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The first car manufacturer to introduce the assembly line, Ford is now well-known for its range of cars of all shapes and sizes. These range from the city-friendly KA+, to the family-orientated C-max, right through to the high-powered Focus RS.

Founded by Henry Ford in Detroit in 1903, Ford was the first manufacturer to obtain an ISO 14040 certificate, which is the international environment standard. It has also been recognised as one of the world’s most ethical companies by Ethisphere institute.

Today, Ford’s range of cars are known for their good looks and affordable quality. Its cars appeal to people of all ages, genders and backgrounds, and can fit a variety of uses.

Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Ford 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 Ford C-Max 2003 - present

The C-Max could be seen as a cross-breed between the Fiesta and the Focus. Although it uses attributes from Ford's more popular vehicles, it’s been designed with family practicality in mind.

This car got a good rating in the Reliability Index. This is based on the number of times the car fails to start, how long it’s off the road due to repairs, the cost of the repair, and the average age and mileage of that particular vehicle recorded on its database.

You could get insurance for around £404* if you’re aged between 41 and 60.

Specification (10 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Zetec 1.0 - 2.0 10 - 17 A - H
Titanium 1.0 - 2.0 10 - 25 B - G
Titanium X 1.0 - 2.0 13 - 27 B - G
Ford CMax red car
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Read our review Ford Fiesta 1976 - present

With a reputation for being fun to drive, having excellent handling, being cheap to run and affordable in general, the Fiesta’s popularity over the last 30 years isn’t so surprising.

The Fiesta combines all the fun of a small car with the sophistication of a big car, and is a well-controlled ride. You can even get heated windscreens on most trims above entry-level, which means no more scraping ice off your car on cold winter mornings. 

Drivers aged between 26 and 40 could be looking at premiums of £804*. 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band** 
Hatchback Standard Trim (17 onwards) 1.0 - 1.5 10 - 15 D - G
Hatchback Zetec (17 onwards) 1.1 - 1.5 5 - 10 D - G
Hatchback Titanium B+O Play (17 onwards) 1.2 - 1.8 10 - 14 D - G
ST (12 onwards) 1.6 30 E - H
ST-2 (12 onwards) 1.6 30 E - H
ST-3 (12 onwards) 1.6 30 E - H
Ford Fiesta green car
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Read our review Ford Focus 1998 - present

Boasting a wealth in variety, available Focus models range from the 1.0-litre EcoBoost up to the sportier 2.5-litre ST models. Do bear in mind, however, that this additional power is likely to result in higher insurance premiums.

Technologies in the Focus have become far more innovative. Active City Stop – for example – automatically applies the brakes when it detects the car in front reducing speed. This is only for speeds up to 30mph, which is nonetheless perfect for city driving.

On average 31 – 45 year olds could pay £760* for car insurance. 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback Standard Trim (11 onwards) 2.3/Electric 20 - 40 A - J
Hatchback Studio (11 onwards) 1.0 - 1.6 7 E
ST (12 onwards) 2.0 34 H
Estate Zetec (11 onwards) 1.0 - 2.0 11 - 19 A - F
Estate Style (11 onwards) 1.0 - 1.6 6 - 15 A - F
Ford Focus red car
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Read our review Ford Mondeo 1993 - present

The first Mondeo rolled off the production line in 1992 ready for its launch early in 1993., Since then it has a defined the family car market. With fierce rivals such as the Mazda 6, Volkwagen Passat and the Volvo S60, the Mondeo has constant tough competition. 

It encompasses new technology like its EcoBoost engine; Ford Easy Fuel, which stops you from putting diesel in a petrol engine or vice versa; and Start-Stop technology.

Drivers aged 51 – 65 could get premiums of £473*. 

Specification (14 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback Standard Trim 2.0 26 - 33 C - J
Saloon Standard Trim 2.0 26 - 33 A - J
Estate Standard Trim 2.0 26 - 33 C - J
Ford Mondeo car
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Read our review Ford Ka 1996 - present

The Ka was first introduced as a small and low-cost addition to the Ford family. However, it stopped production in 2016 to make way for the KA+, a larger family car. 

You get a smartphone dock and Bluetooth/USB connectivity on studio trims, but no sat nav. The KA+ has got a Euro NCAP rating of 3 out 5 stars.

If you’re a young driver aged 21-25 looking to insure a KA, you could be looking at premiums of around £996*.

The table below is the the more information on the KA+

Specification (16 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Studio 1.2 1 C - G
Zetec 1.2 2-5 C - G
Zetec White Edition 1.2 5 C - G
Zetec Black Edition 1.2 5 C - G
Ford KA white car
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Ford Ecosport 2003 - present

A smart SUV that Ford boasts is ‘Designed for the urban jungle. Built to escape it.’ This all-rounder boasts a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder EcoBoost petrol engine, which gives you the same power as a 1.6-litre engine.

