When looking into buying or insuring a Renault van, the first thing you notice might be the huge variety of classifications that their range of 3 basic vans can fall in to. On Renault’s website, you can see these 3 vans in all their various forms, including panel vans, crew vans, platform cabs and passenger vehicles. This can make predicting insurance costs even more difficult than usual, but luckily, Confused.com is here to help.
Cars on UK roads are allocated an insurance grouping by the ABI (Association of British Insurers), which insurance companies use (among a lot of other information about the policy holder) to calculate premiums – generally, the higher the insurance group, the higher the premium.
Vans are often recommended an insurance group by the ABI, and insurance providers will use only their own rating systems to calculate risk and premium, so we’ve put together this table showing the current range of Renault vans and some of their characteristics that are likely to impact your insurance premium. If your van has the largest, most powerful engine available in the range, you can expect a higher than average premium.
||1461 - 1598cc
||1 - 8
||1.3 - 4m3
| 640 - 800g
||1 - 9
||3.2 - 8.4m3
|886 - 1282kg
|| 1 - 17
||6.9 - 22m3
|880 - 2525kg
*All above information sourced from the Renault official website, for their 2013 range
With the information above you can imagine how just some of the customisable specifications for Renault’s van range may impact your insurance premium – generally, the bigger the engine or load capacity, or the more seats you have, the higher the premium you can expect to be charged. The best way to get an accurate idea of insurance prices is to run a quote using Confused.com’s simple comparison tool – we’ll compare our panel of trusted providers and get our best quotes back to you in minutes.
You might also be interested in some of our articles and guides on van insurance, such as van insurance rating factors.