Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla Insurance

A question often asked by readers, does the Honda Civic or the Toyota Corolla cost less to insure? Let's analyze car insurance rates for the 2015 through 2022 model years to find which model is cheaper.

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  • For the 2022 model year, a Toyota Corolla has less-expensive car insurance than a Honda Civic by an average of $10 per year.
  • Average car insurance cost per month for the Honda Civic is 0.8% more expensive than the Toyota Corolla, at $126 versus $125, a difference of $1.
  • Out of 20 models in the 2022 small car segment, the Honda Civic ranks #8 and the Toyota Corolla ranks #6 for most affordable car insurance.

Is a Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla cheaper to insure?

Insurance rates for a 2022 Honda Civic average $1,510 per year, whereas the 2022 Toyota Corolla costs an average of $1,500 per year, making the Toyota Corolla the winner with the cheapest average insurance rates.

Within each model, however, cost varies quite a bit depending on the vehicle trim level. For a 2022 Honda Civic, insurance rates range from the lowest full-coverage rate of $1,400 per year for the LX model up to the most expensive rate of $1,650 for the Type R model. For a 2022 Toyota Corolla, rates can range from $1,428 per year for the L model up to $1,574 for the most expensive XSE Apex Edition model.

When trim-level rates for both models are compared, the most affordable model and trim level is the Honda Civic LX at an average cost of $1,400 per year, and the highest-cost model and trim level is the Honda Civic Type R costing an average of $1,650 per year.

For a 2022 Honda Civic, the cheapest models are the LX, LX Hatchback, and Sport. The cheapest Toyota Corolla models include the L, LE, and SE Hatchback. From a cost-per-month standpoint, average insurance rates for all 2022 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels range from $117 to $138 per month.

For models prior to 2022, average car insurance costs for a Civic and a Corolla compare as shown in the list below. Click on a model year to view the full cost comparisons.

The table below ranks the 12-month and monthly car insurance cost for 2022 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, showing average cost for each trim level.

2022 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost by Trim Level
Model and Trim Level Annual Cost Monthly Cost
$1,400$117
$1,428$119
$1,428$119
$1,436$120
$1,440$120
$1,458$122
$1,470$123
$1,470$123
$1,482$124
$1,490$124
$1,496$125
$1,504$125
$1,506$126
$1,508$126
$1,508$126
$1,518$127
$1,524$127
$1,532$128
$1,542$129
$1,574$131
$1,612$134
$1,626$136
$1,650$138

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Table Data Details: Average annual and monthly cost assumes a clean driving record and no at-fault accidents for a 40-year-old driver rated on a 2022 Honda Civic and a 2022 Toyota Corolla. Full coverage physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged for all U.S. states.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2022 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost by Trim Level

The bar chart below shows average Honda Civic insurance cost compared to Toyota Corolla insurance rates for the 2022 model year and for a range of different driver age groups.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2022 Honda Civic and a 2022 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2022 Honda Civic vs. 2022 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2022 Honda Civic vs. 2022 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,982$1,584$1,510$1,376
Toyota Corolla$2,946$1,556$1,500$1,368

How does insurance cost for a 2022 Honda Civic compare to a Toyota Corolla?

  • Insurance cost in the chart above ranges from $1,376 to $2,982 per year for the Honda Civic and $1,368 to $2,946 per year for the Toyota Corolla.
  • A 20-year-old driver pays an average of $36 more to insure a Honda Civic than a Toyota Corolla.
  • A 30-year-old driver pays an average of $28 more to insure a Honda Civic than a Toyota Corolla.
  • A 40-year-old driver pays an average of $10 more to insure a Honda Civic than a Toyota Corolla.
  • A 50-year-old driver pays an average of $8 more to insure a Honda Civic than a Toyota Corolla.
  • For a 17-year-old driver, insurance on a Honda Civic costs an average of $5,052 per year and Toyota Corolla insurance costs an average of $5,102 per year, a difference of $50 per year.
  • Having an at-fault accident could increase insurance rates by up to $616 per year for the Honda Civic and $622 for the Toyota Corolla.
  • A high deductible policy could save as much as $224 per year for the Honda Civic and $192 for the Toyota Corolla.

The tables below detail insurance rates for all trim levels of 2022 Civic and Corolla models. 2022 Honda Civic insurance costs $1,510 and the 2022 Toyota Corolla is $1,500, making the Toyota Corolla cheaper by $10 per year.

