Car ownership doesn’t just stop with keeping up with regular maintenance, it extends beyond that and applies especially true to those who are financing their vehicle. If you are financing your vehicle, there are specific terms and conditions you need to agree on which include getting insurance for your car. While this can also help cash buyers out, getting car insurance acts as another layer of protection for your vehicle saving you from expensive repairs. It's also best to get comprehensive coverage for your car for a better range of protection.
If you own a Honda City sedan in the Philippines and want to get it ensured then here is a quick breakdown of how much budget you will need to save for it. If you are interested in getting car insurance, check out our insurance calculator if you have any inquiries or want to seal the deal with any of our insurance providers. You can get a quote for free with only a few clicks of your computer to get your vehicle protected today. You can also check out the rest of the model lineup of Honda Cars Philippines to see how much they will cost to insure using our insurance calculator.
How much does it cost to comprehensively insure a Honda City?
As previously stated, going with a comprehensive insurance package will give you better coverage for your vehicle which can save you from expensive repairs that are related to any damages or incidents that may occur. It is important to note that policies will already come with a substantial set of features but the features will come at a price so make sure you pick out the ones that will best suit your needs and your budget.
For the Honda City, the amount you will need to pay to ensure the sedan will vary on the model you have selected. In general, it will cost you between P20,000 for the base model variant and P25,500 for the top-of-the-line model for comprehensive coverage.
That being said, here is what you can expect the cost will be to ensure your Honda City sedan. Note that these will be the most expensive policies in place with the lowest amount of coverage, we highly encourage you to check out our calculator to compare and contrast other potential offers that might catch your eye from our selection of providers. These policies also don’t include the special color options of the vehicle.
- Honda City S MT - P20,804.95 per year
- Honda City S CVT- P21,703.79 per year
- Honda City V CVT - P23,722.93 per year
- Honda City RS CVT - P25,563.50 per year
The insurance providers quoting these models include the likes of Mapfre, Malayan, Fortuner General, and FPG Insurance. It is important to remember that each of these providers has its own unique set of benefits and perks to their policies as well as different pricing. With that in mind, we encourage you to compare what they are offering and to check out the benefits of each policy to see which one will fit you the best.
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