Volkswagen Golf Car Insurance Cost

The average monthly premium for a Volkswagen Golf car insurance cost is $158 — or $1,896 per year, which is almost $600 higher than the national average. With a base price of $19,895, the yearly insurance cost–to–base automobile price ratio is 9.5 percent, much higher than the national average.

About the Volkswagen Golf

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Since 1974, Volkswagen has produced the Golf, which is now in its seventh iteration. The tiny automobile is renowned for its precise handling, powerful engine options, and upscale interior. The Golf is one of Volkswagen’s best-selling vehicles. Volkswagen manufactured more than 29 million vehicles by 2012.

How to compare VW Golf trims

The Volkswagen Golf R debuted in 2012. The hatchback is renowned for its sporty performance, outstanding handling, and luxurious interior. Volkswagen Golf R is one of Car & Driver’s 2017 Top Ten Best Cars.

Since 2015, Volkswagen has offered the Golf SportWagen. The wagon is renowned for its agile handling, ample seating, and opulent interior. The turbocharged four-cylinder engine achieves exceptional fuel economy.

In 2017, Volkswagen introduced the Golf Alltrack. The wagon is distinguished by its elevated suspension, powerful engine, and agile handling. Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is one of Car & Driver’s 2017 Top Ten Best Cars.

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Volkswagen Golf money-saving safety features

If your Volkswagen is equipped with certain safety features, you may be able to save money on your Volkswagen Golf car insurance cost.

  • Anti-lock brakes
  • Stability control
  • Airbags
  • Seatbelt pretensioners
  • Anti theft system

How safe is the Volkswagen Golf?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration awarded the 2017 Volkswagen Golf and its Alltrack, R, and SportWagen trim levels a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating (NHTSA). The NHTSA awarded the side crash test five stars, the best attainable grade. Additionally, the government agency gave the vehicle a four-star safety grade in the frontal collision and rollover crash tests.

The Volkswagen Golf was designated a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). All IIHS crash tests earned an excellent safety grade, the best available.

Lane departure warning, automated post-collision braking, and blind spot monitoring are all standard on the Volkswagen Golf.

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