2022 Honda Civic

$1,510

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2022 Honda Civic
2022 Honda Civic TrimsRate
LX$1,400
LX Hatchback1,428
Sport1,436
Sport Hatchback1,458
EX1,470
EX-L Hatchback1,504
Si1,508
Si HPT1,508
Touring1,612
Sport Touring Hatchback1,626
Type R1,650
2022 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,510

2022 Toyota Corolla

$1,500

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2022 Honda Civic
2022 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L$1,428
LE1,440
SE Hatchback1,470
SE1,482
SE Nightshade Edition Hatchback1,490
SE Nightshade Edition1,496
LE Hybrid1,506
XLE1,518
XSE Hatchback1,524
SE Apex Edition1,532
XSE1,542
XSE Apex Edition1,574
2022 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,500

2021 Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla

For 2021 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Toyota Corolla is cheaper to insure by an average of $132 per year.

The rate chart below displays the average cost to insure both 2021 models for the 20 to 50-year-old driver age groups. For a 2021 Honda Civic, average car insurance cost ranges from $1,242 to $2,692 per year for the included age groups. A 2021 Toyota Corolla costs from $1,124 to $2,422 to insure per year.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2021 Honda Civic and a 2021 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2021 Honda Civic vs. 2021 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2021 Honda Civic vs. 2021 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,692$1,430$1,364$1,242
Toyota Corolla$2,422$1,292$1,232$1,124

Out of 13 trims for the 2021 Honda Civic, the cheapest average insurance prices are on the LX Sedan model at a cost of $1,228 per year, or around $102 per month. For the 12 trims available for the Toyota Corolla, the cheapest 2021 model to insure is the iM SE Hatchback model at a cost of $1,164 per year, or around $97 per month.

When comparing car insurance rates for both models by trim level, the lowest-cost model and trim level to insure is the Toyota Corolla iM SE Hatchback at an average of $1,164 per year. The most expensive model and trim level is the Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback at an average of $1,676 per year.

The tables below illustrate average car insurance rates for each trim level, along with an average cost for each model. The model with cheapest overall car insurance cost for 2021 is the Toyota Corolla.

2021 Honda Civic

$1,364

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2021 Honda Civic
2021 Honda Civic TrimsRate
LX Sedan$1,228
LX Hatchback1,252
Sport Sedan1,274
EX Sedan1,296
Sport Hatchback1,296
LX Coupe1,338
EX Hatchback1,342
EX-L Navi Hatchback1,342
EX-L Sedan1,342
EX Coupe1,384
Touring Sedan1,462
Touring Hatchback1,492
Sport Touring Hatchback1,676
2021 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,364

2021 Toyota Corolla

$1,232

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2021 Honda Civic
2021 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
iM SE Hatchback$1,164
L Hatchback1,176
L Sedan1,176
LE Sedan1,198
LE Premium Hatchback1,220
Hybrid LE Sedan1,232
SE Sedan1,232
iM XSE Hatchback1,232
SE Premium Hatchback1,278
XLE Sedan1,278
XSE Sedan1,278
XLE Hatchback1,326
2021 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,232

2020 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

For 2020 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Toyota Corolla has lower-cost car insurance by an average of $130 per year for this model year.

The chart below shows the average cost to insure both models with different driver age groups. For a 2020 Honda Civic, insurance cost ranges from $1,226 to $2,664 per year for the illustrated age groups. A 2020 Toyota Corolla costs from $1,106 to $2,390 to insure per year.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2020 Honda Civic and a 2020 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2020 Honda Civic vs. 2020 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2020 Honda Civic vs. 2020 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,664$1,410$1,344$1,226
Toyota Corolla$2,390$1,272$1,214$1,106

Out of 17 trims for the 2020 Honda Civic, the cheapest insurance prices are on the LX Sedan trim at a cost of $1,208 per year, or $101 per month. The 2020 Toyota Corolla has 12 trim levels available, with the cheapest trim to insure being the L Hatchback trim at an average cost of $1,154 per year, or $96 per month.

When comparing car insurance rates for both models by trim level, the cheapest model and trim level to insure is the Toyota Corolla L Hatchback at an average rate of $1,154 per year. The overall most expensive vehicle to insure is the Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback costing an average of $1,650 per year.

