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Car insurance for Suzuki

If you’re trying to pin down info about Suzuki car insurance, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at our list of Suzuki models to see what kind of premiums you might expect for Comprehensive cover with Youi. Keep reading to learn about the different levels of coverage we offer, as well as some lesser-known facts about the Suzuki brand.

If you’re trying to pin down info about Suzuki car insurance, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at our list of Suzuki models to see what kind of premiums you might expect for Comprehensive cover with Youi. Keep reading to learn about the different levels of coverage we offer, as well as some lesser-known facts about the Suzuki brand.

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How much does Suzuki car insurance cost?

Car insurance costs are calculated based on a number of variable factors. If you start a quote with Youi, we can give you a detailed idea of what kind of premium you might expect if you insure your Suzuki with us. However, if all you need is a general idea, below we’ve listed our annual premium ranges for Comprehensive cover on all the Suzuki vehicles we insure.

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Model

Suzuki Alto

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$507 to $1,338

The average annual insurance premium for the Suzuki Alto is around 10% lower than the average for all other Suzuki models we cover.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$558 to $2,368

If you insure the Suzuki APV with Youi, the average annual insurance premium is around 36% higher compared with all other models of Suzuki that we insure.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$659 to $1,577

The Suzuki Baleno has an average annual insurance premium that’s around 14% higher compared with all other Suzuki models insured by Youi.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$626 to $1,586

Compared to all other Suzuki models that Youi insures, the Suzuki Celerio has an average annual insurance premium that’s around 2% higher.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$525 to $1,197

The average annual insurance premium for the Suzuki Grand Vitara is around 14% lower than the average for all other Suzuki models we cover.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$551 to $1,314

If you insure your Suzuki Ignis with Youi, the average annual insurance premium is around 4% lower compared with all other Suzuki models that we cover.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$605 to $1,523

Compared to all other Suzuki models insured with Youi, the Suzuki Jimny’s average annual insurance premium is about 5% higher.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$700 to $1,470

When insured with Youi, the Suzuki Kizashi has an average annual insurance premium which is around 17% higher than the other Suzuki models we insure.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$466 to $1,465

If you insure with Youi, the Suzuki Liana has an average annual premium that’s around 2% higher compared with all other Suzuki models we cover.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$550 to $1,143

If you choose Youi as your insurer, the Suzuki S-Cross has an average annual insurance premium that’s around 9% lower compared with all other Suzuki models we cover.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$401 to $864

If you choose Youi, the average annual insurance premium for the Suzuki Sierra is around 36% lower compared with all other Suzuki vehicles we insure.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$617 to $1,405

The Suzuki Swift has an average annual insurance premium that’s around 2% higher compared with all other Suzuki models Youi covers.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$517 to $1,114

Insurance costs for the Suzuki SX4 are about 19% lower than the average annual premium for all Suzuki models insured with Youi.

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$634 to $1,362

The Suzuki Vitara has an average annual premium that’s around 0.9% lower compared with all other Suzuki models that Youi insures. 

ANNUAL PREMIUM RANGE:

$495 to $1,083

Compared to all other Suzuki models insured with Youi, the average annual insurance premium for the Suzuki XL-7 is about 21% lower.

Information about indicative premium ranges and comparisons

When we display the indicative Comprehensive premium range for a car make and model, or offer a comparison of how a model’s annual premium compares to Youi premiums for all models for that car brand, we adopt some important guidelines:

  • The information displayed is based on Youi internal data for Comprehensive policies sold for the make and model between 30 Nov 2022 and 31 May 2023.
  • To improve how useful our data is, we only calculate our average comparisons on models where Youi data is available on at least 10 sold Comprehensive policies for that model.
  • As you would expect, we get some higher or lower premiums based on different risk ratings, so the indicative range does not represent all Youi customers. 80% of applicable Comprehensive car premiums purchased by our customers fell within or below the indicative premium range shown.
  • Premiums and offers to insure are subject to rating & underwriting, and your own individual circumstances.

What’s the average cost for Suzuki car insurance?

Want to know how insurance costs fluctuate in price depending on the model? In this section, we’ve put together a list of all the average annual premium amounts for the different Suzuki vehicles we cover.

Average annual premium by model

Suzuki Sierra
$671
 
Suzuki XL-7
$832
 
Suzuki SX4
$849
 
Suzuki Grand Vitara
$900
 
Suzuki Alto
$942
 
Suzuki S-Cross
$958
 
Suzuki Ignis
$1,005
 
Suzuki Vitara
$1,040
 
Suzuki Average
$1,049
 
Suzuki Celerio
$1,065
 
Suzuki Swift
$1,070
 
Suzuki Liana
$1,072
 
Suzuki Jimny
$1,101
 
Suzuki Baleno
$1,193
 
Suzuki Kizashi
$1,227
 
Suzuki APV
$1,424
 

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Your coverage options for Suzuki insurance with Youi include Comprehensive, Third Party Fire & Theft, and Third Party Property Only. Learn more about each below.

