Find a competitive price for your Ford’s car insurance when you compare quotes from over 100 car insurance providers. Quote Goat helps thousands of customers each year to compare insurance quotes from car insurance to life, home and travel. Visit the quote form to start your quote.
What information do you need to get a quote?
To get an accurate quote you will need to provide:
- Personal details including your name, age, address
- Vehicle details: if you know the registration plate of your Ford, your vehicle details will be pre-populated. If you do not know the registration you can still arrange a quote by searching for the model of your Ford.
- Driving history: information including any no claims bonus, how long you have held your license and details of any claims, accidents or driving offences.
Can you provide insurance quotes for all types of Ford?
You can compare insurance for all Ford car models using the form found via this page, including the Ford Mondeo, Ka, Escort, Focus, Kuga, Mustang & Galaxy as well as all types of car from Ford classic cars to the newest models. If you are looking for Ford insurance to cover a van, e.g. the poplar Ford Transit, you will need to visit our van insurance page.
What is the cheapest Ford to insure?
Generally speaking, you will find that Ford’s with a lower insurance group are cheaper to insure. Every car is designated an insurance group and you can find which group your Ford is in by searching online.
Lower Insurance Groups: There are a number of Ford’s that are particularly popular with young drivers as they are relatively affordable, offering great value for money. The Fiesta is a staple among younger drivers and this in part is helped with the Fiesta being in the 2-16 insurance group – models with larger engines will be in higher groups. Equally, the Ford Ka has an insurance group of 1 – 10.
Higher Insurance Groups: At the other end of the scale you have the Ford Mustang which has an insurance group of between 41 and 48.
Ways To Lower The Cost Of Insuring Your Ford
As well paying attention to the insurance group of your vehicle there are other elements to bear in mind if you aim to keep your insurance to a minimum:
- Black box: you may want to consider choosing an insurance policy that uses telematics technology to monitor your driving ability & usage. These policies can benefit safer drivers by rewarding them with reductions in the cost of their insurance. Typically a black box will either be installed by yourself by simply plugging it into the 12v point in your vehicle and fixing the box securely in a safe place, e.g. under the passenger’s seat, alternatively you may be asked to visit a garage to have it installed. Black boxes aren’t for everyone, with many people not wanting to be monitored. If you fit into this category you can also see insurance quotes without a black box in the results table.
- Where is the vehicle kept overnight: if you are able to keep your Ford in a safe place overnight, e.g. in a locked garage or a private driveway, you are likely to be able to save money on your insurance as vehicles kept off the road are deemed less of a risk.
- Pay annually vs monthly: if possible it is always cheaper to pay for your policy on a yearly basis as you are not paying interest. Monthly payments for your insurance are effectively a type of borrowing and you will therefore have to pay interest which can add as much as 20% on to the cost of your policy.