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Audi has cemented its position in the top three luxury German automakers with its recent years of success, and the growing popularity of models such as the TT testify to Audi’s unique appeal.

Audi is looking to the future in the form of hybrid and electric cars, reducing emissions while still maintaining sporty premium driving.

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Fun fact: The company name is based on the surname of the Founder, August Horch. ‘Horch’ meaning ‘listen’, becomes ‘Audi’ when translated into Latin.


Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Honda models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.

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Read our review Audi A1 2010 - present

The Audi A1 fills the role of supermini and more, seeming to have something for everyone, with an engine range that goes from the modest 1.2-litre SE, right up to the 2.0 S Line.

The A1 range falls into a few different insurance groups, the lowest being 9 and the highest being 37. The hatchback SE 1.2 or 1.6 models boast low group ratings, meaning you could pay less for car insurance as opposed to the more powerful models.

If you’re looking to get insurance on an A1, the average premium is around £772* for 26 – 50 year olds. 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback SE 1.0 - 1.6 9 - 19 A - F
Hatchback S Line 1.2 - 2.0 9 - 28 A - G
Sportback Sport 1.0 - 2.0 9 - 21 A - G
S1 2.0 33 G - I

Audi A1 car
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Read our review Audi A3 1996 - present

With A3s to suit so many tastes, it’s difficult to restrict them to a single category – you can get the economical 1.2 hatchback, or the muscular RS3 Sportback which boasts 340 brake horsepower (bhp).

Insurance costs for an A3 could be around £1,084* if you’re aged between 21 and 40.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback 1.0 - 2.0 14 - 39 H - I
Sportback 1.0 - 2.5 14 - 46 A - J
 S3 2.0 36 - 42 G
Saloon 1.4 - 2.5 15 - 46 A - J
RS3 Sportback 2.5 40 J
Cabriolet 1.4 - 2.0 18 - 46 B - I
Audi A3 car
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Read our review Audi A4 1994 - present

The current A4 range has options to suit the economy-minded, such as the 1.8 Saloon, as well as those seeking a particularly powerful and top-end driving experience, such as the RS4 Avant.

With such broad models of the car the insurance groups can vary. They start as little as 19 and the more powerful models can sit in group 38 – something to keep in mind when shopping around for an Audi A4.

Drivers aged 31 – 45 could get insurance premiums of £889* for the A4.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Saloon 1.4 - 3.0 19 - 38 A - I
Avant 1.4 - 3.0 19 - 38 B - J
Allroad  2.0 - 3.0 26 - 39 D - I
Avant RS4 4.2 41 - 46

L

Audi A4 car
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Read our review Audi A5 2007 - present

The A5 is also available with a wide range of engine options, ranging from the 1.8 Sportback to the 4.2 litre RS5, which – when combined with the multitude of safety features available – means the A5 can fall into a broad range of groups.

Drivers aged 31 – 50 could get insurance for around £842*.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Coupe 2.0 - 3.0 26 - 44 B - K
Sportback 2.0 - 3.0 25 - 41 B - I
Cabriolet 2.0 - 3.0 35 - 45 C - J
S5 3 40 - 42 I - M
Audi A5 car
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Read our review Audi A6 1994 - present

The A6 is an executive car that has been on our roads since 1995, and is currently in its fourth generation.

Looking at the different generations of A6 is a great way to see how Audi’s styling has evolved with the times, while its penchant for quality engineering has remained.

Young drivers will have a hard time finding cheap insurance on this car. However, 31 – 45 year olds could get premiums of £865*.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Saloon 2.0 - 4.0 26 - 47 B - K
Avant 2.0 - 4.0 26 - 47 C - K
Allroad 3.0 31 - 44 F - K
RS6 Avant  4.0 48 - 50 K - L
 S6 4.0 42 - 47 K - L
Audi A6 car
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Audi A7 2010 - present

The A7 has far fewer options in terms of styles and engines than other lines, making its potential range of insurance groups smaller.

You should note that any additional extras and non-standard items you buy may not be included in this rating. They should be declared to your insurer to ensure they’re properly covered.

