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How much does Land Rover insurance cost?

The cost of car insurance for a Land Rover will depend on several factors, including the model you drive and your personal circumstances.

The average price of insurance for some of the most popular models are:

Model Average price*
Land Rover Vogue TDV8
Freelander 2HSE TD4
Range Rover Evoque SE Tech 150
Discovery Sport SE Tech TD4
Range Rover Spot HSE TD6

1Based on data, August 2023 - January 2024.

What affects the cost of car insurance?

Your age: Generally, young drivers have less experience on the road than older drivers. This means they're considered by insurers to be at higher risk of being involved in an accident, so they pay more for insurance.

Where you live: Living in a built-up area with high rates of vehicle crime will mean you see higher costs than someone living in a quiet, rural area with low crime rates.

Your occupation: Certain occupations are seen as more risky than others and you can see higher insurance costs as a result. This can be because of how much time you spend on the road, where you car is kept while you're working, and the types of people you're likely to associate with.

Your driving history: Driving convictions or previous claims will increase the amount you pay.

Your estimated annual mileage: This tells insurers how much time you spend on the road. The more miles you drive, the more you're likely to pay.

The car you drive: Insurers categorise cars into groups from 1-50. The higher the insurance group, the more you generally pay. Land Rover models tend to be powerful and expensive. Check what insurance group your Range Rover or Landrover is in.

What insurance can I get for my Land Rover?

  • Third-party insurance covers you if you damage someone else's car or injure them while driving. It is the minimum level of cover required to drive in the UK. Third-party insurance doesn't provide any cover for you or your car.
  • Third-party, fire and theft includes everything covered by third-party insurance, plus repairs or a replacement for your own car if it's stolen or damaged by fire.
  • Comprehensive insurance is the highest level of insurance available and includes cover for you and your car following an accident. However, just because it provides the most cover doesn't necessarily mean it costs more.

How can I save on my Land Rover insurance?

The price you pay for car insurance will depend on many factors, but there are a few things you can do to try and bring the cost down:

Avoid auto-renewal

Most insurers will automatically renew your policy each year, but you don't have to accept the price they offer. Comparing quotes is one of the best ways to save money, so shop around to make sure you're getting the best price for your cover. The best time to buy your policy is around 3 weeks2 before your renewal date.

Increase your voluntary excess

The more you're able to pay towards claims, the lower your insurance price could be. Just make sure you set it at a level that you could afford. But don't forget to consider any compulsory excess as you'll need to pay this too.

Pay annually rather than monthly

You could save up to 20%2 on your Land Rover insurance. This is because insurance companies charge interest and admin fees when you pay monthly.

2Based on dataOctober - December 2023.

Estimate your mileage accurately

Typically, the more miles you drive, the more you pay. Accurately estimating your mileage will mean you're only paying for the miles you actually drive. Our customers drive 6,500 miles per year on average2. If you don't drive many miles, you might benefit from a pay-as-you-go policy.

Increase your car's security

Features like steering wheel locks, alarms and immobilisers. These make it more difficult for thieves to steal your car. Parking in a secure, well-lit location can also deter thieves.

Add a named driver

Always be honest about who the main driver is though. Otherwise you could be 'fronting', which is illegal.

Build up your no-claims bonus

Every year that you don't make a car insurance claim, you get a year added to your no-claims bonus (NCB). Insurers will offer discounts for each year of NCB you have, so the bigger your NCB, the bigger your discounts could be.

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Page last reviewed: 06/02/2024

Reviewed by: Louise Thomas