It’s important to note that the “average” Alfa Romeo insurance cost isn't always a reliable benchmark to base your budget around. There are other factors that affect the cost of Alfa Romeo vehicle insurance such as the city/province you live in, your insurance history and your driving record.
Speeding tickets, at-fault accidents and a shorter insurance history could lead to higher rates. The city or town you live in will also have a large effect on the cost of insurance for your Alfa Romeo, depending on the number of claims or thefts that happen in your jurisdiction. Some of these factors are under your control, such as the amount of kilometres you plan to drive each year and whether you park in a garage, in a driveway or on the street.
How insurance is provided varies between provinces in Canada. There’s a private market where insurance is handled by multiple competing providers in Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. In other Canadian provinces, insurance is solely handled by the government. However, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba allow private insurance companies to offer optional extra insurance coverage.
All these factors mean it’s imperative to get multiple quotes to get an idea of the insurance cost for an Alfa Romeo.