Car insurance group 7

Which make and model of car you drive can have an impact on how much you pay for your car insurance. Each car is assigned an insurance group, which is used by insurance providers to calculate their premiums. On average, the lower the group, the less you’ll pay for insurance.

Which make and model of car you drive can have an impact on how much you pay for your car insurance. Each car is assigned an insurance group, which is used by insurance providers to calculate their premiums. On average, the lower the group, the less you’ll pay for insurance.

Julie Daniels
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Last Updated 22 JULY 2022

Which cars are in car insurance group 7?

Cars in insurance group 7 are at the cheaper end when it comes to car insurance premiums. Of course, there are plenty of other factors that come into play, such as a driver’s age, history and habits, but insurance group 7 could be a good place to start if you’re keen to keep costs down.

Newer cars in group 7 include:

Make Model
Citroen C1  Airscape 1.0 VTi Feel 5d
Dacia Sandero Prestige 1.0 TCe 5dr CVT
Fiat 500X 1.6 E-torQ Pop 5d petrol
Fiat Panda 4X4 Twinair, 5dr, petrol
Ford Fiesta 1.1 Trend Navigation 5dr
Ford Tourneo Connect Zetec 1.5 TDCi 100PS Stop Start auto 5d
Kia Rio 1.0 T GDi 2 5dr petrol
MG Explore VTI-TECH 5d
Nissan Micra Visia dCi 90 5d diesel
Renault Captur 1.0 TCE 90 Play 5d
Volkswagen Polo Beats 1.6 TDI 80PS 5d

Who are group 7 cars most suitable for?

Group 7 cars are typically equipped with many safety features and have relatively low repair costs, making them an affordable option for young drivers wanting to keep their running costs down.

And while most cars in this group fall into the small hatchback category, you’ll also find family-friendly models too like the Ford Tourneo Connect, which offer cheaper insurance without compromising on space or style.

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