How much is Land Rover car insurance likely to cost?
As always it depends on your driving history and much more. If you want a second driver on the policy, then this can also have a major impact on the insurance premium.
Look out for modifications if you’re buying a used car, too. You might be delighted to have an Overfinch body kit on a second-hand Range Rover, but it could have serious implications when it comes to the cost and some insurers won’t cover you at all.
The Land Rover range covers a vast number of different models and values, too. The Freelander and Discovery are freely available for less than £1000, while the top end Range Rover V8 Autobiography has a showroom price of more than £100,000.
The Range Rover has an average quote of £818.62, but you should check carefully before you commit to buying and you should run a search if you’re worried about the cost of your premium. Even that model is a range within a range and costs which can vary wildly depending on the spec.
At the low-end of the Land Rover spectrum, a Freelander 110 costs an average of £480.53, while the Range Rover Sport’s average quote came in at £995.78.
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.