Jeep Patriot car insurance rates an average of $164 per month, or $1,968 per year. Depending on your driving record, how many miles you drive each year, and other variables, your real cost may be more or lower.
- About the Jeep Patriot
- Jeep Patriot money-saving safety features
- How safe is the Jeep Patriot?
- How does the Jeep Patriot compare to other car models?
About the Jeep Patriot
The Jeep Patriot has been on the market since 2007 and will be phased out in 2017 after the remaining inventory has been used up. The second-generation Jeep Compass will take the Patriot’s place. With a four-wheel drive system and a robust interior, the small SUV is a popular choice for families on a budget. Over 876,000 Jeep Patriots were sold in the North American market between 2014 and April of this year.
Jeep Patriot money-saving safety features
If your Jeep Patriot has the following safety features, you may save money on your auto insurance..
- Anti-lock brakes
- Stability control
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Anti theft system
How safe is the Jeep Patriot?
As a result of these tests, the newest Jeep Patriot model has received top safety ratings from the NHTSA and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The NHTSA gave the Jeep Patriot a rating of 3 stars overall for safety. Both the frontal and rollover crash tests received a score of 3 out of 5. Five out of five stars were awarded in the side crash test. According to the IIHS, the small overlap front crash test result was bad, while all other crash test results were excellent.
There were 43 Jeep Patriots reported stolen in 2013 alone. Based on the number of Jeep Patriot models produced in the same year, that’s a theft rate of 1.21 percent.
How does the Jeep Patriot compare to other car models?
The Jeep Patriot’s insurance costs place it in the middle of the pack among the 360 most expensive vehicle models we’ve researched.
For another car insurance review, visit our review of Jeep Compass Car Insurance Rates.