs. With an annual average insurance rate of $1585, the Chevrolet Silverado is cheaper than the Ford F-Series in terms of insurance costs in Tampa. The Ford F-Series has an annual average insurance rate of $1611.

The most expensive cars in Tampa in terms of insurance costs

The Nissan Altima and the Honda Civic are the most expensive cars in terms of insurance costs in Tampa. The Nissan Altima has an annual average insurance rate of $1714, and the Honda Civic can be insured at a cost of $1735 per year. The average annual insurance rate for the Nissan Altima in the United States is $1432, and for the Honda Civic is $1347.