To identify the best luxury car insurance companies, we evaluated each company based on its average rates for luxury cars, coverage options offered, complaints against the company and collision repair grades from auto body professionals.

Auto insurance rates (50% of score): We used data from Quadrant Information Services to find average rates from each company for 74 luxury vehicles.

Unless otherwise noted, rates are based on a 40-year-old female driver and coverage of:

  • $100,000 for injuries to one person, $300,000 for injuries per accident and $100,000 of property damage (known as 100/300/100).
  • Uninsured motorist coverage of 100/300.
  • Collision and comprehensive insurance with a $500 deductible.

Car insurance coverage options (25% of score): Any auto insurance company can provide the basics of liability insurance, collision and comprehensive coverage and other standard offerings. But it’s also important to have access to additional coverage types that can provide greater protection or cost savings. In this category, we gave points to companies that offer accident forgiveness, new car replacement, vanishing deductibles, usage-based or pay-per-mile insurance and SR-22s.

Complaints (20% of score): We used complaint data from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Each state’s department of insurance is in charge of logging and monitoring complaints against companies operating in their states. Most auto insurance complaints center on claims, including unsatisfactory settlements, delays and denials.

The industry complaint average is 1.00, so companies with a ratio below 1.00 have lower levels of complaints.

Travelers and Auto Owners have very low levels of complaints, while Erie is just below the industry average.

Read more: How Forbes Advisor rates car insurance companies

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Last Update: June 27, 2024

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