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 Range Rover has an average insurance quote of £818.94, 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 Defender 110 costs an average of £567.12, while the Range Rover Sport’s average quote came in at £1,024.89*.
*Based on Compare the Market data from May 2018.