The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has compiled information for hundreds of passenger vehicles grouped by class and size under six insurance coverages: collision, property damage liability, comprehensive, personal injury protection liability, medical payment and bodily injury.
The information is presented in tables reflecting percentage and color coding to help consumers see which models have insurance losses that are better or worse than average. Since they are displayed by size and class, they also show how individual vehicles compare with similar models.
These insurance loss results generally are good predictors of the experience of current versions of the same vehicle models. However, when automakers substantially redesign their vehicles, the experience of an earlier model with the same name may not predict the experience of the newer design.
Read the article at IIHS.