The first car manufacturer to introduce the assembly line, Ford is now well-known for its range of cars of all shapes and sizes, from the city friendly Ka, to the family-oriented C-max, right through to the high-powered Focus RS.
Today, Ford’s range of cars are known for their good looks and affordable quality. Their cars appeal to people of all ages, genders and backgrounds, and can fit a variety of uses.
Just four models in the Ford range (the Cortina, Escort, Fiesta and Focus) have held position 1 in the UK’s top selling new car lists since 1972, whilst simultaneously making regular appearances in ‘Top 10 used car’ lists as well.
To help you understand the insurance and running costs you can expect from your Ford, in the tables below, we’ve collected some of the key statistics from the current range that will impact these areas.
- The ABI (Association of British Insurers) allocate insurance groups to most vehicles on UK roads, which insurers typically use to help calculate premiums. Generally, the higher the ABI grouping, the higher the premium
- Insurers also rate on a range of factors about you, your driving history, and the vehicle you are driving. Insurance groups are a good way of quickly seeing how much of a risk insurers consider a vehicle to be
We also have a large collection of articles and guides on car insurance, which you might find useful, including how car insurance premiums are calculated, and how ABI groups are allocated.