Priced a notch above its cousins A4 and A3, insuring the Audi A5 is, however, lighter on the wallet. With a price band of $27,000 to $43,000, the variation in prices within states is lesser than the other cars from the series.
The median price of the car is the highest ($42,998) in the state of Indiana. However, for an insurance rate as high as 5% of the median price of the car, the buyer will have to shell an average amount of $1285.This is less than the amount required to insure the vehicle in Illinois where the average insurance amount is $1458, which is 4% of the median price.
The median price in Maryland is next only to that of Indiana, at $39,991. The average sum of insurance is $2107. The buyer will have to shell out 5% of the median price for the insurance.
The states of California, Colorado, Michigan and Missouri have a relatively high median price (above $35000). However, buyers from Michigan will have to pay an additional 8% as insurance charges. The average insurance usually amounts to $3104.
The median price in the states of New Hampshire, New Mexico, Illinois and Arizona is just below $30,000.Buyers from Illinois and New Hampshire will have to pay 4% towards insurance charges, while the ones buying the vehicle from New Mexico and Arizona will have to pay 5% of the median price to insure the vehicle.
Though the states of Wisconsin, Ohio and Virginia have median prices of more than $33,000, it will cost the buyers only 3% of the median rate to insure the car. The average rate of insurance in these states costs between $1288 and $1486.
The median price of the A4 in the state of Idaho is $30,999. The average insurance amount is $1564, which is more than the average rate in Florida, i.e., $1377, which also has the same percentage of insurance as that in Idaho.