Alfa Romeo insurance rates

Compare and review insurance rates for a range of Alfa Romeo models.

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Alfa Romeo began in Italy in 1910 with the aim of establishing itself in international auto-racing. It’s still producing performance cars loved by sports car enthusiasts, as well as more mainstream cars for the less racy among us.

What insurance group is an Alfa Romeo?

The following Alfa Romeo models fall into these insurance groups:

Alfa Romeo Mito: Insurance groups 8 to 28.
Alfa Romeo 147: Insurance groups 24 to 33.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta: Insurance groups 15 to 33.
Alfa Romeo Spider: Insurance groups 28 to 37.

Average insurance cost of owning an Alfa Romeo?

The average annual cost of insurance for an Alfa Romeo ranges from £420 for the Alfa Romeo GTV, up to £1,450 for the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio.

The insurance on an Alfa Romeo will be affected by the insurer you choose, the specific model you have, your driving history and your personal details, such as where you live. When we used a scenario to get car insurance quotes for the most popular model, the Alfa Romeo Mito, these averaged around £430 a year. When compared with the quotes we got using the same scenario for other high-end makes such as Mercedes-Benz, the cost of an Alfa Romeo was much more reasonable.

From our list of Alfa Romeo car models, below, click on a model to find out the insurance cost in our scenario.

Alfa Romeo car models

Alfa Romeo facts

  • Alfa Romeo was founded in Milan in 1910 and prides itself on its many performance models.
  • Alfa Romeo cars are generally high-end, meaning you’ll likely want comprehensive insurance to protect your car fully.
  • The cost of insuring your Alfa Romeo will depend on a variety of factors including the level of cover you’re looking for, your driving history and your age.

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*51% of consumers could save £200. To get this figure, aggregator Seopa selected quotes from popular providers and others, weighting according to market share, and compared the cheapest with the cheapest on its system. Your savings will depend on your own circumstances.
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