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Who are Alfa Romeo?
With a long and rich history dating back to 1911, pre-war Alfa Romeo became famous for their elite racing cars and classy tourers.
Today, the company is owned by the Fiat and Chrysler Automobiles Group (FCA), and they continue to maintain their reputation for excellent build quality and state-of-the-art engineering.
There’s a cute and sporty entry level Mito, the uniquely styled Giulietta, and for motoring enthusiasts looking at top end models, the 4C with stunning looks and a top speed of 160mph is proving popular.
Frequently asked questions
How much does an Alfa Romeo cost to insure?
When calculating the cost of insurance premiums, cars are put into car insurance groups ranging from 1 to 50, depending on their value, power and repair costs.
Each Alfa Romeo model has many different versions, and this is reflected in the range of insurance groups they fall into. For example, you can find versions of the Mito in groups 8 to 28, while the Giulietta can be found in groups 15 up to 33. Interestingly, the Spider which falls into groups 28 to 37, has the cheapest average premium at just £231.00**.
The cost of your Alfa Romeo premium will also factor in your age, driving experience, where you live, and even your job title.
However, to give you an overview of average premium prices, we’ve put together a table of the most popular Alfa Romeo models based on enquires on our site between 1 October 2019 and 1 January 2020.
|Mito cloverleaf multiair (170)||£768.35|
|147 turismo JTD (115)||£623.19|
|Giulietta sprint speciale Tb multiair150||£258.85|
|Giulia quadrifoglio bi-turbo||£3,387.84|
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 October 2019 to 1 January 2020. The average is based on all variations of the vehicle model and uses risk data from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.
Can I cut the cost of my Alfa Romeo car insurance?
It certainly pays to shop around and consider a range of policies to help save money on your car insurance. Depending on the age and model of your Alfa Romeo, you may decide to go with a specialist classic car or sports car insurance provider. Or you may find a good policy that suits you with a mainstream provider. We can help you sift through the maze and find the right policy to suit you and your Alfa Romeo.
You may also be able to cut down your premium costs by:
- keeping your Alfa Romeo parked overnight in a secure place
- installing an industry-approved alarm or immobiliser
- avoiding any modifications to your Alfa Romeo
- limiting your annual mileage.
If you’re a younger owner, you’ll most likely find that insurance costs for an Alfa Romeo are particularly high, so check out our top tips for cheap car insurance for more ways to help reduce your premium.
Where can I find Alfa Romeo car insurance?
You can save time and money by comparing car insurance with us now.
Once we have your details and that of your car, we can provide quotes from a panel of from a wide range of trusted car insurance providers so you can find the right policy to suit your needs.
And if you want to see how Alfa Romeo compares to similar motoring brands, check out our car manufacturers for a comprehensive list of car marques.