Ford Edge insurance group & cost

Find out how much it could cost you to insure your Ford Edge, and what you can do to keep your premiums down.

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The Ford Edge has been in production in the US since 2006, but first came to the UK in 2016. Only in its second generation, this SUV is expected to have a facelift in 2019, so it’s likely to become more popular.

Ford Focus insurance groups and average cost by driver’s age

Model / Version Group (1-50) 20yrs 30yrs 40yrs 50yrs Get quote
2.0 TDCi (180bhp) Zetec 5d 25 £1,496 £868 £761 £614 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (180bhp) Sport (Lux Pack) 5d 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (180bhp) Sport 5d 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (180bhp) Titanium (Lux Pack) 5d 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (180bhp) Titanium 5d 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
ST-Line (Lux Pack) 2.0 TDCi 180PS AWD 5d 27 £1,541 £894 £783 £632 Get Quote
ST-Line 2.0 TDCi 180PS AWD 5d 27 £1,541 £894 £783 £632 Get Quote
Vignale 2.0 TDCi 180PS AWD 5d 30 £1,562 £906 £794 £641 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Sport (Lux Pack) 5d Powershift 30 £1,562 £906 £794 £641 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Sport 5d Powershift 30 £1,562 £906 £794 £641 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Titanium (Lux Pack) 5d Powershift 30 £1,562 £906 £794 £641 Get Quote
2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Titanium 5d 30 £1,562 £906 £794 £641 Get Quote
ST-Line (Lux Pack) 2.0 TDCi 210PS AWD PowerShift auto 5d 31 £1,557 £903 £792 £639 Get Quote
ST-Line 2.0 TDCi 210PS AWD PowerShift auto 5d 31 £1,557 £903 £792 £639 Get Quote
Vignale 2.0 TDCi 210PS AWD PowerShift auto 5d 34 £1,554 £902 £790 £638 Get Quote
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Example Ford Edge insurance cost

To provide you with an idea of how much it could cost you to insure your Ford Edge, we ran several quotes from a selection of insurance providers to find an example figure. In our scenario, a comprehensive policy paid for with monthly instalments was £86.06, or an annual sum of £935.29, on average. We used the following scenario in our enquiries:

  • The car is a 2018 model
  • The driver is a 30-year-old teacher from London
  • Manual transmission
  • Diesel
  • 10,000 mileage per year
  • Factory fitted Thatcham approved alarm system
  • Used for social, domestic and commuting purposes
  • The car is not modified
  • The car is parked in a car park during the day
  • The car is parked on a driveway at night
  • Five years no claims discount
  • No driving or other convictions for the past 5 years

Which factors affect my Ford Edge insurance rate?

There are a number of factors that could affect your insurance rate. Some of them include:

  • Your age, marital status, job and where you live
  • The model and age of your car
  • Your car’s safety rating, security and any anti-theft precautions
  • Annual mileage
  • Your car usage
  • The size of your car’s engine
  • No claims discount

How can I save on my Ford Edge premiums?

Insurance is a must, but that doesn’t mean you should pay through the nose for it. For affordable premiums, we’ve devised a list of tips for you to try.

  • Pay annually rather than monthly. By paying annually, you could save an average of £97.43 a year.
  • Make yourself a secure investment. The more you appeal to your provider, the more likely it is that they will reward you with lower premiums. You can achieve this by keeping a clean history of no claims and a good credit rating.
  • Be economical about your car usage. The less you use your car, the lower your mileage will be. The lower your mileage is, the lower your premiums may become. Simple!
  • Don’t just accept your renewal quote. The renewal quote that you’re given isn’t always the best option out there. When it’s time for renewal, make sure you shop around before you commit.
  • Install extra safety precautions. Providers don’t like to insure risks. By investing in some extra safety and security measures, you may find your premiums lower.
  • Avoid driving convictions. Convictions of any kind will increase the cost of your premiums.

Ford Edge facts

  • You can zoom from 0-60mph in under 10 seconds, and it has a fuel economy of 47mpg.
  • The first generation of the Ford Edge was based on various cars, such as the Ford Fusion, the Ford CD3 and the Mazda CX-9.
  • The Ford Edge was voted one of the ‘Best Cars for Families’ in 2007 by AAA and Parents Magazine.

How safe is Ford Edge?

When tested by Euro NCAP in 2016, the Ford Edge was awarded a 5/5 safety rating. It scored an impressive 85% for its adult occupant safety and 76% for its child occupant safety, as well as its safety features meriting a score of 89% for its safety assist functions.

As standard, the Ford Edge comes with many safety features in addition to the basics such as seat belt reminders and airbags. The AEB Pedestrian aims to reduce your speed and limit the risk to pedestrians, if a collision is about to occur. It can recognise an unexpected obstacle in front of you, and brake on your behalf.

The AEB City and AEB Inter-urban work to prevent low speed and rear-ending collisions by monitoring the distance between your car and the vehicle in front, braking on your behalf when the distance becomes too short and you’re about to crash.

The safer that you can make your vehicle, the lower your premiums are likely to be. You can add some extra safety measures – for details about optional extras, visit the Ford website or contact a Ford dealership.

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