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We look at the 15 cheapest cars to insure in the UK.
With the new number plates now available, you might be thinking of paying a visit to your local car dealer. If so, we can tell you which cars are generally the cheapest to cover.
Insurers will usually focus on the following factors when they're deciding how to categorise a car: repair costs, price of the car, engine size and security features. Using these factors, cars are then split into 50 categories, with category one being the cheapest.
Now let's look at the 15 cheapest cars to insure. We'll start with five cars in the cheapest 'group one' section. Then we'll look at the 10 cars in group two. Within the groups, we'll order the cars alphabetically.
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I have a Chevrolet Matiz, the interior is very nice, and also don`t have to wind down the
front windows, both driver and passenger are electric; gives very good performance,
would definitely buy another; I know MSN have the Spark in their list, don`t tar all the cars
with the same brush .
2 years ago a certain insurance company put up our insurance from £235 fully comp to £670 the reason for this we had been hit, rear ended by another driver and therfore we had had an accident ?? what a crappy excuse so they went bye bye's were now with the AA for now.
like others there is now no point staying with the same insurer year after year as you get no loyalty discount, they just dont care anymore
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