These Are The Cheapest Cars To Insure In 2019
Car insurance is one of the most expensive aspects of owning a vehicle. With finding a reasonable premium feeling like a real challenge. But the best way to keep costs low is simply to invest in a car that’s affordable to insure. Here are the cheapest in 2019…
The Dacia Logan is one of those elusive cars that offers both genuine quality and indisputable affordability. Fitting up to five adults and offering plenty of boot space, it costs just £9,000. In addition, it fits comfortably into the Insurance Group 2. In other words, if you need a ‘big’ car but don’t have a big budget, the Dacia Logan is ideal.
For British motorists, MG isn’t the most familiar of car brands. But that could be about to change as the company goes on the marketing offensive. Its MG3 model looks decidedly sharp and modern. In addition, it’s fitted with some attractive tech and offers plenty of leg room for drivers and passengers. Being priced at around £8,500, and fitting into Insurance Group 4, it’s a sensible investment.
The Volkswagen Up! replaced the marques now retired ‘Fox’ model. For such a little, and affordable, car it’s really quite something. A pleasure to drive, it’s precisely what consumers want in a city car; agile, compact and comfortable. That it’s easy on the eyes, living up to the brand’s style, is just a bonus. It costs around £9,000 and it’s also cheap to insure; being in Insurance Group 1.
Skoda has gone from being regarded as a second-rate brand to one of the VW Group’s most cherished possessions. Its transformation isn’t just a product of marketing spin, either. Its models are consistently winning awards for their design and performance. In this respect, the Citigo is no different. Contemporary and easy on the wallet (it costs between £9,000 and £11,000), it also comes with two engine options and numerous trim levels. That it’s cheap to insure, being in Insurance Group 1, almost suggests it owners are spoilt.
Yes, it’s another Dacia. The Sandero is a staple of the supermini category. It’s been around since 2007, but has faced numerous updates and face-lifts. It’s built around practicality, coming with the likes of smartphone voice recognition, traffic information and rear-parking sensors. When you consider its price range of £7,000 – £9,000, that can only be regarded as generous. The Sandero comfortably fits in Insurance Group 2.
The Suzuki Celerio’s design and styling isn’t to everyone’s taste. But if you’re looking for something affordable, that shouldn’t be a priority anyway. Its cheapest versions start at around £8,000. But don’t let the price-tag fool you, this is a capable, five-door hatchback; ideal for budding families. If you’re willing to invest a little more, you can opt for trim levels complete with the likes of USB connectivity, Bluetooth and electronically adjusted wing mirrors. It sits in Insurance Group 7.
The Koreans know how to piece together a solid city car; the Hyundai i10 is proof. It’s hugely convenient for anyone having to traverse the urban maze. Compact, easy to drive and contemporary in its orientation. Despite reaching the roads in 2007, Hyundai have updated it consistently. It’s a bit more expensive than other options on this list, costing between £10,000 and £14,000, but it does fall into Insurance Group 1 making it cheap to insure.
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