Want a car insurance bargain?

Insure.com’s latest annual study of auto insurance rates pinpoints the most and least expensive vehicles to insure, plus ranks the states for insurance premiums.

The average rates found in the study are for a 40-year-old single male driver with a good record.

Least expensive 2014 cars to insure:

Rank/Make & Model/Average annual premium

1. Jeep Wrangler Sport - $1,080

2. Honda Odyssey LX  - $1,103

3. Jeep Patriot Sport - $1,104

4. Honda CR-V LX - $1,115

5. Jeep Compass Sport - $1,140

6. Chrysler Town & Country Touring - $1,140

7. Subaru Outback 2.5i - $1,144

8. Dodge Journey SE - $1,149

9. Honda Odyssey EX - $1,149

10. Dodge Grand Caravan SE - $1,158

Most expensive 2014 cars to insure:

Rank/Make & Model/Average annual premium

1. Nissan GT-R Track Edition - $3,169

2. BMW M6 - $3,065

3. Mercedes-Benz  CL550 4Matic AWD - $3,019

4. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT - $2,986

5. Porsche Panamera Turbo S - $2,970

6. Audi R8 5.2 Spyder Quattro - $2,917

7. Mercedes-Benz  G63 AMG - $2,887

8. Audi A8 L 6.3 Quattro - $2,869

9. Jaguar XKR Supercharged - $2,854

10. Jaguar XK - $2,610

Most expensive states for car insurance in 2014:

1. Michigan 

2. West Virginia

3. Georgia  

4. Washington, D.C. 

5. Rhode Island 

Least expensive states for car insurance in 2014:

47. Iowa

48. Idaho 

49. New Hampshire 

50. Maine 

51. Ohio

All study results, as well as the methodology for the study, can be accessed through Insure.com’s car insurance comparison page.

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