While buying an Acura TL, you may have wondered how much the recurring cost of insuring it would affect in the long run. In this feature, we will examine the cost of insurance of this popular car across various states of the nation.
Another member of the Acura bloodline, the luxury sedan Acura TL, is a diversion from the usual SUV range. Originally set for the Japanese market in 1996, the 2004–2012 version from the Honda family comes with a varied price range.
Unlike other Acura labels, the TL is steeply priced in the state of Wisconsin that offers some of the best deals for Acura SUVs. For a median price of $25,770, the vehicle will have to be insured for 5% of the amount, at $1316.
The state of Rhode Island, however, brings the best deal for the sedan at a median price of $9998. However, the buyer will have to shell out 18% of the amount for insurance.
The sedan is the most expensive in the state of Nevada. With a median price of $29,988, the insurance average for the vehicle comes to $1623 at 5% of the cost. Another state that charges a high percentage for insurance is Georgia. For a whopping 14% of the median price of $21,500, the buyer will have to spend an average of $3059 towards insurance.
The states of Kentucky, Minnesota and Nebraska offer reasonable price ranges for the sedan. It costs below $18,000 in each of these states, with the insurance percentage set at 13%, 9% and 11% of the prices respectively.
West Virginia and Pennsylvania offer the sedan for prices below $20,000. But at heavy percentages of 11% and 9% respectively, the buyers will have to shell out an amount ranging from $1900 to $2000 as insurance.
The state of Kansas prices the sedan at a steep $28,900. But with only 5% of the amount going towards insurance, the buyer will have to pay only $1539, which is less than the insurance paid in the state of Indiana, where the insurance average is $1209, i.e., 5% of the vehicle’s median price.