Who are Subaru?
Established in 1958, when their first car the Kei was designed to tackle the narrow streets of Tokyo, Japanese car manufacturers Subaru have grown to become a niche leader in the tough all-wheel drive and affordable sports car markets.
Following a successful history of rally racing, in 1992 Subaru launched the first Impreza. The Impreza still remains a firm favourite for Subaru fans, while the company’s main focus lies with AWD technology and the crossover SUV market.
The all-new XV, rated by EuroNCAP as the ‘safest small family car in Europe 2017’, offers a great all-round performance and is a firm favourite with families who want a reliable crossover with impressive AWD capabilities.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Subaru cost to insure?
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
- Subaru Impreza R: average premium £1,260.01 per year
- Subaru Legacy: average premium £787.49 per year
Staying true to their rally-racing roots, all Subaru cars undergo extensive crash-tests and safety checks. Their excellent safety rating has helped to influence insurance costs, and drivers looking for affordable insurance will be pleasantly surprised by low premium costs on the popular family models. On the other hand, the Impreza, considered a sports performance car, is popular with young drivers, so the average premium will be higher.
Like all cars, the cost of Subaru insurance is based on factors such as your age, driving history and the insurance group your Subaru falls into.
Insurance groups vary significantly depending on the specific model and engine size:
**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 Subaru car insurance?
There are some effective ways for younger drivers to help reduce insurance costs including:
- Telematics insurance
- Including an older, more experienced person as a named driver on your policy, but make sure they only drive your car occasionally or you could be guilty of fronting.
- Avoid adding modifications to your car.
- And drivers of all ages could help reduce their premium costs by:
- Building up a good no claims discount.
- Increasing your voluntary excess.
- Keeping your car parked overnight on a private driveway or in a garage.
Where can I find Subaru car insurance?
Right here. At Compare the Market we can check a wide range of trusted insurance providers and have a list of quotes ready for you in just a few minutes.
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If you’d like to see how Subaru compares to the competition, check out similar car marques at our car manufacturers hub.