Jeep Patriot car insurance is on average about $164 a month. That works out to $1,968 a year in costs. According to your driving record, how many miles you drive each year and other factors, your real cost may be more or less than what you think it will be.
About the Jeep Patriot
After the last of the Jeep Patriot’s stock is used up in 2017, the car will be phased out. It has been on the market since 2007. The Patriot is going to be replaced by the second-generation Jeep Compass, which will be even better. Four-wheel drive and a strong interior make the small SUV a good choice for families on a budget. Jeep Patriots were sold in the North American market more than 876,000 times between 2014 and April this year.
Jeep Patriot money-saving safety features
These safety features may help you get a better deal on your car insurance.
- Anti-lock brakes
- Stability control
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Anti theft system
How safe is the Jeep Patriot?
Tests done by the NHTSA and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety have shown that the new Jeep Patriot model is very safe (IIHS). The NHTSA gave the Jeep Patriot a score of 3 out of 5 for safety. 3 out of 5 for both frontal and rollover crash tests 5 stars were given for side crash tests. A test by the IIHS found that the small overlap front crash test result was bad, but all of the other crash test results were good.
There were 43 Jeep Patriots stolen in 2013. How many Jeep Patriots were made that same year? That means that 1.21 percent of them were stolen.
How does the Jeep Patriot compare to other car models?
The Jeep Patriot’s insurance costs are in the middle of the pack of the 360 most expensive cars we’ve looked at.