As with all makes and models, Hyundai insurance costs will factor in your age, driving experience and even where you live. The cost of your policy will also depend on which insurance group your Hyundai falls into.
Generally speaking, the lower the group number, the cheaper your car insurance should be. However, this isn’t always the case. For example, our data for June 2018 shows that the average premium for a Santa Fe in groups 18 to 30, stands at £492.60*, whereas the average for an i10 in groups 1 to 7 is £506.42*.
According to our data, the average insurance costs* of these vehicles are:
- Hyundai Tucson: average premium £444.60 per year
- Hyundai iX35: average premium £450.21 per year
- Hyundai Santa Fe: average premium £492.60 per year
- Hyundai i10: average premium £506.42 per year
- Hyundai i40: average premium £520.87 per year
- Hyundai i20: average premium £521.07 per year
- Hyundai i30: average premium £525.58 per year
- Hyundai Coupe: average premium £781.05 per year
Hyundai’s popular electric car, the Ioniq EV Premium SE, costs nothing to tax and insurance averages out at a very reasonable £432,09*.
*All average price amounts based on Compare the Market data in June 2018. 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.