You are the happy owner of a Vauxhall Antara?
Find out to which insurance group your beloved vehicle belongs to and make sure you get the best insurance deal out of it.
What car insurance group is my Vauxhall Antara Station Wagon 2007 ?
|Version||Insurance Group||Annual Road Tax||Average Insurance Premium|
|2.0 CDTi 16v E 5d||23||£300||£624,75|
|2.0 CDTi 16v E 5d Auto||23||£325 – £555||£624,75|
|2.4i 16v E 5d||22||£555||£618,56|
|2.0 CDTi 16v S 5d||23||£300||£624,75|
|2.0 CDTi 16v S 5d Auto||23||£325 – £555||£624,75|
|2.0 CDTi 16v SE 5d||24||£300||£631,00|
|2.0 CDTi 16v SE 5d Auto||24||£325 – £555||£631,00|
|2.2 CDTi (184bhp) SE Nav 5d||28||£235||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi (184bhp) SE Nav 5d Auto||28||£325||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi (184bhp) SE 5d||28||£235||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi (184bhp) SE 5d Auto||28||£325||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi (184bhp) SE Nav (Start Stop) 5d||28||£235 – £260||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi SE 5d||28||£235||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi SE 5d Auto||28||£325||£682,62|
|2.2 CDTi SE Nav 5d||25||£235 – £260||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi SE Nav 5d Auto||25||£325||£662,55|
|2.0 CDTi 16v Exclusiv 5d||23||£300||£624,75|
|2.0 CDTi 16v Exclusiv 5d Auto||23||£325||£624,75|
|2.2 CDTi Exclusiv (2WD) 5d||25||£235||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Exclusiv 5d||25||£235||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Exclusiv 5d Auto||25||£325||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Exclusiv (2WD) (Start Stop) 5d||25||£200 – £235||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Exclusiv [Start Stop) 5d||25||£235 – £260||£662,55|
|2.4i 16v Exclusiv 5d||20||£325||£606,38|
|2.2 CDTi Diamond (2WD) (Start Stop) 5d||25||£200 – £235||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Diamond (Start Stop) 5d||25||£235 – £260||£662,55|
|2.2 CDTi Diamond 5d Auto||25||£325||£662,55|
The average premium quotes are for a 45 years old driver with clean record driving an eco-car in West of England.
Yearly quotes mentioned above are only indicative and based on the average premium by insurance group. Prices can be easily multiplied by 2 or even by 3 whether you are a young or a convicted driver or if you live in London area for instance.
Whether you are looking for Vauxhall Antara insurance for 17 years old or for senior drivers, the best option is always to stop auto renewing and start comparing quotes.
What does car insurance group means exactly? What type of cars are in each group? What are the cheapest cars to insure? Get to know more on car insurance groups with our ultimate guide.
You didn’t find your car model in the list above? Find out everything you need to know about your car model with our car insurance group checker.
What are the cheapest cars to insure?
Remember the criteria that Thatcham Group uses to determine car insurance groups. The cheapest cars to insure will generally be those with:
- Smaller engines
- Low top speeds
- Limited 0-60 acceleration
- No modifications or high spec trim
- A low list price (it means the standard price for new car before dealer gives any discount).
All other things being equal, the cheapest insurance group is Group 1. While you may not find the specification you want among the very lowest insurance group cars, overall car insurance groups 1-20 will generally give you relatively low insurance rates. Once you start climbing above group 30, you’re going to be looking at comparatively steep premiums.
However, whether you are a learner driver or an experienced driver with a clean licence, the cheapest cars to insure will always be the same.
You will find below a list of most famous car trims famous to be getting cheap quotations from providers:
|Car manufacturer||Car band|
|Skoda||Skoda Citigo, Skoda Fabia|
|Volkswagen||Volkswagen Polo, Volkswagen Up|
|Ford||Ford Ka+, Ford Fiesta|
When you’re looking for a car, remember to check the exact model and specifications, because the detail really does matter if you want to get cheaper car insurance. For instance, the Hyundai i10 comes handily into Group 1 or 2 with the 1 litre engine, but the higher spec i10 Premium with a 1.2 litre engine pushes the insurance group up to 5.