Car Insurance for Suzuki

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, updated on June 26th, 2023       

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Suzuki is a popular car brand in Australia, offering a range of reliable and affordable vehicles. Despite this affordable reputation, however, it’s no less important to take the time to find the right car insurance coverage to safeguard your investment, whether you own a Swift, Vitara or any other Suzuki model.

Savvy has partnered with trusted insurers across Australia to provide you with access to our 100% free online comparison service. You can easily and conveniently compare policy deals in one place instantly, helping you find the most suitable policy available for your car through our insurers. Get a no-obligation quote today and drive your Suzuki with confidence before you know it!

Suzuki Swift

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How much does it cost to insure a Suzuki in Australia?

Your personal situation, the Suzuki model you choose and several other factors will all have an impact on how much your car insurance coverage will cost.

For example, a comprehensive policy for a 2020 Suzuki Swift GL AZ Series II might cost between $829 and $2,378 per year (or $79 and $223 per month), with an excess of $900. This is based on a certain set of assumptions in the quote process, however, which include:

  • 40-year-old male driver living in Sydney (postcode 2000)
  • Policyholder is a homeowner
  • Average distance driven per year of 15,000km
  • No younger drivers to use the vehicle
  • Maximum period without making a claim (no-claim bonus Rating 1)

It's important to keep in mind that these prices could change over time, as well as from one person to the next, as this range was collected in June 2023 from a variety of car insurance providers.

You can compare offers for all Suzuki models, which are:

  • Baleno
  • Ignis
  • Jimny
  • S-Cross
  • Swift
  • Swift Sport
  • Vitara

What factors can influence car insurance prices for my Suzuki?

How old you are

Your age is a key factor in determining your car insurance premiums. Younger drivers typically face higher rates than older drivers over 50 due to their limited experience on the road. As you gain more driving experience and reach certain age milestones, you may qualify for lower premiums.

Your record on the road

Your driving record plays a significant role in insurance pricing. A clean record with no recent at-fault accidents or driving offences demonstrates responsible driving behaviour and can result in lower premiums. On the other hand, a history of accidents, offences and repeated minor or major claims may lead to higher rates.

Where you live and park your car

Your location and parking arrangements impact your insurance costs. Living in an area with higher crime rates or a higher risk of accidents can increase premiums. Additionally, parking your car in a secure garage or off-street location can lower the risk of theft or damage, potentially leading to lower insurance rates.

The value of your model

The value of your Suzuki model affects your premiums. As a general rule in car insurance, more expensive models typically have higher coverage costs due to the increased expense associated with repairs or replacements. Insurers take into account the market value of your vehicle when calculating premiums.

Whether there are any discounts available

Insurance discounts can help reduce your premiums. Some insurers offer discounts for various reasons, such as having multiple policies with the same provider, insuring multiple cars with the same policy or installing safety features in your Suzuki. Exploring available discounts can potentially lead to more affordable insurance coverage.

Types of car insurance for Suzuki

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