Fiat is a long-established manufacturer with a reputation for quality in their vehicles. From family-fit Doblos to city-slick 500’s, their range covers a variety of customer needs, whilst maintaining the unique Italian style and soul that they have built their reputation on.
Their variety of products can also make insurance premiums difficult to predict, so we’ve assembled some of the key facts and figures for their current range to help you understand the quotes you receive.
Insurers typically use ABI (Association of British Insurers) allocated groups, along with a range of other details about you, your driving history and your car, to calculate premiums.
- Generally, cars with larger / more powerful engines are allocated higher insurance groups and are more expensive to insure, due to the added risk they pose to the insurer
- Cars with higher ABI groups (due to power, size, safety, value etc) also generally get higher insurance premiums
- We've also provided the potential tax brackets of each vehicle in the Fiat range to give you an idea of potential, additional future costs
You might also want to browse our collection of articles and guides for further information on insuring your Fiat, which includes explanations of ABI group allocation and how premiums are calculated.