Who are Volvo?
Volvo have come a long way since 1927, when their first car, the ‘Jakob’ was built in Gothenburg, Sweden. Today, Volvo are owned by Chinese car maker Zhejiang Geely who bought the company from Ford in 2010.
Designing the first three-point seat belts back in 1959, Volvo have always been at the forefront of safety innovation. In more recent times they’ve introduced intelligent safety features such as ‘birds eye view’ parking cameras and lane keeping aids, as well as a probe to help cut emissions in petrol cars by 90%.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Volvo cost to insure?
Although various factors go into calculating car insurance, such as your age, driving experience and where you live, safety equipment is also considered. And, as you’d imagine, Volvo don’t fall short here, and lots of safety features are fitted as standard across the range. New models even feature an airbag under the bonnet to protect pedestrians in the event of a collision.
Volvo insurance groups range from 17 to 44 depending on the model, engine and age of the vehicle. Usually, you’d expect to pay more insurance for vehicles in higher groups.
Can I cut the cost of my Volvo insurance?
There are ways to help cut the cost of your premium even further such as:
- increasing your voluntary excess
- parking overnight in a secure place such as a private driveway.
- building up a good no claims discount
Check out our tips for cheap car insurance for more ways to help reduce the cost of your car insurance.
Where can I find Volvo insurance?
You’ll have the opportunity to tailor your quote to suit your needs and find the right policy for you at a price you’re happy with.
You can also compare Volvo insurance costs with other brands such as BMW and Volkswagen at our car manufacturers hub.
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