Hyundai Coupe insurance group

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The Hyundai Coupe is a reliable sports car. The South Korean manufacturer stopped producing this vehicle in 2008. In this guide, we will explore how to go about insuring this vehicle and the costs involved.

What insurance group does the Hyundai coupe fall under?

All vehicles on the road are assigned a specific insurance group before being made available to buy. These groups range from 1 (cheapest to insure) to 50 (most expensive) and insurers will use this group to determine suitable premiums for their customers. Hyundai Coupe models range from insurance group 16 to 28, meaning the car insurance costs could be slightly below average or slightly above average depending on the group it sits in.

As an example, a 30-year-old driver in an average postcode could pay around £791 for cover on a Hyundai coupe 1.6 S 3d that is in insurance group 16 or around £902 for a Hyundai coupe 2.7 V6 Yellow 3d that is in insurance group 28. Here, we can see a solid example of premium pricing when one car is in a much higher insurance group.

Model / Version Group (1-50) 20yrs 30yrs 40yrs 50yrs Get quote
2.7 V6 3d 28 £1,556 £902 £791 £638 Get Quote
2.7 V6 3d Auto 28 £1,556 £902 £791 £638 Get Quote
1.6 S 3d 16 £1,364 £791 £693 £560 Get Quote
2.0 SE 3d 20 £1,407 £816 £715 £577 Get Quote
2.0 SE 3d Auto 20 £1,407 £816 £715 £577 Get Quote
2.0 SE Yellow 3d 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote
2.0 SE Yellow 3d Auto 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote
2.0 Atlantic 3d 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote
2.7 V6 Yellow 3d 28 £1,556 £902 £791 £638 Get Quote
2.7 V6 Yellow 3d Auto 28 £1,556 £902 £791 £638 Get Quote
1.6 SIII 3d 16 £1,364 £791 £693 £560 Get Quote
2.0 SIII 3d 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote
2.0 SIII 3d Auto 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote
2.7 V6 SIII 3d 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
2.7 V6 SIII 3d Auto 26 £1,521 £882 £773 £624 Get Quote
2.0 TSIII 3d 23 £1,449 £841 £736 £594 Get Quote

    Hyundai Coupe insurance cost by location

    Your home address plays a key role in helping insurers determine how much money you’ll be charged for car insurance. To highlight this fact, here are some average quotes for a 30-year-old living in three different locations. The quotes are for a Hyundai Coupe 2.0 SE Yellow 3d.

    • Expensive: £978 (London SE1)
    • Average: £841 (Newcastle NE1)
    • Cheap: £647 (Galashiels TD1)

    Which factors affect my Hyundai Coupe insurance rate?

    Along with insurance group, there are a number of key factors that have the biggest impact on your insurance premium costs:

    • Engine type and capacity. In general, cars with larger engines will cost more to insure. For example, it may cost £948 for insurance for a Hyundai Coupe 1.6 SIII 3d, while a bigger engine may pay £1,033 for a Hyundai Coupe 2.7 V6 3d Auto. That’s a £85 difference for the same car with different engines.
    • Driver location. Insurers will use your home address to determine the likelihood of you making a claim on your insurance. Those living in a neighborhood where motorists are more likely to make a claim will pay more for their premiums. As an example, 30-year-old in central London may pay £1,033 for insurance for a Hyundai coupe 2.7 V6 Yellow 3d, while the same 30-year-old in Newcastle may only pay £902. That’s a £131 difference between living in London and Newcastle, because Londoners are more likely to claim on their car insurance.
    • Driver age. The youngest drivers are most likely to claim on their car insurance, and that’s why they are charged a lot more to insure their vehicles. The average 20-year-old driver in London may pay £1,702 for the Hyundai coupe 2.0 SIII 3d, while the average 40-year-old Londoner will only pay £891. This substantial difference between a 20-year-old and 40-year-old driver is likely to appear, whatever vehicle they are looking to insure.

    Other factors that influence the cost of your insurance include:

    • Your marital status
    • Your credit history and job
    • Your car’s safety rating score
    • The model of your car
    • The age of your car
    • Your car’s security and any extra anti-theft precautions
    • Annual miles driven
    • Your driving history and activity
    • No claims discount

    How can I save on my Hyundai Coupe premiums?

    Car insurance is a necessary legal requirement, but you shouldn’t let it clear out your bank account. It’s recommended to find the best deal for a price that’s within your budget every year. There are some actions you can take to lower the cost of your premium, and we’ve listed them below.

    • Limit your car usage (where possible). Occasionally deciding to walk or get public transport, rather than using your car, can help to save on your premiums.
    • Pay annually rather than monthly. While it may not be possible for everyone to part with such a large sum of money in one go, it’s usually worth doing so. Paying annually will allow you to avoid being charged interest on monthly premium payments.
    • Install extra safety precautions. By adding extra safety measures, you lower your risk of making a claim in the eyes of insurers. As such, you’re quite likely to lower your premium.
    • Don’t just accept your renewal quote. Although it might take a bit of time, make sure you shop around and don’t just settle for the renewal price given to you – there may be cheaper options out there!

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