This crossover luxury sedan is heavily loaded but is also heavy on the pockets when compared to its more affordable Acura variants like TL, TSX and or even its SUVs. But the price tag brings with a list of median rates and insurance averages that a buyer will have to navigate through to get the best deal for the vehicle.
The sedan is best bought in the state of Georgia where the median price of the vehicle is $27288. The buyer will have to insure for 7% of the median price, which pegs the average insurance at $2001.
The sedan is steeply priced in the states of Arizona and Missouri at median prices of $45,991 and $43,999, respectively, with the insurance averages of $1269 and $1699. Though the vehicle is exceedingly expensive in Nebraska, the insurance average is $1446.
The states of California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho and Illinois offer relatively better deals. The median prices are below $35,000 and insurance averages range from $1225 to $1373. Among the four states, the insurance percentage is the highest in California, at 6% of the price.
Wisconsin, Texas, Pennsylvania, Oregon and New Jersey have median prices less than $30,000. However, the insurance charges in these states constitute 4% of the median price of the vehicle. The highest average of insurance among these states is in Pennsylvania, where one would have to pay an average of $1573 on an annual basis for insurance.
Crossing the $33,000 median price mark are the states of Michigan, Missouri and Washington. The states of Massachusetts and California charge the highest insurance percentage of 6%. For a median price of $31,850, buyers from Massachusetts will be charged an average of $1999 for vehicle insurance.
Buyers from Arizona may have to shell out only 2% of the price towards insurance, but the hefty initial investment (median price of $45991) reduces the affordability quotient of this deal.