The EcoBoost engine has been awarded International Engine of the Year three years in a row. 

If you’re aged between 36 and 50, you could get a premium of £532* per year, according to previous quotes.

Specification (14 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Zetec 1.0 - 1.5 8 - 11 C - H
Titanium 1.0 - 1.5 9 - 11 C - H
Titanium S 1.0 - 1.5 10 - 13 C - G
Ford Ecosport yellow car

Ford Mustang 1964 - present

More famous in America, you can also get the Mustang in the UK. It boasts a key-free system, meaning you can unlock your car without taking your keys out of your pocket. 

Available in three trims, and an engine power of up to 5.0l, these cars are powerful – so they won’t be cheap to insure or tax. 

Young drivers will struggle to get cheap insurance on a Mustang because of the power behind the car. However, if you’re aged 41-45 you could get a premium of £802*. 

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Standard trim 2.3 EcoBoost 41 - 43 I - K
GT 5.0 43 - 46 M
GT Shadow Edition 5.0 - M
Ford Mustang red car

Ford Galaxy 1995 - present

A 7-seater people carrier in its third generation, the Galaxy is undeniably popular throughout the UK. This spacious MPV combines advanced technology and elegant design with safety, resulting in a smooth school run and relieving the stress of a big family holiday.

Due to the nature and size of the car, the Galaxy could be expensive to repair. A newer Galaxy could also set you back a bit. So if you're looking at saving some pounds and need a people carrier, you could do a lot worse than picking up an older and used Galaxy. 

If you’re aged between 36 and 55, you could get insurance for around £756*.

Specification (15 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Zetec 1.5 - 2.0 17 - 20 D - H
Titanium 1.5 - 2.0 20 - 24 D - H
Titanium X 2.0 21- 28 D - J
Ford Galaxy car

Read our review Ford S-max 2006 - present

Ford designed this car as a combination of an MPV and an SAV. Ultimately built for families, it comes with seven seats as standard.

The S-Max comes with massaging seats, an EcoBoost engine and extra power for emergency braking, to make sure you’re even more protected on the roads.

Based on previous quotes, 36 – 40 year olds could get premiums of around £602*.

Specification (15 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Standard Trim 2.0 26 - 30 D - J
Zetec 1.5 - 2.0 16 - 20 D - H
Titanium 1.5 - 2.0 20 - 24 D - H
Titanium Sport 2.0 24 - 27 D - J
Ford SMax black car
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Read our review Ford Kuga 2008 - present

The Kuga first entered the market in 2008, with aspirations of reaching a high-end market with their limited Zetec and Titanium range.

If your key is in close proximity to the car, you’re able to unlock and open the boot of a Kuga by waving your foot under the rear bumper – perfect for when you have your hands full with the weekly food shop. This car also has a retractable tow bar, so it’s great for family camping trips. 

On average, 26 – 45 year olds could get insurance for £595* according to previous quotes.

Specification (12 onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Zetec 1.5 - 2.0 14 - 22 C - J
Titanium Sport 1.5 - 2.0 21 - 26 D - H
ST-LINE 1.5 - 2.0 16 - 25 C - J
Titanium 1.5 - 2.0 15 - 25 C - J
Ford Kuga black car
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Ford Fusion 2002 - 2012

The Fusion is a vertically-enlarged version of the Fiesta. It features increased ground clearance, a taller roof and dual roof racks.

The most recent incarnation of the Fusion, the MK 2, was released in 2005 in the UK in Style+, Zetec and Titanium trim levels.

As the Fusion is no longer in production, parts are likely to become more and more difficult to source over time. This can lead to growing repair bills across the range of Fusions still on our roads. One way to avoid being hit with spiralling repair bills should you have to make a claim is a fully comprehensive policy.

On average 31 – 35 year olds could get insurance for around £893*.

Specification (02 - 12) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
1 1.4 7 C - G
Pursuit 1.4 9 D-G
Zetec 1.4 - 1.6 9 - 14 C - I
Titanium 1.6 14 C-I
Ford Fushion white car

Ford Escort 1968 - 2004

The Escort was considered by many to be the #1 affordable family car in the UK for much of its production lifetime, with many car enthusiasts sad to see its reign come to an end. Luckily, they’re still available to buy second-hand across the country, and we can still compare cheap car insurance quotes to help keep them on the road!

Despite their rally track record, the range of engine options for on-the-road Escort is fairly limited – typically between 1.4 and 1.8 litres.

If you’re aged between 51 and 75, you could get insurance for £362* based on previous quotes.

Specification Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Cabriolet (90-98) 1.4 - 1.8 26 - 30 -
Estate (90-01) 1.3 - 1.8 13 - 27 I - J
Hatchback (90-01) 1.3 - 1.8 17 - 27 I - J
Saloon (91-99) 1.4 - 1.8 11 - 21 -

**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk

Ford Escort white 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.