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Top 6 Cheapest Cars To Insure For Young Drivers

What is the Cheapest Car To Insure?

Our research shows that the Dacia Sandero is one of, if not the cheapest car to insure. It also has the added benefit of being the cheapest car to buy, some may think of it as a double saving!

Other cheap cars for insurance are:

Hyundai i10

with a 1 litre engine. This car sits in insurance group 1, placing it in the cheapest category to insure. The i10 is allegedly quieter and more comfortable than its city rivals. However keep in mind that the 1 litre version my feel a little sluggish on the motorway.

Volkswagen UP

is again in insurance group 1. A small car and the same size as a Fiat 500, but with more room inside. The UP is also economical with its fuel use and a good fun car to drive. On the downside it is slightly more expensive than competitors so you may need to be prepared to pay a bit more.

Vauxhall Corsa

is in the insurance group 2 category which still makes insurance very cheap. The Corsa is spacious inside comes with a reasonable price tag. There are other similar cars like the Polo that maintain their value slightly better which may be worth considering.

Renault Twingo

now on the third generation of models, which were extremely popular in Europe but have yet to take hold in the UK. Prices start at £9,500, which may help make this model win over the love of UK citizens! The engine is positioned at the back of this car, allowing the manufacturer to have the wheels at each corner. Note that there is no automatic version of this car.

Chevrolet Spark

with good safety features and a cheap price tag, this could make for great contender. Given its size, this is surely a popular choice for city drivers. The spark is the replacement for the Matiz which was a popular choice, even though certain car review programmes would say it is awful. Boot size is quite limited in the Spark at 170 litres, there are others in this category that offer substantially bigger boots.

Kia Rio

again it is an insurance category 1 car so certainly a contender for the “cheapest cars to insure” award! As well as a lot of room inside, you will also be comforted in the knowledge that is produces very low emissions. Spacious and stylish are words to describe this contender for the cheapest car to insure, however it is nowhere near as comfortable as a Ford Fiesta.

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