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The A6 is a midsize luxury sedan in Audi’s lineup. Starting at just over $41,000, the sedan is one of the pricier cars when it comes to what Audi has to offer. Despite the high sticker price, you’re going to get quite a few features as standard on your car that will make it worthwhile. However, MSRP isn’t the only expense you should be looking at. Cost of ownership is an important factor, and moreover how much it will cost to insure your car. If you would like to learn how to save on your Audi A6 insurance premiums, read on.
The A6 can only be described as sporty meets elegant. This midsize sedan is handsome on the outside, comfortable and luxurious on the inside, and sports a decent engine under the hood.
It’s available in both sedan and wagon body styles, and has three trim levels available: The premium, premium plus, and prestige.
The Premium package comes equipped with the following features: sunroof, automatic climate control, automatic headlights, some leather upholstery, GPS navigation system, and an impressive 10-speaker audio system with 6-CD changer. If you go for the premium plus trim level, in addition to the premium trim, you get: Audi’s famous LED running lights, xenon headlights, and rear parking sensors among other features.
The last trim level, the Prestige, adds these features to the mix: rearview camera, keyless entry and ignition, and an upgraded Bose sound system.
Insurance rates will vary from driver to driver and insurer to insurer. However, it’s been estimated that A6 owners have paid around the ballpark figure of $1,500 for insurance annually.
There are ways to lower your insurance premium. Perhaps the best way for you to lower your rates is to shop around. As a rule of thumb get at least 3 separate quotes from different insurance companies and compare and contrast. Not every insurer will have the same incentives and discounts that the other has, so this way you’ll ensure you get the best rates.
Also take into account risk factors; are you a lower risk for the insurance company to insure? If so, you might see a decrease in your rates. Factors like credit history or driving record can be used to gauge your level of responsibility, so this can help or harm you when you’re getting quoted a premium.
Safety ratings can also help lower your insurance rates. The A6 hasn’t yet been tested by the federal government; however, the IIHS has rated the A6. It has received the second highest score, acceptable for roof strength tests. In addition to this, it received the highest possible score of good for front, rear, and side tests, and scored good overall.
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