What are the most popular models of electric car?
Whilst we cannot account for the whole market, we can provide statistics from our own data which can help give a guide. The following statistics are based on comparethemarket.com data in February 2016.
The most quoted model during this time was the Nissan Leaf which consumed 47.19% of all comparison enquiries, generating an average insurance premium of £398.24. This was followed by the Renault Zoe at 17.35% with an average premium of £446.38.
Some of the more expensive models from a car insurance prospective include the Tesla Model-S (£1,202.57), Chevrolet Volt (£1,021.98) and the Citroen C1 (£3,328.82).
Whilst on the other end of the scale, the Peugeot Ion averaged a premium of only £274.94. Other more affordable models include the Renault Twizy (£260.90) and the Volkswagen E-Up! (£233.72).
These averages are based on all our customer quotes, from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.