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As we all know to our cost, car insurance does not come cheap regardless if you are a young first time driver, or a more experienced driver with years of no claims bonuses against your name. Car insurance is more than ever, the most major consideration when purchasing a new car.
In years gone by we would purchase a car and then insure it before finding out how much it was going to cost us, but these days most people will find out the cost to insure a certain model, or make of a car before they even start looking for one.
Shopping around for the best insurance deal is a great way to save money on your premium, but having even a small amount of knowledge about which are the cheaper cars to insure, will without doubt help to keep your premiums down.
Using the following list of cars, which are some of the cheapest cars to insure in the UK, is your best chance of saving some serious money on your car insurance. Our list has been selected based on cars that will fall inside the lowest car insurance groupings.
Dacia Sandero 1.2
The Dacia Sandero has become well known for being the cheapest car to buy in the UK, but with its large boot, practical interior, its low running cost, and the fact that is cheap to insure, makes this an ideal choice if you are looking for a car just to get you from A to B.
Hyundai i10 1.0
The i10 comes in a small package, but it will make you think that you are driving a much bigger car. This makes an ideal run aorund car with the added advantage that it falls in group 1 for insurance.
Love them or loath them the full size corsa supermini falls into a group 2 insurance band. With its decent sized interior the corsa would suite any small sized family.
The Volkswagen Up is a small car, but with a deceptive roomy interior that would easily fit a small family. With its compact size and tight turning circle capabilities the Up is ideal for use in the City. Best of all its falls within insurance group 1.
The Citigo is another car that is ideal for city driving, but also has the comfort required for longer open road journeys on most roads, including motorways. Although the entry level Citigo is fairly basic you can choose to have additional options included, and it should still fall within group 1 for insurance purposes.
Although we have given you a list of cars to choose from when trying to save on your insurance costs, this list is by no means complete. Whilst trying to find a vehicle that is cheap to insure you also need to take into account what you, and your families needs are from a car.