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The best cars with low insurance

At ProSportsCars, we understand that every customer is looking for something different. One of our frequently asked questions is, “Which car is best for low insurance?”

Every car on the market belongs to one of 50 car insurance groups set by the Group Rating Panel (members of the Association of British Insurers and the Lloyd’s Market Association). Insurers can also use their own grouping system if they want. 

Typically, the lower a car’s insurance group number, the cheaper it will be to insure. This means cars in insurance group 1 are likely to be the cheapest cars to insure, while those in group 50 will be the most expensive. 

Insurance groups are decided based on a number of factors such as engine size, repair costs, costs of the parts, the value of the car, performance of the car and car security. 

We have picked a range of options for you to consider, each car has a different insurance group based on the registration plates. 

Fiat 500 (Insurance 9U)

Vauxhall Adam (Insurance 3E)

Citroen C1 (Insurance 7E)  

Vauxhall Corsa (Insurance 7E)    

Renault Clio (Insurance 8E)   

Car insurance for 17-year-olds and other young drivers can be expensive, but you can keep costs down by selecting a car in a low insurance groups like the ones shown above.  

If you’re a new driver over the age of 25, you’ll still be charged higher car insurance premiums on average as new drivers of any age are statistically more likely to be involved in an accident.  

Unfortunately, we do not include insurance in our quotes, but our friendly sales team will be happy to advise. If you can’t find the car you’re looking for we can source any car on the market exclusively for you at no extra cost.  

At ProSportsCars we offer £0 deposit, free delivery to mainland UK and no admin fees. 

If you’d like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact our sales team today.  

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