Peugeot started out as a coffee mill and bicycle manufacturer in 1810. Its famous silver frames are still popular today!
Nearly 100 years later, the company enjoyed massive success with the 205 hatchback, which helped the company move into the lucrative small-car market. Today the 205 legacy lives on in the 208 and 308 hatchbacks.
*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Peugeot 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 106 was, and still is, very popular with young drivers. A small car with a relatively-small engine, it can make a perfect first car. Those aged 17 – 30 will look to pay around £1,245* for their yearly premium.
|Peugeot 106||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Zen||1.1 - 1.5||7||E - F|
Launched in June 2005, the Peugeot 107 was the replacement for the 106. With typically small engines (around 1.0 litre) and low scores in the car tax brackets (typically A-B), this is a perfect first car.
If you’re aged 17 – 30, you could be looking to pay around £895* for your premium.
|Peugeot 107||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Active||1.0||3||A - B|
||1.0||3||A - B|
|Envy||1.0||3 - 5||A - B|
Launched to compete in the hotly-contested city-car market, the 108 has the benefit of being available in either a 1.0 or 1.2-litre engine. Couple that with a great range of styling options and extra technology, and the 108 could be someone’s perfect car.
Those aged 21 – 35 could pay close to £771* for their yearly insurance.
|Peugeot 108||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Access||1.0||6||A - E|
|Active||1.0||6 - 8||A - E|
|Collection||1.0 - 1.2||8 - 13||A - E|
The 206 was a big car for Peugeot, and in 2006 it became their best-selling car of all time, nearly topping the 8-million-made mark. In 1999 they even entered the rally world by creating the 206 WRC, and a year later in 2000 they won both the drivers' and manufacturers' championships, going on to win the same accolades in 2002.
Those aged 46 – 65 may be looking at paying around £571* for their insurance.
|Peugeot 206||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Coupe Cabriolet||1.6 - 2.0||21 - 27||D - K|
|GTi||1.6 - 2.0||22 - 28||D - K|
||1.1 - 2.0||7 - 25||C - J|
In 2006, the 207 was made to replace the Peugeot 206. Available as a three or five-door hatchback, all versions are front engine, and front-wheel drive.
The table below looks at some of the different trims available for the Peugeot 207 SW. You can see how some of the different specifications available fall into different car insurance group ranges. Annual insurance for this car could cost around £820* if you’re aged 26 – 35.
|Peugeot 207||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Active||1.4 - 1.6||10 - 15||B - G|
|Allure||1.6||13 - 16||B - G|
||1.4 - 1.6||10 - 15||C - H|
|S||1.4 - 1.6||10 - 15||C - H|
A great small car for downsizing without compromising on the build quality, the 208 has been hailed for its range of fuel-efficient and clean engines.
If you’re aged 31 – 45, a yearly insurance premium could cost around £613*.
|Peugeot 208||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Active||1.0 - 1.6||6 - 16||A - F|
Despite ceasing production in 2002, seeing a 306 driving around the streets is still a fairly common sight. For the 306, you could be looking to pay around £778* for your yearly insurance if you’re aged 26 – 40.
|Peugeot 306||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Cabriolet||1.6 - 2.0||21 - 28||J|
|Estate||1.4 - 2.0||9 - 13||F - J|
||1.4 - 2.0||9 - 31||F - J|
|Saloon||1.4 - 2.0||11 - 13||-|
The table below shows some of the different variants for the 307, as well as their engine size range, typical car insurance group range and their tax brackets. The engine size and car insurance group could affect your car insurance premium. Generally, the higher the number, the higher the premium.
Those aged 36 – 50 may be looking to pay around £775* for yearly insurance.
|Peugeot 307||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Style||1.4 - 2.0||9 - 14||C - H|
|Urban||1.4 - 1.6||9 - 12||D - G|
|X-Line||1.4 - 2.0||9 - 14||E - H|
|E||1.4 - 1.6||9 - 12||D - G|
The Peugeot 308 comes with some pretty nifty technology, like start stop, Peugeot Connect navigation and separate driver and passenger climate control.
