Honda Pilot cited twice in top-10 cheapest 2012 trucks, SUVs to insure

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The Honda Pilot is the least expensive 2012 model truck or sport utility vehicle to insure, according to a MotorTrend article based on information compiled by CoverHound, the car insurance rate monitoring website.

The 2012 Honda Pilot (Touring) cost on average $108.33 per month. The reasons: The Pilot received “good” safety ratings across the board from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which also named it a Top Safety Pick.

Additionally, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded it at least four stars out of five for all of its major metrics — front, side, rollover and overall ranking.

Plus have you ever heard someone say, “Let’s go out and steal ourselves a Honda Pilot?”, MotorTrend editors write.Honda Pilot cited twice in top-10 cheapest 2012 trucks, SUVs to insure 3

Here are top-10 truck and SUVs, model year 2012, to insure per month:

1. Honda Pilot, $108.33
2. Dodge Durango $112.74
3. Mitsubishi Outlander SE, $113.07
4. Nissan Frontier LE, $115.44
5. GMC Canyon, $115.86.
6. Honda Pilot EX, $116.20
7. Ford F-150, $118.55
8. Chevy Silverado 1500 LTZ, $128.40
9. Acura MDX, $129.64
10. Lincoln MKT, $131.08

To read the complete article, visit: Cheapest Trucks/SUvs To Insure

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