Chevrolet, or Chevy, as it’s commonly known, is a car brand produced by GM and originally founded over 100 years ago by William C. Durant. It sells a wide range of vehicles worldwide, from subcompact cars to medium-duty commercial trucks. The firm is best known for producing cars of consistent value, reliability and striking looks.
The Chevrolet range is designed to include something for everyone. Whether you've opted for the Spark, a perfect buy for a young driver, or the Cruze, the sleek saloon for families and businessmen alike, having the right cover is important.
To help you understand the potential cost of insuring your Chevrolet, we’ve put together some information on its current range. In the tables below you’ll find the engine sizes, tax brackets and typical insurance groups for each model.
*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Chevrolet 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 01/01/18 – 01/10/18. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
The Aveo may have officially entered production in 2008, but its predecessors have been around in their various generations for much longer. This means that since 2002, the Aveo has been constantly evolving and adjusting to suit the global market. Those aged 26 – 40 could pay around £867* for their insurance.
|Aveo Model (11 - 15)||Typical Group Range**|
|LS||1.2||5||C - E|
|LTZ||1.3 - 1.4||7 - 10||B - G|
|LT||1.2 - 1.4||5 - 9||A - G|
The Captiva is Chevrolet’s entry in the ever-growing market for crossover vehicles. It’s not quite a car, not quite a 4x4. In fact, it’s a family SUV. Built with a careful combination of power and practicality, safety and style, the Captiva is a great choice for a family car. If you’re aged 36 – 50, you may be paying close to £744* for your yearly premium.
|Captivia Model (07 - 15)||Typical Group Range**|
|LS||2.0 - 2.4||21 - 28||G - K|
|Ikon||2.0 - 2.4||23 - 28||J - K|
|LT||2.0 - 2.2||28 - 32||H - L|
|LTX||2.0||28||J - L|
The Chevrolet Cruze has been in production since 2008, with over half a million being sold in its first three years of production. With its comfy driver and passenger seats, a clean, quiet interior and a huge boot, the Cruze is perfect for road trips. Those aged 36 – 50 and looking to insure the Cruze could pay close to £670*.
|Cruz Model (11 - 15)||Typical Group Rating**|
|LS||1.4 - 1.7||11 - 20||C - G|
|LT||1.4 - 2.0||12 - 22||B - H|
|LTZ||1.4 - 2.0||16 - 22||A - H|
The Chevrolet Orlando is a compact multi-purpose vehicle that’s been in production since 2011. Sporting a spacious cabin, chunky styling and being able to comfortably seat seven, the Orlando is aimed at the family car market. Available in a variety of engine sizes and trim levels, the Orlando could be the perfect car for you. Those aged 46 – 60 could pay around £675* for their insurance.
|Cruz Orlando (11 - 15)||Typical Group Rating**|
|LS||1.4 - 2.0||10 - 16||F - H|
|LT||1.4 - 2.0||10 - 17||E - J|
|LTZ||1.8 - 2.0||10 - 16||E - J|
Originally marketed prominently as the Matiz, the Chevrolet Spark is only available as a five-door hatchback. With its small engine range, small size and good safety ratings, the Spark manages to keep itself in a low group range.
Coupled with low emissions, tax and running costs, the Spark is a neat little run-around that won’t cost an arm and a leg to keep on the road. To insure a Spark for the year could cost around £656* for those aged 26 – 40.
|Spark Model (10 - 15)||Typical Group Rating**|
|LS||1.0 - 1.2||4 - 5||C|
The Trax is a subcompact crossover SUV that’s been in production since 2013. With an engine range featuring an entry-level 1.6 litre to a turbocharged 1.4 litre petrol, the Trax feels at home in a British market. All versions of the Trax feature alloy wheels, air-conditioning and Bluetooth capability across the whole range. Those aged 31 – 45 could be looking to pay around £576* for their yearly premium.
|Cruz Trax (13 - 15)||Typical Group Rating**|
|LT||1.4 - 1.7||9 - 15||C - G|