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Top five cheap-to-insure carsBack

210613 Volkswagen upTake a look at the best new cars to buy if low car insurance premiums are hot on your priority list this summer.

As Trusted Dealers, we’re always looking for a bargain, so we were pleased to discover that the Telegraph.co.uk is currently running a piece on the top five cheapest-to-insure cars.

With car insurance premiums at an all time high for many people, in particular those younger drivers who fall into the 17-25 year category, it pays to do some thorough homework before you decide on your next car.

Although the initial outlay of a car can seem quite reasonable, it is very important to consider the running costs of the car, so how much it will cost to actually keep the car on the road each year. This includes looking at the car’s miles per gallon as well as the cost to service it, replace parts and also to insure it. All of this will add a premium to the car and should be factored into its initial cost at the outset.

Looking into car insurance in more detail, there are lots of different factors besides age that can affect your car insurance premium to include where you live, your job, your driving history and where the car might be kept on a daily basis. But the one surefire way to reduce your premium is to choose a car with a low insurance group rating.

At Trusted Dealers, all of our new and used cars for sale list the insurance group rating in the particulars, so make sure you take a good look before you buy.

The cheapest cars to insure will be in the group one or two ratings, but will more than likely provide little in the way of performance or equipment. Pay for a higher spec version and you’ll get more for your money as well as a rise in your car insurance premium – the choice is yours.

Take a look at the top five most appealing new cars according to the Telegraph, available to buy today with low car insurance premiums:

1. Seat Mii/Skoda Citigo/Volkswagen Up (1.0 59bhp models)

Price range: Mii: £7,925-£10,195/Citigo: £7,990-£10,290/Up: £8,185-£10,070

Insurance group: 1E

 

2. Dacia Sandero 1.2 16V 75

Price range: £5,995-£7,995

Insurance group: 2E

 

3. Vauxhall Corsa 1.0i 12V

Price range: £9,495-£12,565

Insurance group: 1E/2E

 

4. Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i

Price range: £8,535-£9,990

Insurance group: 2E

 

5. Fiat Qubo 1.4 8V Active

Price: £11,950

Insurance group: 2E

 

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 21/06/2013