Vauxhall Vectra insurance group & costs
Find out how much it may cost you to insure your Vauxhall Vectra, and what you can do to lower your premiums.
The Vauxhall Vectra was first introduced to roads in 1988, and finished production in 2008 after three different generations. There has been a steady decline in popularity due to the end of the model’s production, with only 186,771 being sold in 2016. However, that doesn’t make them a rare sight on UK roads.
Keep reading to see how much insuring a Vauxhall Vectra would cost you.
Vauxhall Vectra insurance cost by driver’s age
Average Vauxhall Vectra insurance rates
To provide you with an indication about how much it could cost you to insure your Vauxhall Vectra, we ran several quotes in order to find an average figure. Our results estimated that, on average, you could insure your Vectra with comprehensive cover for monthly installments of £66.60, or an annual cost of £736.08. For our enquiries, we used the following information:
- The car is a 2010 model
- The driver is a 30-year-old teacher from London
- Manual transmission
- 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 Vauxhall Vectra insurance rate?
Unfortunately, there are several factors that could influence the price of your premiums. They 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 driving history and activity
- The size of your car’s engine
- No claims discount
How can I save on my Vauxhall Vectra premiums?
There are actually a few tricks and tips that you could try in order to lower your premiums and save some money! These tips include:
- Pay annually rather than monthly. By paying annually, you could save an average of £63.12 a year!
- Make yourself a secure investment. If you maintain a clean history of no claims and a good credit rating, you may find yourself being given lower premiums by your provider.
- Be economical about your car usage. Getting the bus to work or walking to the shops may help you to lower your premiums by keeping your mileage low.
- Don’t just accept your renewal quote. When it’s time for renewal, make sure you look at different quotes before you accept your renewal quote.
- Install extra safety precautions. Providers don’t like risks, so the safer you can make your vehicle, the lower your premiums may become.
- Avoid driving convictions. Driving convictions are a sure way to increase your premiums.
Vauxhall Vectra facts
- The Vauxhall Vectra’s highest sales figure was in 2007, with almost 600,000 sales.
- The Vectra was known as the Vauxhall Cavalier for a period of time, before being renamed in the United Kingdom in 1995.
- You can zoom from 0 to 60 mph in under 12 seconds.
The Vauxhall Vectra is widely regarded as being a bit dull, if reliable. It’s not particularly affordable to insure either. Nevertheless, if you do decide you do want to drive this car, the tips in this guide will help you to keep your premiums lower.
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