11 of the Cheapest Cars to Insure in 2019
If you’re looking for cheap lease deals in 2019, you probably want to keep your overall costs of ownership down. Whether you’re a young driver, a new driver or you just want something simple, it makes sense to look at the cheapest cars to insure.
Fortunately, whether you’re looking at cars in insurance group 1 or 2, there are some fantastic cars to choose from. Just because it’s a cheap car to insure doesn’t mean that it’s poor quality!
There are some fantastic deals to be had for low insurance group cars and we’ve found some that are perfect for anyone, whether you’re a single driver or need a car for the family.
1. Ford Fiesta
The Fiesta has been the most popular car in Britain for some time now and it’s not hard to see why. It’s great fun to drive, economical and is full of the latest technology.
The 1.1-litre Fiesta in the Style trim also sits in insurance group 2, making it one of the cheapest cars to insure and a fantastic choice to lease.
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2. Kia Rio
The Rio is a smart and sensible supermini, with a choice of economical engines, a good-sized boot and plenty of room inside for your family.
It’s also one of the cheapest cars you can insure as the 76bhp 1.4-litre diesel Rio sits in insurance group 2.
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3. Vauxhall Corsa
A perennially popular car for young and old drivers, the Vauxhall Corsa is affordable, well-equipped and offers a smooth and comfortable ride.
The Corsa is often used by driving instructors due to the low insurance groups they occupy. If you choose to lease one of the least powerful Corsas, you’ll find that it occupies insurance group 3.
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4. SEAT Ibiza
The Ibiza offers something a little different from the more mainstream Fiesta and Corsa by adding some Spanish flair into the mix. Sporty and stylish, it’s everything a small hatchback should be and more.
For a car with such a sporty appearance, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was expensive to insure. In fact, the 1.0-litre S and SE versions are in insurance group 2, making them cheap cars to insure.
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5. Dacia Logan MCV
Who says you pay more money for a bigger car? Not Dacia. The only estate car on this list, the Logan MCV (Maximum Capacity Vehicle) gives you a huge boot, excellent fuel economy and space for all the family and their luggage.
What’s more, choose the 1.0-litre SCe petrol engine and you’ll benefit from group 2 insurance, making it the cheapest estate car to insure.
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6. Ford KA+
The new KA+ is based on the old Fiesta model, which means that it’s good to drive as well as being economical and surprisingly spacious for a car of its dimensions.
If you’re looking for a cheap car to insure, the 1.0-litre Studio trim with a 70PS-powered engine sits in insurance group 2.
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7. Renault Twingo
If there’s something that Renault does particularly well it’s smart and stylish small hatchbacks. Loads of fun to drive and a breeze to park, the Twingo is a hugely popular small car.
The 1.0-litre SCE Expression version sits in insurance group 2, so you can have fun driving without worrying about running costs.
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8. Fiat Panda
Often overlooked due to the success and unyielding popularity of the Fiat 500, the Panda is a superb car in its own right. Practical, spacious and really fun to drive, it’s the ideal car for those looking for a no-nonsense city car.
What makes it an even smarter choice, especially for new or young drivers is that both the 1.2 Pop & Lounge versions sit in insurance group 3, making them cheap to run.
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9. Hyundai i10
Ideal for first-time drivers, the Hyundai i10 is fun to drive and comes with a host of entertainment features, making it popular with young drivers.
Versions with the 1.0-litre engine also sit in insurance group 2, making it an extremely cheap car to insure.
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Historically a famous British marque, MG is back and producing reliable, affordable cars that are cheap to buy and run. The MG3 is stylish, roomy and an interesting alternative to cars like the Fiesta and Corsa.
Talking about it being cheap to run, nearly all versions of the MG3 sit in insurance group 4.
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11. Dacia Sandero
The Sandero is Dacia’s second appearance on this list, which shouldn’t be surprising given the fact that Dacia has carved a niche for itself by producing affordable cars, making themselves somewhat trendy in the process.
The Sandero is a budget supermini with five doors, plenty of space inside for the family and a large boot. It’s no-nonsense motoring at its finest and some of the versions sit in insurance group 3.
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Well there we have it, 11 of the cheapest cars to insure in 2019. If you’re looking to keep your motoring costs down, we have plenty of affordable lease deals for all of these models so make sure to check our deals or speak with one of our friendly advisors who will help you to find the right deal for you.
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