The two tables below display the average cost to insure all 2020 trim levels, along with an average cost for each model.

2020 Honda Civic

$1,344

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2020 Honda Civic
2020 Honda Civic TrimsRate
LX Sedan$1,208
LX Hatchback1,228
Sport Sedan1,250
EX Sedan1,274
Sport Hatchback1,274
SI Sedan1,290
EX Hatchback1,316
EX-L Navi Hatchback1,316
EX-L Sedan1,316
LX Coupe1,316
Sport Coupe1,338
EX Coupe1,360
Touring Coupe1,408
SI Coupe1,434
Touring Sedan1,434
Touring Hatchback1,466
Sport Touring Hatchback1,650
2020 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,344

2020 Toyota Corolla

$1,214

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2020 Honda Civic
2020 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Hatchback$1,154
L Sedan1,154
iM SE Hatchback1,160
LE Sedan1,176
LE Premium Hatchback1,198
Hybrid LE Sedan1,212
SE Sedan1,212
iM XSE Hatchback1,234
SE Premium Hatchback1,254
XLE Sedan1,254
XSE Sedan1,254
XLE Hatchback1,302
2020 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,214

2019 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

When comparing average insurance rates for the 2019 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Toyota Corolla is cheaper by an average of $192 per year.

The next chart demonstrates the average cost to insure both models rated for a variety of different driver ages. For a 2019 Honda Civic, average car insurance cost ranges from $1,208 to $2,628 per year. A 2019 Toyota Corolla costs from $1,032 to $2,220 to insure per year.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2019 Honda Civic and a 2019 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2019 Honda Civic vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2019 Honda Civic vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,628$1,386$1,326$1,208
Toyota Corolla$2,220$1,184$1,134$1,032

The 2019 Honda Civic has 18 trims available, with the cheapest trim level to insure being the SI Sedan model at an average cost of $1,154 per year.

The 2019 Toyota Corolla has 12 trim levels available, with the cheapest trim level to insure being the L Hatchback trim at an average cost of $1,110 per year.

When rates for all 30 trim levels for the 2019 model year of both models are compared, the cheapest model and trim level to insure is the Toyota Corolla L Hatchback at an average cost of $1,110 per year, and the overall most expensive vehicle to insure is the Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback at an average of $1,508 per year.

The tables shown below show the average cost to insure all 2019 trim levels, along with an average cost for each model. The cheapest model to insure for the 2019 model year is the Toyota Corolla.

2019 Honda Civic

$1,326

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2019 Honda Civic
2019 Honda Civic TrimsRate
SI Sedan$1,154
LX Hatchback1,244
LX Sedan1,244
LX Coupe1,256
Sport Coupe1,256
Sport Sedan1,266
EX Hatchback1,286
EX Sedan1,286
Sport Hatchback1,286
EX Coupe1,298
EX-L Sedan1,328
EX-L Navigation Hatchback1,374
Touring Coupe1,374
Touring Sedan1,374
SI Coupe1,404
Touring Hatchback1,404
Type-R Hatchback1,488
Sport Touring Hatchback1,508
2019 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,326

2019 Toyota Corolla

$1,134

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2019 Honda Civic
2019 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Hatchback$1,110
L Sedan1,110
LE EcoHatchback1,110
LE EcoSedan1,110
LE Hatchback1,110
LE Sedan1,110
SE Hatchback1,152
SE Sedan1,152
XLE Hatchback1,164
XLE Sedan1,164
XSE Hatchback1,164
XSE Sedan1,164
2019 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,134

2018 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

For the 2018 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Honda Civic is cheaper to insure by an average of $68 per year for this model year.

The chart below visualizes the average cost to insure both 2018 models using different driver ages. Average insurance cost ranges from $1,216 to $2,630 per year for a 2018 Honda Civic, and $1,276 to $2,758 for a 2018 Toyota Corolla.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2018 Honda Civic and a 2018 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2018 Honda Civic vs. 2018 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2018 Honda Civic vs. 2018 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,630$1,388$1,332$1,216
Toyota Corolla$2,758$1,444$1,400$1,276

The 2018 Honda Civic has 22 trims available, with the cheapest trim level to insure being the SI Sedan model at an average cost of $1,126 per year, or about $94 per month.

