Car insurance group 19

With any  car, it’s important to make sure you can afford the insurance, so look out for the  insurance group  it’s allocated to. There are 50 groups in all and your car will be in one of them, depending on how powerful and expensive it is.

With any  car, it’s important to make sure you can afford the insurance, so look out for the  insurance group  it’s allocated to. There are 50 groups in all and your car will be in one of them, depending on how powerful and expensive it is.

Julie Daniels
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Last Updated 26 OCTOBER 2022

Which cars are in car insurance group 19?

Insurance group numbers run from 1 to 50, with 1 generally the cheapest to insure. Cars in group 19 tend to have mid-range premiums, but there are plenty of other factors that come into play when it comes to calculating the cost of car insurance.

Which cars are in car insurance group 19?

There tend to be more older models in group 19 than there are new vehicles, so if you’re in the market for a used car there’s a larger choice. But if you want to be the first owner, then you can pick from most of the big marques – with the exception of a few that are really top end. Makes and models include the Volkswagen Golf, the Vauxhall Astra, the Nissan Qashqai, the Mini and an A-Class Mercedes Benz.

The actual insurance group your chosen vehicle will fit in will depend on the exact model and the features included as standard in that version at that level plus the trim. Safety features could help make it cheaper to insure, for example.

As well as the insurance group, providers will look at other factors when calculating the cost of car insurance. These include the driver’s age, address, job title, convictions, points and claims history.

Some of the newer models in Group 19 include:

Make Model
Audi A1 Citycarver 30 TFSI 108bhp, 5dr, petrol
BMW 1-Series Hatchback 118i Sport 134bhp, 5dr, petrol
Citroen C4 SpaceTourer MPV Feel PureTech (Stop and start) auto 129 bhp, 5dr, petrol
Honda Jazz Crosstar 1.5 Hybrid EX eCVT auto 107bhp, 5dr, hybrid
Jeep Compass SUV 1.4 Multiair S 2WD 138bhp, 5dr, petrol
Kia Sportage SUV 1.6T GDi ISG GT-Line Dual clutch 148bhp, 5dr, petrol
Mercedes-Benz A-Class Hatchback A 180 SE 134bhp, 5dr, petrol
Peugeot 308 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech 130 Allure Premium 129bhp, 5dr, petrol
Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.5 TSI e-TEC SE L DSG 147bhp, 5dr, petrol
Vauxhall Combo-e Life MPV 100kW SE XL Auto [7 Seat] 134bhp, 5dr, electric

Who are group 19 cars most suitable for?

Being a mid-range group, there’s something for everyone – from small run-arounds to larger MPVs. If you’re concerned about your carbon footprint, you can find electric and hybrid cars – though not always the latest models. If you want a car with a bit more comfort or luxury, you’ve got a good choice, particularly if you opt for something a couple of years old. Nor will you be paying a fortune for insurance as you would with the most expensive marques.

How can I check my car insurance group?

Use our handy car insurance group checker and find out which vehicles fall into group 19. You can also use the checker to see how different specifications for the same models could affect your premium.

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