Alfa Romeo Giulia insurance rates

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The Alfa Romeo Giulia is actually three cars, as Alfa Romeo has granted the ‘Giulia’ name to two models in the 1960s/1970s and another released in 2015. This information will be focused on the 2015 model, which was unveiled in June 2015 on the 105th anniversary of the company’s foundations and released onto European roads in 2017.

The Giulia has been a very popular model for Alfa – but if you’re looking to insure one, you probably already knew that. Keep reading to see what insuring a Giulia would look like.

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Average insurance premiums for an Alfa Romeo Giulia

Our research indicates that you can expect to pay on average £53.58/month, or a single lump-sum of £572.79 each year for a comprehensive policy. These numbers were calculated by aggregating quotes from a variety of well-known car insurance providers, using the following base information:

  • A 2018 model Alfa Romeo Giulia
  • Driver identified as a thirty-year-old teacher from Exeter, using the car for social and commuting reasons
  • An average of 10,000 miles per year
  • Good credit history
  • Car parked on a drive overnight, and in a car park during the day
  • Five years no claims discount

Which factors can affect my insurance rate?

There are a number of factors that can increase or decrease your insurance premiums. We’ve collated a number of factors below:

How can I save on my Alfa insurance?

  • Safety features. Investigate what safety features are available on your model. Insurance providers are more likely to offer better premiums if your car is more secure.
  • Parking. Similar to the safety features, if you can secure your car overnight or during the day – do! Premiums are likely to be lower if you can assure insurance providers that your car is parked securely.
  • Annual payments. If you are financially secure enough to do so, a single yearly insurance payment works out as uniformly cheaper than the total of twelve monthly payments. In terms of the Alfa Romeo Giulia, you could save upwards of £70.23.

Random facts about the Alfa Romeo Giulia

  • The Giulia came second in the 2017 Car of the Year Awards, beaten by the Peugeot 3008.
  • Autocar has asserted that the Giulia could seriously aid Alfa Romeo’s attempt to change its poor reputation for quality, comfort, and drive, describing the Giulia as having ‘much to be commended’.

How safe is the Alfa Romeo Giulia?

Safety is key, and in this respect, you can be very happy with the Alfa Romeo Giulia. The Euro NCAP test for the Giulia, in June 2016, returned a five-star result and an almost unprecedented 98% positive rating for driver safety. If you want even more clarification, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety granted the Giulia a Top Safety Pick award in October 2017.

In terms of safety features, the usual safety systems come as standard, including pedestrian detection technology, cruise control with speed limitation software, and a Continental MK C1 electronic brake system. Ask your insurer what extra safety and security features you can add in return for lower premiums.

*51% of consumers could save £257.97 on their Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next three cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from January 2021 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.
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