How much does it typically cost to insure a Lamborghini?
Inevitably, even ‘basic’ Lamborghinis are Group 20, with the Aventador slotting in to Group 50, so they’re not cheap to insure. The carbon-fibre chassis and bodywork costs serious money to replace if you have an accident and, considering the speeds this car is capable of, that is always a possibility.
If you are under 25 then it’s going to be an uphill struggle to insure the car at all, but there are insurers who will take on this kind of risk. Everything is possible, if your pockets are deep enough. Voluntarily accept some restrictions, too, and you can do a lot to reduce the price of your premiums and take the sting out of this tale.
Other factors include secure parking, an effective and approved tracker and more. Lamborghinis are a dream car for all of us, unfortunately that includes car thieves. So if an Aventador Roadster is parked on the street then it becomes seriously attractive to organised criminals who could ship it out of the country. If it is kept in a secure garage with a tracker fitted, your insurance providers will sleep better at night and you’ll get a better price.
The older cars have depreciated to the extent that they can almost be classed as affordable and the insurance policies reflect that. The average quote on a Gallardo, is now £2,841.42.
Even with the older cars, though, there are serious surprises. The Countach is a bone fide classic that often changes hands for more than £300,000, but the average quote is just £519.03, perhaps due to voluntary restrictions on the quotes in question.
Our average premiums 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 personal circumstances.