Do you want to start paying less for your Chrysler Aspen car insurance? Well, welcome to the club. Given the fact that you drive a Chrysler Aspen, that’s a very small club, but it’s an exclusive club nonetheless. Though it certainly doesn’t mean that you should have to pay an arm and a leg each month for your insurance premiums. Even though you’re driving an older, rarer car, we can help you navigate the treacherous waters of insurance shopping to get you the monthly premiums you deserve.
Are you familiar with the Dodge Durango? If so, then you now know where the Chrysler Aspen came from. This luxury SUV launched in 2007 largely based on the Dodge Durango model. While it wasn’t the only truck-based vehicle that Chrysler ever produced, it was the only one produced which did not adhere to the US government’s CAFE standards (that honor goes to the PT Cruiser). Unfortunately, the production cycle of the Chrysler Aspen was dramatically short-lived. Chrysler announced the discontinuation of the model during the 2009 production year, citing poor sales as a major factor.
Just because the Chrysler Aspen was only in production for a few short years doesn’t mean this vehicle didn’t get a good amount of attention while it was still available for sale. As a matter of fact, one of the 2007 models had a special famous cameo in the 2006 Christmas movie Deck the Halls. Despite its debut on the silver screen, the Newark assembly facility in New Jersey – the main site of manufacturing for both the Chrysler Aspen and the Dodge Durango – was still shut down at the end of 2009. This was another contributing factor to the discontinuation of the Chrysler Aspen.
The state in which you live and drive will have a significant effect on what your monthly premiums will be. But calculating exactly how much of an impact it will have involves calculating many different complicated factors. Do the laws in your state favored auto insurance consumers, or the companies who are trying to make a profit? Are there an above average number of fatal accidents, DUIs, or auto thefts where you live? What about severe weather? The more information you have about the geographical risk factors to you and your vehicle, the easier it’ll be to figure out how much you should – or shouldn’t – be paying for your coverage.
Of course, then you have to look at the quality and the business practices of the insurance company you want to purchase coverage from. If all you care about is price, this could make it easier or harder to shop, depending on how much effort you are willing to put into the comparison shopping process. It can also depend on how many insurance providers are in your area, which means that you’ll have a mountain to climb if you want to get accurate, free quotes from as many of them as you can. But if you care more about the financial strength and stability of your insurance provider, as well as their reliability and customer service, you may have to pay a little bit of a premium for that added security.
For older cars, especially cars that are no longer in production like the Chrysler Aspen, choosing the right amount of coverage can make all the difference between a highly affordable and an exorbitantly expensive Chrysler Aspen car insurance policy. If you really want to save money, you could raise the deductibles on either your comprehensive or collision coverage, or both. Or you could opt to take those coverages off of your policy altogether and risk taking on all the financial responsibility yourself if you need to repair or replace any part of your vehicle. But the money you save by reducing your coverage could be worth it if the repairs are cheap, or if you never actually end up needing them.
If there are only a few providers in your area willing to sell you Chrysler Aspen auto insurance, then you may be able to do the grunt work on your own and compare rates by yourself. But if there are several different insurance companies in your area, you’re going to need help. And we would be more than happy to provide it. You can compare half a dozen quotes or more in a matter of minutes by using our handy quote generator. All we need is your zip code, and we can help you start saving money right now.