Jaguar has a rich history dating back to 1922, when it was originally founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company to create motorcycle sidecars in England.
Today, Jaguar is the luxury vehicle brand of Jaguar Land Rover, producing models like the compact E-Pace SUV, the F-Type convertible, and the I-Pace electric SUV.
How much will will it cost to insure a Jaguar? We break down average rates for models in production since 2013 and compare Jaguar’s overall average rate to other luxury automobile brands like BMW, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz.
How much does Jaguar car insurance cost?
Jaguar car insurance rates range from $1,856 a year for a Jaguar E-Pace up to $2,600 per year for the Jaguar F-Type. Average car insurance cost for a 2023 Jaguar is $2,171 per year, which is 22.7% more than the U.S. national average car insurance cost of $1,728.
The table below shows average car insurance cost for Jaguar models in production since the 2013 model year. Discontinued models have the last produced model year noted beside the model name.
|Model||Annual Cost||Monthly Cost|
|Jaguar XE 2020 and prior model years||$1,834||$153|
|Jaguar XJ 2019 and prior model years||$2,308||$192|
|Jaguar XJ Super 2017 and prior model years||$2,384||$199|
|Jaguar XK 2015 and prior model years||$1,920||$160|
|Jaguar XKR 2015 and prior model years||$2,078||$173|
Is Jaguar insurance expensive?
As mentioned before, the cost to insure a Jaguar is definitely higher than the average car in America: $443 more per year on average to be exact.
As a luxury brand, it makes sense to compare Jaguar to other luxury competitors. Insurance for a Jaguar costs on average 7.2% less per year than Audi, 11.3% less than BMW, 11.9% more than Volvo, and 13.3% less per year than Mercedes-Benz.
The chart below compares average Jaguar insurance rates to other luxury competitors. Jaguar rates are indicated by the first orange bar, which other luxury brands are shown alphabetically in blue.
Even though Jag insurance is considerably more than the average vehicle, when compared to more suitable competition rates could actually be considered reasonable. Only Alfa Romeo and Volvo have cheaper average rates than Jaguar in the comparison chart above.
To get a feel for how Jaguar insurance compares across all the popular U.S. automotive brands, the table below adds in non-luxury manufactures like Ford and Chevy as well as Asian brands like Kia, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, and Infiniti.
The first row of the table shows the average Jaguar car insurance cost per year of $2,171. Each comparison brand shows its respective average cost plus the difference when compared to Jaguar.
If the difference value is green in color, that comparison brand has cheaper average car insurance cost than Jaguar. If the value is red in color, then Jaguar rates are cheaper than the comparison brand.
|Automotive Brand||Insurance Cost||Difference|
When compared to non-luxury automakers, it’s pretty obvious that you’ll pay more to insure a Jaguar.
This stands to reason, however, as the average MSRP for a Jaguar is considerably higher than most non-luxury cars and SUVs. Higher purchase price doesn’t always translate to higher car insurance rates, but when you’re talking about paying over $100,000 for a Jaguar F-Type R convertible, it does.
What is the cheapest Jaguar car insurance?
The Jaguar E-Pace is the cheapest Jag to insure at an average cost of $1,856 per year. With a purchase price that ranges from $48,000 to $48,000, it is also the cheapest Jaguar to buy.
Ranking in second place, the $47,000 Jaguar XF costs an average of $2,042 per year to insure for full coverage.
The rest of the top five cheapest Jags to insure are the Jaguar F-Pace, Jaguar I-Pace, and Jaguar F-Type. The list below details annual and monthly average car insurance cost for each model, plus the vehicle segment each belongs to.
Top five cheapest Jaguar models to insure for 2023
- Jaguar E-Pace – (midsize luxury SUV) $1,856 per year or $155 per month
- Jaguar XF – (midsize luxury car) $2,042 per year or $170 per month
- Jaguar F-Pace – (small luxury SUV) $2,106 per year or $176 per month
- Jaguar I-Pace – (small luxury SUV) $2,252 per year or $188 per month
- Jaguar F-Type – (sports car) $2,600 per year or $217 per month