Citroen Insurance Rates

Compare and review insurance rates for a range of Citroen models

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Citroen is a French car manufacturer and is part of the PSA Peugeot Citroen Group. Citroen was founded in 1919 by Andre-Gustave Citroen and in the same year, they launched Europe’s first mass-produced car, which became a huge success.

Where can I find Citroen insurance?

You can get Citroen insurance from most insurers in the UK. If you’re looking to get a quote for your Citroen, you can compare a range of car insurance options here.

How much does Citroen car insurance cost?

The average cost of insurance for the Citroen C1 is £690 per year. However, the average insurance cost of owning a Citroen will be affected by the insurance provider you choose, your driving history, your location and a range of other factors. The model you choose will also be a deciding factor when it comes to the cost of your premium.

How can I save on Citroen car insurance

There are a number of things you can do to reduce the cost of your insurance, such as choosing a higher excess, selecting the right level of cover and building a no-claim bonus. Find out how you can save more on car insurance here.

What insurance group is Citroen?

This depends on the year and model type of your Citroen, but the following popular models generally fall into the insurance groups below:

Citroen C1: Insurance groups 7-13.
Citroen C2: Insurance groups 3-15.
Citroen C3: Insurance groups 8-20.

Key points

  • Citroen have won international and national level awards for their innovative car models, including three European Car of the Year Awards.
  • Citroen have won a range of different motorsports official championships, including the World Rally Championship, and the World Touring Car Championship.
  • Citroen made history in the advertising world, when they illuminated the Eiffel Tower with the name and logo in 1925.

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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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