Insurance for the A7 can be quite expensive, so it’s better to compare insurance prices. But according to previous quotes on Confused.com, 36 – 40 year olds could get premiums of around £806*.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Sportback 2.8 - 4.0 33 - 45 C - K
RS7 Sportback 4.0 47 - 50 K - L
 S7 4.0 43 - 45 -
Audi A7 car

Read our review Audi A8 1994 - present

With engine options from 2.8 to 6.3 litres, the A8 is at the top end of the range. The A8 is luxurious yet understated. Being fitted with Quattro four-wheel drive (except on early or hybrid models) helps this car stand out from its competitors.

The insurance groups for the A8 start from 40 up to 50, meaning it won’t be the cheapest to insure. However, if you’re aged between 41 and 45, you could get premiums for £937*.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Saloon Standard Trim 2.0 - 6.3 42 - 50 F - M
Saloon Executive 3.0 - 4.2 43 - 47 H - K
Saloon SE 3.0 - 4.2 40 - 47 F - K
S8 4.0 49 - 50 K - L
Audi A8 car
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Read our review Audi Q3 2011 - present

The Q3 is a small crossover SUV in the same mould as the Nissan Qashqai or the Range Rover Evoque – ideal for people that require the practicality of an off-road car, but don’t really need to go off-road.

This means that while it has the look of a sporty 4x4, Audi has reined in the engine power and focused more on comfort and style – producing a large, practical car that isn’t too thirsty on fuel. This makes crossovers typically cheaper to insure and run than normal 4x4s.

On average 41 – 45 year olds could get insurance for £602* based on previous Confused.com quotes.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
SE 1.4 - 2.0 18 - 27 C - I
S-Line 1.4 - 2.0 18 - 27

C - I

 Sport 1.4 - 2.0 20 - 28 C - I
RS Standard Trim  2.5 37 - 43 K
Audi Q3 car
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Read our review Audi Q5 2009 - present

The new generation of the Q5 launched in 2016. Battling against competitors in the SUV market, the Q5 is lighter and more efficient than before. 

Sitting in insurance groups 25 to 45, it really will depend on the Q5 model you have to see how much your premiums will be. 

On average 26 – 30 year olds could pay around £895* for insurance. 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Standard Trim 2.0 22 - 28 G - J
SE 2.0 - 3.2 21-38 F - K
S Line 2.0 - 3.2 20 - 38 F - K
S Line Plus 2.0 - 3.2 21 - 39 G - K
Audi Q5 car
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Audi Q7 2005 - present

If you’ve splashed out on a luxury SUV like the Q7, you’ll want to make sure you have the right cover in place protecting it. With engine options ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 litres, the premium and cover you get is going to depend a lot on the specific Q7 model you own.

You could get insurance for around £1299* if you’re aged 26 – 40 based on previous quotes on Confused.com

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
E-tron 3.0 - Hybrid 44 A - B
SE 3.0 35 - 40 F - I
S Line 3.0 36 - 41 F - I
SQ7 4.0 49 J
Audi Q7 car

Audi R8 2006 - present

Being a supercar, with engine options starting at 4.2 litres, the R8 isn’t for the faint of heart.

A high-value and powerful engine has led insurers to consider it a hefty risk. As such, all models across the R8 range fall into groups rated 48 to 50 only – so you’re looking at some pretty big premiums. 

According to quotes through Confused.com, 31 – 35 year olds could get insurance for £879*.

 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Coupe Standard Trim 5.2 50 M
Coupe Plus 5.2 50 M
Spyder Standard Trim 5.2 50 M
Spyder Plus 5.2 50 M
Audi R8 car

Read our review Audi TT 1998 - present

As you'd expect from a top-of-the-range sports car, saving money on insurance was not a priority during design. While the TT does fall into a wide range of insurance groups and tax brackets, they tend to be toward the more expensive end of the scale. 

This powerful car will not be cheap to insure if you’re a young driver. However, if you’re aged between 31 and 55 premiums could be £662*.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Coupe Standard Trim 2.5 43 J
Coupe Sport 1.8 - 2.0 32 - 37 B - I
Roadster Standard Trim 2.0 46 J
Roadster Sport 1.8 - 2.0 34 - 38 C - I

**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk and based on the standard version of each car.

Audi TT car
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*These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.