Top 10 Cheapest Motorcycles To Insure

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Standards – Honda NC700X, Kawasaki Ninja 650/Versys, Suzuki SFV650

2012 Honda NC700X and Kawasaki Versys

Conveniently, one of our favorite — and underrated — categories, the middleweight standard, also yields four of the least expensive motorcycles to insure: Honda’s NC700X, Kawasaki’s Ninja 650 and Versys, and the Suzuki SFV650 (formerly the Gladius). All of these bikes could be taken as the modern interpretation of the UJM, which is refreshing in this age of specialized motorcycles.

Often, when we have a member of this innocent, do-anything-and-do-it-comfortably foursome in our garage, it’s the one we gravitate towards when the cameras aren’t pointed at us. If we were to actually own one, knowing the insurance wouldn’t take a bite of our wallet just makes us favor them even more.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/james.crass James Crass

    could’ve picked bikes produced Since 1999 to even out the spread a little (and left out super sports as we all know they are the most expensive, although the mixture is nice, a comparative list comprising of Non-super sport bikes 99-current “could” be more subjective

    • duck

      shut up

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  • Luke

    This has really helped me decide on which motorcycle I want to buy. Living in the Mtn. West, riding a bike is only possible for about half of the year. A motorcycle always has to be your 2nd mode of travel and that’s why finding one that is cheap to insure is huge in my book.

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  • Jeremiah Stanley

    Ten slides and the summary is: Japanese sport bikes with fairings are expensive to insure.