Car insurance group 43

Find out the average cost of insurance for a car in insurance group 43 based on the model version, the driver's age and their location.

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What is insurance group 43?

Every car you see on the road has been assigned an insurance group from 1 to 50. These groups are to help insurers offer a reasonable car insurance quote. Vehicles in group 1 are the cheapest to insure, while those in group 50 are the most expensive.

Insurance group 43 cars are therefore among the more expensive vehicles to insure.

However, these groups aren’t the only factor that insurers consider when offering you a car insurance quote. They also take into account your personal circumstances, such as your age and location, so it’s always important to compare policies to find one that works for you.

Car makes and models in insurance group 43

There are several popular cars in insurance group 43. These are all likely to cost a fair bit above average when it comes to your car insurance premium.

Insurance groupCar make/modelDetails
43Audi TT RoadsterThe Audi TT is powered by a strong 2-litre 4-cylinder engine that holds a stunning and luxurious cabin. It offers remarkable handling and has great fuel economy compared to its rival cars.
43BMW X6The BMW X6 can be powered by either a strong 3-litre 6-cylinder or 4.4-litre V8, capable of reaching speeds up to 210kph
43Jaguar F-Type CoupeThe Jaguar F-Type can be powered by three different types of engine. It is capable of going 0-60mph in just 3.5 seconds.
43Jeep Grand CherokeeThis large and sturdy jeep can be powered by four different types of engine. It’s capable of going 0-60mph in 5 seconds flat.
43Range Rover SportThis large and powerful SUV makes for an excellent off-roader choice. It also received a full 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.
43Mercedes C-Class CabrioletThis large family car can be equipped with three different types of engines. Safety features include speed assistance and active bonnet.
43Mitsubishi Shogan Sport SUVThe Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is a large SUV that is powered by a turbocharged 2.4-litre 4-cylinder diesel. Safety equipment includes electronic stability control, traction control, and ISOFIX child-seat mounts.
43Volvo S60 SaloonThe Volvo S60 is a 4-door saloon that is loaded with tech and offers a super smooth drive. It is powered by a strong 2-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

Cars in insurance group 43 and the average cost by driver’s age

Using the table below, you can look for your chosen make and model of car, and calculate how much it will cost to insure based on your age.

Make Model / Version Group (1-50) 20yrs 30yrs 40yrs 50yrs Get quote
Audi A5 45 TFSI 265 Quattro Vorsprung S Tronic 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi A6 45 TFSI 265 Quattro Vorsprung 4dr S Tronic 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi A7 45 TFSI 265 Quattro Sport S Tronic [C+S] 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi A8 2.0 TFSI Hybrid (14-) 4d Tip Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi Q3 2.5T FSI Quattro Performance 5d S Tronic 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi Q5 Vorsprung 50 TFSI e 299PS Quattto S Tronic auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Audi Q7 Black Edition 3.0 TDI 272PS Quattro Tiptronic auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW 3 Series 335d xDrive Luxury (Business Media) 5d Step Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW Z4 35is sDrive (Nav) 2d DCT 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW 4 Series M4 Competition (Ultimate Package) M Double Clutch Transmission auto 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW 5 Series 530e M Sport Edition 4dr Auto 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW X4 xDrive35d M Sport 5d Step Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW X5 xDrive40d SE 5d Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
BMW X6 xDrive40d SE 5d Step Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Jaguar XF First Edition 30d 3.0 V6 300PS Twin Turbo Diesel auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Jaguar F Pace 3.0 V6 Supercharged 340PS (03/17 on) 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Jeep Cherokee 3.0 CRD Summit 5d Auto 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Land Rover Discovery 3.0 SD6 HSE Luxury Auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Range Rover Evoque Autobiography 2.0 Si4 (290hp) auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Lotus Elise 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Lexus RX 450h Takumi E-Four auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Mercedes Benz C class C 300 de EQ Power Sport Edition 9G-Tronic Plus auto 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Mercedes Benz E class E 400 d 4Matic AMG Line Edition 9G-Tronic Plus auto 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Mercedes Benz V class V 300 d Horizon Sport Long 9G-Tronic Plus auto 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Mercedes Benz GLC class GLC 300 e 4Matic AMG Line Premium 9G-Tronic Plus auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Mitsubishi Shogun 3 Diesel 4WD auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
PGO 2.0 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Subaru WRX 2.5i Type UK Final Edition 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Porsche Boxster 3.4 S 2d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Porsche Cayenne 3.0D Platinum Edition Diesel 5d Tiptronic S 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Porsche Cayenne 3.6 Platinum Edition 5d Tiptronic S 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Porsche Macan S PDK auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Volkswagen Toureg Black Edition 3.0 V6 TDI SCR 286PS 4Motion Tiptronic auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Volvo V60 Polestar Engineered Recharge T8 Plug-in hybrid AWD auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Volvo XC60 Inscription Pro Recharge T8 Plug-in hybrid AWD auto 5d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Volvo XC90 2.0 T8 Hybrid Inscription 5d Geartronic 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote
Volvo S60 Polestar Engineered Recharge T8 Plug-in hybrid AWD auto 4d 43 £1,861 £1,080 £946 £764 Get Quote

Why are cars in group 43 more expensive to insure?

Cars in insurance group 43 usually:

  • Have a high market value
  • Have large powerful engines
  • Are expensive to source parts and make repairs
  • Have longer repair times

What other factors affect your car insurance premium?

Along with your car’s insurance group, these three factors have the biggest impact on the cost of your insurance:

  • Engine type and capacity. The bigger your engine, the more you’re likely to pay for insurance. That’s because larger engines cost more to repair or replace.
  • Driver location. Insurers factor in the likelihood of you making a claim, based on how many claims have previously been made in your home city. Your premium could rise sharply if you live in an area where a lot of claims have been made. As an example, a 30-year-old in central London will pay £1,250 for insurance for a Jeep Cherokee 3.0 CRD Summit 5d Auto, while the same 30-year-old in Newcastle may only pay £1,080.
  • Driver age. Like location, your age will play a huge role in determining the cost of your insurance premium. Insurers will determine the likelihood of someone your age making a claim, based on previous claims data. The average 20-year-old driver in London could pay £2,175 for the Lotus Elise 2d, while the average 40-year-old Londoner will only pay £1,139.

On top of these, there are many other factors that can also impact the price of your premium. These include the following:

  • Your marital status
  • Your credit history and job
  • Your car’s safety rating, security and anti-theft precautions
  • The model and age of your car
  • Your driving activity
  • Your driving history, including your no-claim discount

How can I save on my car insurance premium?

Choose a car in a low car insurance group. Thankfully, there are some other things you can do to lower the cost of your car insurance, and we’ve listed them below:

  • Drive safely. For every year you don’t make a claim, another year will be added to your no-claim discount. However, if you do claim or pick up a driving conviction, your premium will rocket.
  • Don’t use your car all of the time. You could save money on your insurance by reducing the number of miles you drive per year in your car. Insurers will ask for your annual mileage whenever you apply for car insurance, and you may pay less if you give them a lower figure. Don’t drive more than the amount of miles you state though, as this could invalidate your policy.
  • Pay annually. By paying annually, you avoid having to pay interest on monthly instalments.
  • Install extra safety precautions. When you add extra safety features, your premium will usually drop. As such, these features can end up paying for themselves over time.
  • Shop around. When it’s time to renew your car insurance, make sure you compare your options. You’ll often be able to save money by switching to a different insurer.

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