Fiesta auto insurance review: Spanish language accessibility

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Editors’ take: Fiesta auto insurance could be a good fit for Spanish speakers interested in standard or nonstandard policies. Fiesta says it partners with more than 40 insurance companies, potentially allowing customers to compare a number of rates and coverage options. Fiesta is available in 11 states and might not work for those looking for a direct relationship with their insurer or extensive discounts and bundling opportunities.

Fiesta auto insurance at a glance

AvailabilityAvailable in 11 states
J.D. Power customer satisfaction ratingsNot listed
How to get an insurance quoteOnline, over the phone or via an agent
How to submit a claimThrough the insurance provider


  • Standard and nonstandard coverage options
  • Provides English- and Spanish-language versions of their site


  • Only available in some states
  • Not a direct insurer

What you need to know about Fiesta auto insurance

Founded in 1999, Fiesta is an insurance broker that works with more than 40 insurance carriers. As an insurance broker, Fiesta shops for auto insurance policies from multiple providers on behalf of its customers.

Along with auto insurance, customers can also access home, business, rental property, boat and motorcycle insurance via Fiesta, as well as income tax preparation services.

Standard and nonstandard coverage options

Fiesta connects drivers with standard and nonstandard auto insurance coverage options. Also known as high-risk policies, nonstandard policies can be an option for drivers finding it hard to get standard insurance because of …

  • A short, non-existent or less-than-perfect driving record
  • Being a first-time driver in the U.S.
  • Lapses or no history of coverage
  • Lack of credit history or low credit scores (in states that allow insurers to consider credit history)  

People who drive specialized vehicles like high-powered sports cars may also be candidates for nonstandard car insurance.

Emphasizes service for Spanish-language customers

Fiesta offers a Spanish-language version of its website and claims to help Spanish-speaking customers find affordable auto insurance with high-quality customer service.

Insurance offered by Fiesta

As an insurance broker, Fiesta can compare auto insurance rates from its partner insurers, helping to find customers the best coverage options and premiums among those options. Available auto coverage may vary by location.

Auto insurance discounts offered by Fiesta

Your car insurance discounts will come from your insurance provider, not Fiesta. But generally, several factors can affect which discounts you may qualify for, including your driving history, how long you’ve been driving, your age and organizations you belong to.

Fiesta auto insurance FAQs

Where is Fiesta auto insurance available?

Fiesta auto insurance services are available in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.

Is Fiesta auto insurance cheap?

As a broker, Fiesta doesn’t offer its own auto insurance coverage. But Fiesta claims it can help qualifying customers find auto insurance for as little as $1 per day.

Not sure if Fiesta auto insurance is right for you? Consider these alternatives.

  • SafeAuto: This insurance company provides nonstandard auto insurance for customers in many states.
  • Dairyland: Customers who have been deemed high-risk by insurance companies may be interested in the flexible payment options and availability of Dairyland.

About the author: Sarah Sidlow is a freelance writer and editor based near Detroit. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Georgetown University. Sarah’s work has appeared in Luxembourg’s national newspaper, Washington City Paper… Read more.