Compare Vauxhall Agila car insurance

What is a Vauxhall Agila?

The Vauxhall Agila shares DNA with the Suzuki Wagon R and Suzuki Splash, and fills a similar sweet spot within the city car niche. A compact but practical scaled-down SUV that’s equally at home on urban streets and motorways.

Launched in the late 1990s, the Agila has gone from strength to strength, holding its own in a changing market. Sitting somewhere between a supermini and a mini MPV, its small hatchback format and roomy interior have made it a hit with a wide range of customers. It’s equally capable as a small family car, urban runabout or handy second car.

The Agila racked up over 2 decades on the UK market before gracefully handing its crown over to the Vauxhall Viva in 2015. That means nowadays, you can pick up an Agila at a very good price, on the second-hand market.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Vauxhall Agila cost to insure?

You can expect this cost to vary quite a bit from person to person though, depending on your age, address, and no claims bonus.

Another thing that affects your costs is the car’s insurance group. There are 50 groups, with 1 being the cheapest and 50 the priciest to insure. The 2008 – 2013 Agila falls between groups 4–12, depending on which variant you get. That puts it towards the cheaper end of the scale.

Can I cut the cost of my Vauxhall Agila insurance?

The number one way to keep your insurance premiums low is to build up your no-claims bonus. You receive a no-claims bonus (also called a no-claims discount or NCD) each year you’re insured and don’t make a claim, so it indicates to providers that you’re a low risk.

If you don’t yet have a no-claims bonus, you could opt for a telematics policy, and be rewarded for good driving!

Where can I find Vauxhall Agila insurance

It couldn’t be easier to compare insurance for your Vauxhall. In just a few clicks, Compare the Market can find you car insurance quotes from a range of UK insurance providers. Then all you have to do is choose the one that’s right for you.