Insuring the Fiat Punto
As with all other cars, the cost of insuring a Fiat depends on lots of different things. Some of these relate to the car itself while a number relate to you, the driver.
Among the factors that go into calculating the cost of your car insurance are the following:
- Your age
- How long you’ve been driving
- Where you live
- How many miles a year you will drive
- Your cars market value
- Which ‘insurance group’ the car belongs to
To get an actual quote for a Fiat Punto, Fiat 500, Fiat Panda or any of the other models this car manufacturer offers, you can use our comparison service. For a more general idea of whether a Punto is cheap to insure we can look at what insurance group the car belongs to.
The insurance group is a rating system devised by insurance bodies which gives all cars a group number between 1 and 50. Typically, group 1 means cheap, while group 50 will cost you much more. The rating takes into account a number of different things such including how powerful the car is, how cheap it is to repair, and the cost of spare parts.