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Who are Skoda?
With a rich history dating back to 1895, Skoda began life as a bicycle manufacturer, moving into the car manufacturing market in 1945. Surviving two world wars and Soviet occupation, Skoda eventually became part of the Volkswagen Group in 1990.
The butt of jokes for many years, the Czech car manufacturers eventually began to shrug off their ‘out-dated’ reputation with the introduction of the first Octavia in 1997.
Today, after struggling to match the kudos of bigger named brands, Skoda are finally getting the respect they deserve. Their award-winning Kodiaq was named 2018 Autoexpress Large SUV of the Year, and Parker’s 2018 Best Seven Seater winner.
The Kodiaq offers spacious style and a smooth comfortable ride, rivalling the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Hyundai Santa Fe.
For those wanting an economical and practical city car, the Citigo offers great value for money.
And for those wanting a budget priced hatchback with capable 4x4 handling, consider the distinctive-looking Yeti.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Skoda cost to insure?
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
- Skoda Roomster: average premium £378.07 per year
- Skoda Yeti: average premium £355.94 per year
- Skoda Rapid: average premium £520.28 per year
- Skoda Citigo: average premium £555.92 per year
- Skoda Octavia: average premium £554.45 per year
- Skoda Superb: average premium £561.28 per year
- Skoda Fabia: average premium £665.29 per year
- Skoda Kodiaq: average premium £461.61 per year
The cost of your premium will also depend on your personal circumstances, such as your age, driving experience and where you live.
Insurance providers also take into account the insurance group of the model and insurance groups range from group 1 to group 50. Insurance groupings take into account a number of factors including car value, repair costs, parts prices, car performance, security and safety features.
The table below shows how insurance groups vary significantly for the same make of car, depending on the specific model and engine type:
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 December 2019 to 1 March 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 Skoda car insurance?
Although average premiums for a Skoda are very reasonable, there are still ways to potentially cut insurance costs even further, such as:
And younger drivers especially may benefit from more cost cutting advice with our top tips for cheap car insurance.
Where can I find cheap car insurance for a Skoda?
If you’re looking for a reliable, inexpensive, stylish car with cheap insurance, then a Skoda is hard to beat. Find out what you could save by comparing Skoda car insurance quote quotes with us today.
And if you’d like to see how Skoda compares with other car brands, check out our car manufacturers hub to get an overview of different makes and models.