For the six trim levels available for the Toyota Corolla, the cheapest 2018 model to insure is the L Sedan model at a cost of $1,372 per year, or about $114 per month.

When comparing car insurance rates for both models by trim level, the lowest-cost model and trim to insure is the Honda Civic SI Sedan at a cost of $1,126 per year, and the most expensive vehicle to insure is the Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback costing an average of $1,474 per year.

The next two tables show average car insurance rates for each trim level, along with an average cost for each model. The model with cheapest overall car insurance cost for 2018 is the Honda Civic.

2018 Honda Civic

$1,332

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2018 Honda Civic
2018 Honda Civic TrimsRate
SI Sedan$1,126
LX Coupe1,224
EX-T Coupe1,266
LX-P Coupe1,266
LX Sedan1,280
Type-R Hatchback1,290
EX-L Coupe1,306
LX Hatchback1,308
EX Sedan1,322
EX-T Sedan1,322
LX Honda Sensing Sedan1,322
Sport Hatchback1,342
EX Hatchback1,362
EX Honda Sensing Sedan1,362
EX-T Honda Sensing Sedan1,362
EX-TL Sedan1,362
SI Coupe1,370
Touring Coupe1,376
EX-TL Honda Sensing Sedan1,404
EX-L Hatchback1,424
Touring Sedan1,444
Sport Touring Hatchback1,474
2018 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,332

2018 Toyota Corolla

$1,400

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2018 Honda Civic
2018 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Sedan$1,372
LE EcoSedan1,372
LE Sedan1,372
SE Sedan1,414
XLE Sedan1,414
XSE Sedan1,454
2018 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,400

2017 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

When comparing car insurance rates for the 2017 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Honda Civic is cheaper to insure by an average of $88 per year.

The chart shown below illustrates the average cost to insure the two models for different driver ages. For a 2017 Honda Civic, average insurance cost ranges from $1,172 to $2,538 per year for these driver ages. A 2017 Toyota Corolla costs from $1,256 to $2,710 to insure per year.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2017 Honda Civic and a 2017 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,538$1,334$1,284$1,172
Toyota Corolla$2,710$1,414$1,372$1,256

Out of 17 trim levels for the 2017 Honda Civic, the cheapest car insurance rates are on the SI Sedan model at a cost of $1,056 per year. For the seven trims available for the Toyota Corolla, the cheapest 2017 trim to insure is the L Sedan model at a cost of $1,344 per year, or around $112 per month.

When comparing rates by trim level for both models, the lowest-cost model and trim to insure is the Honda Civic SI Sedan at an average rate of $1,056 per year. The overall most expensive vehicle to insure is the Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback costing $1,438 per year.

The rate tables below display both 2017 models and all trim levels available for each one, including an overall average cost for each model.

2017 Honda Civic

$1,284

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2017 Honda Civic
2017 Honda Civic TrimsRate
SI Sedan$1,056
LX Coupe1,196
LX-P Coupe1,196
EX Coupe1,236
LX Hatchback1,252
LX Sedan1,252
Type-R Touring Hatchback1,254
EX-L Coupe1,274
EX Sedan1,292
Sport Hatchback1,292
SI Coupe1,296
EX-L Sedan1,326
EX Hatchback1,332
Touring Coupe1,342
EX-L Hatchback1,372
Touring Sedan1,410
Sport Touring Hatchback1,438
2017 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,284

2017 Toyota Corolla

$1,372

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2017 Honda Civic
2017 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Sedan$1,344
LE EcoSedan1,344
LE Sedan1,344
50th Anniversary Special Edition Sedan1,384
SE Sedan1,384
XLE Sedan1,384
XSE Sedan1,424
2017 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,372

2016 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

For the 2016 Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla models, the Honda Civic is cheaper to insure by an average of $36 per year.

The chart below visualizes the average cost to insure both models rated for multiple driver ages. Insurance cost ranges from $1,106 to $2,392 per year for a 2016 Honda Civic, and $1,140 to $2,460 for a 2016 Toyota Corolla for the example age groups.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2016 Honda Civic and a 2016 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2016 Honda Civic vs. 2016 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2016 Honda Civic vs. 2016 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,392$1,264$1,212$1,106
Toyota Corolla$2,460$1,290$1,248$1,140

Out of 10 trim levels for the 2016 Honda Civic, the cheapest car insurance rates are on the LX Sedan model at a cost of $1,138 per year, or around $95 per month.

