Chrysler Car Insurance
Get affordable Chrysler car insurance that can be tailored to your needs. We compare quotes so you don’t have to.
Are Chrysler cars expensive to insure?
Chryslers come in all shapes and sizes, so the cost of your insurance will depend on the model you’ve chosen. Thankfully at Adrian Flux, we have over 50 years of experience providing affordable cover for all types of vehicles. So whether you own a classic 1963 Imperial LeBaron, a modified 2005 Crossfire, or the latest standard Chrysler 300, we can help.
Of course, your Chrysler car insurance premiums also depend on a number of other factors besides the car you drive. This includes your driving history, any no claims bonus (NCB) you’ve built up, how you’ll be using your vehicle, and your location. We compare quotes to find you bespoke cover at the right price.
Previous experience driving the type of Chrysler you own
Choosing a limited mileage policy – perfect if your Chrysler is a second car
Adding security precautions like dash cams
Joining an owners club or forum (up to 15% off)
Chrysler 300s are often found in relatively high insurance groups, meaning that they can be relatively expensive to insure. If you’ve decided to get a 300 despite the cost of your cover, this tells us you’re passionate about the vehicle and we can still get you a great price on your cover.
There are many other factors involved in determining the cost of your Chrysler 300, including information about yourself, so get a quote from us to find out how much your insurance will be.
Chrysler 300Cs are often found in insurance groups 30-41 depending on the model you decide to buy.
You’ll usually find Grand Voyagers in insurance groups from the low to mid-30s.
Most PT Cruisers are found in insurance groups 21-26, meaning they’re generally a more affordable option to other Chrysler cars.
Chrysler Ypsilons are often found in insurance groups ranging from 3-12, making them a highly affordable option.