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. But average premiums for the most popular Volvo models are below the latest quarterly average of £766* for all car makes and motorist age groups.
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
Volvo XC90: average premium £610.60 per year
Volvo XC60: average premium £452 06. per year
Volvo XC40: average premium £524.06 per year
Volvo V90: average premium £522.74 per year
Volvo V60: average premium £450.12. per year
Volvo V40: average premium £523.65 per year
Volvo S90: average premium £625.94 per year
Volvo S60: average premium £609.84 per year
*Based on our Premium Drivers Report, June 2018.
**All average price amounts based on Compare the Market data in September 2018. These averages are based on all our customer quotes, from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.