The 2016 Toyota Corolla has 11 trim levels available, with the cheapest trim level to insure being the L Sedan model at an average cost of $1,190 per year.

When comparing car insurance rates for both models by trim level, the cheapest vehicle to insure to insure is the Honda Civic LX Sedan at an average of $1,138 per year, and the most expensive trim is the Toyota Corolla S Premium Sedan at an average cost of $1,302 per year.

The two tables below illustrate trim level insurance rates for each 2016 model, plus the average rate for each model.

2016 Honda Civic

$1,212

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2016 Honda Civic
2016 Honda Civic TrimsRate
LX Sedan$1,138
LX Coupe1,148
EX Sedan1,182
EX-T Sedan1,200
EX-TL Sedan1,218
EX-L Coupe1,222
EX-T Coupe1,222
LX-P Coupe1,222
Touring Sedan1,274
Touring Coupe1,284
2016 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,212

2016 Toyota Corolla

$1,248

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2016 Honda Civic
2016 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Sedan$1,190
LE EcoPlus Sedan1,228
LE EcoSedan1,228
LE Plus Sedan1,228
LE Sedan1,228
S Plus Sedan1,228
S Sedan1,228
Special Edition Sedan1,264
LE EcoPremium Sedan1,302
LE Premium Sedan1,302
S Premium Sedan1,302
2016 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,248

2015 Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla

When comparing insurance rates for 2015 models, a Honda Civic costs an average of $1,134 per year to insure and a Toyota Corolla costs $1,124, making the Toyota Corolla cheaper to insure by $10 per year.

The rate chart below shows the average cost to insure the two models rated for different driver ages. Average insurance cost ranges from $1,036 to $2,234 per year for a 2015 Honda Civic, and $1,026 to $2,212 for a 2015 Toyota Corolla for the included driver ages.

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Chart Data Details: Average insurance rates are for a 2015 Honda Civic and a 2015 Toyota Corolla with safe driver and claim-free discounts applied. Physical damage deductibles are $500 and rates are averaged across all U.S. states. Rates are also averaged for all Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla trim levels.Data last updated on November 30, 2022
2015 Honda Civic vs. 2015 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
2015 Honda Civic vs. 2015 Toyota Corolla Insurance Cost
Vehicle Make/Model Driver Age 20 Driver Age 30 Driver Age 40 Driver Age 50
Honda Civic$2,234$1,170$1,134$1,036
Toyota Corolla$2,212$1,164$1,124$1,026

The 2015 Honda Civic has 13 trim levels available, with the cheapest model to insure being the LX Sedan model at an average cost of $1,014 per year.

Out of the 10 trim levels available for the Toyota Corolla, the cheapest 2015 trim to insure is the L Sedan trim at a cost of $1,076.

When all 23 trims of both models are combined and compared, the cheapest vehicle to insure to insure is the Honda Civic LX Sedan at an average rate of $1,014 per year. The highest-cost model and trim level is the Honda Civic SI Coupe at an average of $1,248 per year.

The ables shown below display both 2015 models and all trim levels available for each one, including an overall average cost for each model. The 2015 Toyota Corolla can declare victory over the 2015 Honda Civic for the cheapest average car insurance rates.

2015 Honda Civic

$1,134

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2015 Honda Civic
2015 Honda Civic TrimsRate
LX Sedan$1,014
SE Sedan1,014
EX Sedan1,050
HF Sedan1,050
EX-L Sedan1,086
SI Sedan1,086
CNG Sedan1,132
LX Coupe1,180
Hybrid L Sedan1,208
Hybrid Sedan1,208
EX Coupe1,214
EX-L Coupe1,248
SI Coupe1,248
2015 Honda Civic Average Rate$1,134

2015 Toyota Corolla

$1,124

Insurance Rates by Trim Level for 2015 Honda Civic
2015 Toyota Corolla TrimsRate
L Sedan$1,076
LE EcoPlus Sedan1,110
LE EcoSedan1,110
LE Plus Sedan1,110
LE Sedan1,110
S Plus Sedan1,110
S Sedan1,110
LE Premium Sedan1,144
LE EcoPremium Sedan1,180
S Premium Sedan1,180
2015 Toyota Corolla Average Rate$1,124

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