Everyone wants to cut the cost of car insurance. Specially for 17 to 18 years old young drivers it’s difficult to get the cheap insurance. However there are small engines cars available in market today that you can get insurance on affordable prices and you could save over £1,000 on car insurance.
For young drivers it is better to get new car instead of used one. New cars are most likely to get on low lease rates and better security and safety systems reduce the chance of theft and accident.
Here are the top cars that you can get on cheap insurance.
1) Volkswagen Up
VW Up is very cool car for young drivers. It is not only cheap to run car is also returning emission of 67.2mpg.
2) Seat Mii
Seat Mii is an excellent small car packed with style and sophistication. Seat Mii taking the design concept of VW Polo, Seat Ibiza and Leon.
3) Skoda Citigo
Skoda Citigo is one of the best city cars around, is economical and well built car. Its 1.0 litre engine offers smooth driving.
4) Ford KA
Ford KA is cool stylist three door car is a cheapest car to insure for new driver according to confused.com. Its a ideal choice for 17 and 18 year new drivers with an average premium of £1,651.
5) Citroen C1
The new Citroen C1 comes in plenty of personalisation options with addition of top air roof that you can get on 1.0 lire engine car. The average premium of £2,292.12.
Super cool British built Mini costs of £2,268.85 a year.
7) Nissan Micra
Nissan Micra is tiny making easy to park and manoeuvre and its perfect for around town.
8) Peugeot 206 and 106
Peugeot 206 and 106, both are small hatchback cars costs around £2,500 year.
9) Toyota Yaris
Toyota Yaris is one of the most successful model of Toyota range. Its a safe, secure and reliable car costs of around £2,600 a year. Available in range of engine but go ahead with small engine car for low insurance.
10) Renault Clio
Renault Clio is quite good car for new drivers, it has five Euro NCAP stars, it costs around £2,500 a year.
For new drivers its ideal to go for small engine car as it’s easy to manoeuvre, low insurance, new tech safety systems.
Here are some tips for Young Drivers
- For young drivers ideal to drive small engine car and do not choose over 1.4 litre engine.
- Do not get cars with more than five seats
- Dark tinted windows
- Non-standard modifications including over-sized alloys, or modifications to the engine or bodywork
- Avoid Hot hatches or sport editions, convertibles or cabriolets, or cars more than 20 years old