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Senior Car Insurance Costs and Reliable Providers

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The Greenlight: Sedan Specs Faceoff: Hyundai vs Honda

Car Parts: Bits and pieces of the latest automotive news

Dashboard: Senior Car Insurance Analysis

Around the Car: Women: Prioritized Factors when Purchasing a Car


Sedan Specs Faceoff: Hyundai vs Honda

Quarrel of the Sedans: Hyundai Verna vs Honda City – Which Reigns Supreme in Specs Showdown?

  • Move over old sedans; there’s a new competition in town – Honda City and Hyundai Verna!
  • The Verna boasts a parametric jewel front grille, ‘H-shaped’ parametric connected LED tail lamps, and a spacious 528-liter boot. (the grille is so fancy, it could give you a fancy toothache! And a boot so big, you could fit your whole life in there.
  • The Honda City has a honeycomb mesh grille and 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels but a smaller 506-liter boot.
  • Both sedans feature advanced safety features, with the Verna having 17 Smart-Sense Level 2 ADAS features and the City having six.(The City may not have as much space as the Verna, but it’s got safety features for days! Six! to be exact, which is still pretty impressive…)
  • The Verna has two engine options – a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated mill and a 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine – while the City comes with a 1.5-liter petrol engine and a 1.5-liter petrol-hybrid motor.(The Verna gives you not one, but TWO engine options. It’s like choosing between cake and ice cream, except both are delicious engines.)
  • Both sedans meet the new RDE and BS6 Phase 2 emission norms, so you can feel good about being eco-friendly while you cruise in style.(These sedans are eco-friendly and stylish – talk about having your cake and eating it too. Or in this case, driving it.)

Car Parts!

1- ‘SneakPeeksterior!’– Porsche just revealed updated images of the 2024 Cayenne’s interior ahead of its global debut on April 18th, showcasing a redesigned dashboard that sets it apart from the previous model.

 2- ‘ AutoVernacular!’– New-gen Hyundai Verna aims to double sales figures with its modern features and advanced technology

3- ‘DieselRevival’– Chevrolet to add diesel engine option to the 2024 Silverado ZR2 off-road truck.

4- ‘RetroFuturJeep!!’– Jeep debuts retro and modern concepts at the Easter Jeep Safari festival, including a restored 1978 Cherokee on a Wrangler 4xe chassis.

 5- ‘Pricetopia’– Toyota executives anticipate US new car average price striking $50k in 2023

6- ‘Greennovation!!’– EU countries approve landmark law to end new CO2-emitting car sales by 2035, with an exemption for e-fuels in Germany.”

The 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine is rated at 305 hp and 495 lb-ft of torque. (Chevrolet)


Senior Car Insurance: Average Annual Cost and Most Reliable Providers:

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  • The average cost of senior car insurance for drivers aged 60, 70, and 80 is $2,337 yearly, or almost $195 a month.
  • Who said senior citizens don’t get any discounts? They get a discount on car insurance – it’s just called a “senior rate” instead of a “discount.”
  • Age Average Annual Rate Average Monthly Rate 60 $1,915 $160 70 $2,099 $175 80 $2,574 $215
  • If you’re a senior looking for car insurance, don’t worry – there are plenty of options that won’t break the bank. Just don’t expect a discount for having a head full of gray hair.
  • USAA, Auto-Owners, Geico, and Westfield offer the best car insurance policies for seniors, each with an average annual cost of less than $2,000.
  • USAA is the cheapest option for seniors, with an average annual cost of $1,554, followed by Auto-Owners at $1,768 annually.
  • Geico is the cheapest option for seniors, with an average annual cost of $1,936.
  • Allstate, Mercury, and Safe Auto have the most expensive policies for seniors, averaging more than $3,000 annually.
  • Safe Auto is the most expensive option for seniors at $3,345 a year.
  • The good news is that as a senior, you’ve got experience on your side. The bad news? Your car insurance company knows it too, and they’ll charge you accordingly.
  • If you’re a senior on a budget, don’t make the mistake of assuming all car insurance policies are created equal. Do your research and find the one that fits your needs and your wallet.
  • It’s a good thing senior citizens are wise, because they’ll need all their wisdom to navigate the complicated world of car insurance policies and rates.

Around The Car

Women: Prioritized Factors when Purchasing a Car

Women car owners are becoming a vital force in the auto industry, and manufacturers better listen up or they’ll be left in the dust.

  • When women decide to buy a car, they prioritize low gas consumption, attractive design, handling, performance, and reliability.
  • And before you start with any sexist jokes, let me tell you that women drivers make informed and rational decisions when it comes to buying a car.
  • Female consumers consider their personal and professional needs, like commuting or motherhood, when making a decision. So, if you want to sell cars, you better start catering to the ladies!

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