Interesting facts about Suzuki

The Suzuki company was founded in 1909

In 1909, Michio Suzuki founded the Suzuki Loom Works in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The company manufactured looms for a number of decades, and survived WWII despite needing to move offices and plants in 1945 due to severe war damage. After the war, Suzuki began manufacturing automobiles, launching the Power Free 36cc, 2-cycle auxiliary bicycle engine in 1952.1

Suzuki launched its first 4WD in 1970

The inspiration behind Suzuki’s first 4WD was to create ‘a vehicle that can take on rough roads and go to places that cars couldn't go in the past.’ The first Suzuki LJ model was also the first mass-produced 4x4 in Japan's domestic mini-car category. In 1975, the LJ50 was exported to Australia, featuring a bigger engine to suit Australian conditions. It soon earned a reputation for being a ‘go anywhere’ vehicle.2

The Suzuki Swift has a double life as an Australian police car

In June 2022, the NSW Police Force added a Suzuki Swift Sport to their fleet of Crime Prevention Unit vehicles. According to Rachel Neal, Acting Intelligence Team Leader of the Murray River Police District, Crime Prevention Unit, The Suzuki Swift Sport will implement strategies and ‘help deliver a safe and more secure NSW’.3

Suzuki is a supporter of the NSW Swifts netball team

After a successful partnership in 2022, in March 2023 Suzuki Australia announced it would be recommitting to its role of Official Automotive Partner for the NSW Swifts’ 2023 Suncorp Super Netball campaign. Kath Tetley, Executive General Manager of the Swifts, stated: ‘We love how fun and vibrant our partnership with Suzuki is. To be honest it was always going to be a great fit. You have an iconic company – which produces a popular car like the Swift – joining forces with some of the best personalities in Australian sport.’4

In 1909, Michio Suzuki founded the Suzuki Loom Works in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The company manufactured looms for a number of decades, and survived WWII despite needing to move offices and plants in 1945 due to severe war damage. After the war, Suzuki began manufacturing automobiles, launching the Power Free 36cc, 2-cycle auxiliary bicycle engine in 1952.1

The inspiration behind Suzuki’s first 4WD was to create ‘a vehicle that can take on rough roads and go to places that cars couldn't go in the past.’ The first Suzuki LJ model was also the first mass-produced 4x4 in Japan's domestic mini-car category. In 1975, the LJ50 was exported to Australia, featuring a bigger engine to suit Australian conditions. It soon earned a reputation for being a ‘go anywhere’ vehicle.2

In June 2022, the NSW Police Force added a Suzuki Swift Sport to their fleet of Crime Prevention Unit vehicles. According to Rachel Neal, Acting Intelligence Team Leader of the Murray River Police District, Crime Prevention Unit, The Suzuki Swift Sport will implement strategies and ‘help deliver a safe and more secure NSW’.3

After a successful partnership in 2022, in March 2023 Suzuki Australia announced it would be recommitting to its role of Official Automotive Partner for the NSW Swifts’ 2023 Suncorp Super Netball campaign. Kath Tetley, Executive General Manager of the Swifts, stated: ‘We love how fun and vibrant our partnership with Suzuki is. To be honest it was always going to be a great fit. You have an iconic company – which produces a popular car like the Swift – joining forces with some of the best personalities in Australian sport.’4

What might impact my Suzuki insurance costs?

Here are some of the variable factors that might influence your Suzuki car insurance premium. If you’d like more detailed information about keeping your Suzuki covered, start a quote with Youi today.

FAQs

Keep reading for answers to some of the most frequently-asked questions about Suzuki insurance.

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The average annual insurance premium for Suzuki vehicles (for Comprehensive cover with Youi) is $1,049. Compare this with the average annual premium for Mazda vehicles, which is about $1,093.

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For Youi customers, the Suzuki APV has an average annual insurance premium of $1,424 which is around 36% higher compared with all the Suzuki vehicles we cover.

The average annual insurance premium for the Suzuki Sierra is $671 (for Comprehensive cover with Youi), which is around 36% lower compared with all other Suzuki models we cover.

Different models of cars can attract different insurance premiums. For example, if you insure with Youi, the Suzuki Alto has an average annual insurance premium of $942 while the Suzuki XL-7 has an average annual insurance premium of about $832.

Start a quote with us today to get more detailed info about Suzuki car insurance.

Yes, the colour of your car can affect the cost of your insurance. Certain types of car paint, such as metallic, can cost more than others, and since car insurance premiums are calculated based on, among other things, how much it would cost to repair or replace your car, car colours are usually taken into account.

The year that your Suzuki Swift was manufactured can affect your car insurance premium. This is because insurance premiums are based on, among other things, how much it would cost to have your car fixed or replaced following an incident. Generally speaking, the more expensive it is to repair or replace a vehicle, the higher the insurance costs are likely to be.  

To get more information about keeping your Suzuki Swift covered, start a quote with us today.

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1 Source: Suzuki Global
2 Source: Suzuki Australia
3 Source: Suzuki Australia
4 Source: Suzuki Australia