The cost to insure a Land Rover will depend on the car insurance group that it’s been placed in. The higher the car insurance group, the higher your premium is likely to be. That’s why it’s always worth it to check which group your dream car is in before you buy!
Generally, most Land Rovers fall into groups within the mid-20s to 30s – which is a little higher than average.
Looking for specifics? Well, at the low-end of the Land Rover spectrum, a Defender 110 costs an average of £560.23, while the Range Rover Sport’s average quote came in at £1,030.29*.
Remember – the cost to insure your Land Rover will also depend on your personal circumstances as a driver. For example, where you live will play a role in calculating your car insurance premium for your Land Rover, and so will your age (younger drivers between the ages of 18 and 25 are considered ‘higher risk’ by insurance providers).
*Based on Compare the Market data from June 2018.