Who are Hyundai?
South Korea’s leading car manufacturers began life as a small repair shop back in 1947. Twenty years later, the Hyundai Motor Company was established. Their very first car, the Pony, went into production in 1974.
Today’s vehicles include the stylish and practical ‘i’ range, ranging from the small city hatchbacks, the i10 and i20, to the larger i30 Tourer and sleek i40 Saloon.
The newly revived SUV Hyundai Tucson offers a refined drive and reasonable running costs, making it a worthy rival for the Nissan Qashqai and Mazda CX-5.
Frequently asked questions
How much does it cost to insure Hyundai cars?
As with all makes and models, Hyundai insurance costs will factor in your age, driving experience and even where you live. The cost of your policy will also depend on which insurance group your Hyundai falls into.
Generally speaking, the lower the group number, the cheaper your car insurance should be. However, this isn’t always the case. For example, our data from 1 March 2020 to 1 June 2020 shows that the average premium for a Santa Fe in groups 18 to 30, stands at £415.68**, whereas the average for an i10 in groups 1 to 7 is £441.19**.
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
- Hyundai Tucson CDX: average premium £815.07 per year
- Hyundai iX35: average premium £460.55 per year
- Hyundai i40: average premium £511.24 per year
- Hyundai i20: average premium £533.40 per year
- Hyundai i30 Classic: average premium £513.07 per year
- Hyundai Coupe: average premium £956.66 per year
Hyundai’s popular electric car, the Ioniq EV Premium SE, costs nothing to tax and insurance averages out at a very reasonable £500.60**.
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 March 2020 to 1 June 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 Hyundai insurance?
With running costs for young drivers on the rise, even a Hyundai could be expensive to insure for drivers under 25.
Luckily there are ways that could reduce your insurance premium. These include:
- taking out a telematics policy
- including an older, more experienced person as a named driver on your policy
- limiting your annual mileage
- building up a good no claims discount
For more ways that could help cut the cost of your premium, check out our tips for cheap car insurance.
Where can I find Hyundai car insurance?
Whether you’re looking for a cheaper quote for your Hyundai, or you’re buying a Hyundai and you want to find out how car insurance quotes compare, comparing with us is easy.
Once we have your details, we’ll send you quotes from a wide range of trusted insurance providers, so you can find the right deal for you and your Hyundai.
And if you want to compare Hyundai car insurance with other brands, check out our car manufacturers hub to get an overview of average premiums for different makes and models.