Mercury Insurance Names the Most Affordable New Sport Utility Vehicles to Insure
Auto manufacturers have responded with a ton of models, which is why Mercury’s list is a great guide for consumers because insurance cost is an important factor in purchasing a vehicle.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (August 17, 2021) – Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) have quickly overtaken sedans and even sport cars as the new “it” car to have in the garage and sales show no sign of slowing down – SUVs are expected to make up 78 percent of vehicle sales by 2025. Mercury Insurance (NYSE: MCY), a leading auto insurer in California and provider of auto insurance in 10 other states, has put together a list of the most affordable new SUVs to help consumers find a vehicle that will save them money on insurance.
Mercury’s research and development team examined 2021 model year (MY) sport utility vehicles that are available at car dealerships today to compile this list.
“Consumers have 100% bought into SUVs,” said Mercury Insurance Director of Product Management R&D Chong Gao. “Auto manufacturers have responded with a ton of models, which is why Mercury’s list is a great guide for consumers because insurance cost is an important factor in purchasing a vehicle.”
Here is the top-ten list for 2021 SUVs, beginning with the most affordable make and model to insure.
- Fiat 500x
- Hyundai Santa Fe
- Honda Pilot
- Mazda CX-9
- Kia Sportage
- Jeep Cherokee
- Kia Sorento
- Honda CR-V
- Honda HR-V
- Ford Edge
About Mercury Insurance
Mercury Insurance (MCY) is a multiple-line insurance organization predominantly offering personal automobile, homeowners and commercial insurance through a network of independent agents in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia. Since 1962, Mercury has specialized in offering quality insurance at affordable prices. For more information visit or Facebook and follow the company on Twitter.
 Mercury Insurance developed the list based on full coverage premium (BI, PD, COMP, COLL, MP, UMBI and UMPD) for a hypothetical driver with average factors for each rating element.