Both the engine size and insurance group could affect your car insurance premium, so it's worth checking to see where your car fits in the range. Ages 46 – 65 may be looking to pay around £442* for their yearly premium.
|Peugeot 308||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Access||1.4 - 1.6||10 - 16||A - G|
|Urban||1.4 - 1.6||10 - 12||C - G|
|XE||1.4 - 1.6||11 - 13||C - G|
Retired after nine years in production, the 406 achieved fame in French cinema, featuring in a movie series called Taxi. There are various incarnations in each of the four Taxi films. If you’re looking to insure a 406 and you’re aged 51 – 70, you could pay close to £361*.
|Peugeot 406||Typical Insurance Group**|
||2.0 - 3.0||30 - 35||H - K|
|Estate||1.8 - 3.0||19 - 32||F - K|
||1.8 - 3.0||19 - 32||F - K|
The 407 is a large family car that was produced from 2004 – 2010, and is available as a saloon, coupe and estate. The table below looks at the different specifications available for the 407, including the typical car insurance group range, engine capacity and tax bracket range.
Those aged 51 – 70 may be paying around £458* for their premium.
|Peugeot 407||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Sport||2.0 - 3.0||31 - 41||E - L|
The 508 began production in 2010, entering the large-family-car market. Even the most basic model (508 Saloon) comes with some great technology. These include cruise control, remote central locking, and driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags.
The table below looks at some of the different models available within the 508 range, their typical car insurance group, engine capacity & tax bracket range. A 508 will cost you close to £469* in yearly premium if you’re aged 46 – 65.
|Peugeot 508||Typical Insurance Group**|
|RXH||2.0||32 - 37||B - G|
|Saloon||1.6 - 2.2||19 - 37||A - F|
||1.6 - 2.2||19 - 37||A - G|
The 1007 is a mini MPV based on the older Peugeot 206, and was manufactured from 2005 -2009. The first small car designed with two electric sliding doors, it caused a sensation when it first launched.
To insure the 1007, it may cost around £739* for those aged 31 – 45.
|Peugeot 1007||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Dolce||1.4 - 1.6||3 - 10||C - G|
|SE||1.4 - 1.6||5 - 12||D - G|
|Sport||1.4 - 1.6||4 - 11||C - G|
Awarded the 2017 Auto Express Driver Power Best Small SUV, the Peugeot 2008 comes with a range of trim and engine options to please most. It’s hailed for its classy interior and relatively cheap running costs.
Insuring the 2008 for the year could cost around £311* if you’re aged 56 – 70.
|Peugeot 2008||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Active||1.2 - 1.6||8 - 19||A - G|
|Access+||1.2 - 1.4||10||B - C|
|GT Line||1.2 - 1.6||17 - 22||A - F|
Depending on the specification, a 3008 could have a carload of gadgets including a heads up display, Peugeot Connect navigation, and Peugeot Connect SOS. It's often the case that the higher the insurance group, the higher the premium, so the table below could help give you an idea how each specification could affect your car insurance.
The 3008 could cost £486* to insure for those aged between 36 - 50.
|Peugeot 3008||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Standard trim||2.0||26||A - B|
|Access||1.2 - 1.6||15 - 20||B - G|
||1.6 - 2.0||15 - 22||D - I|
|Exclusive||1.6 - 2.0||15 - 22||D - I|
|Allure||1.6 - 2.0
||16 - 31||A - H|
|Active||1.2 - 2.0||14 - 30||A - G|
Launching in November 2009, the 5008 Allure has some nice little touches inside, such as fold-down tables for people sitting in the back. Depending on the trim, it can come with technology like a heads up display, Peugeot Connect and start stop technology.
You can use this table to see the different types of trim available for the 5008, as well as the typical car insurance groups they fall into, car tax bands and engine capacity. Those aged 36 – 50 may be looking to pay around £559* for their insurance.
|Peugeot 5008||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Access||1.2 - 1.6||13 - 18||B - G|
|SR||1.6||14||C - E|
||1.2 - 2.0||12 - 24||B - H|
|Sport||1.6 - 2.0||12 - 22||E - I|
|Exclusive||1.6 - 2.0||14 - 22||E - I|
|Allure||1.6 - 2.0||14 - 23||B - I|
For the RCZ, 2010 was a great year: not only was the car launched, but it also went on to win two awards, including the Top Gear 2010 Coupe of the Year award.
The table below looks at the different specifications available for the RCZ, including the typical car insurance group range, engine capacity and tax bracket range. Those aged 31 – 45 may be paying close to £665* for their premium.
|Peugeot RCZ||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Sport||1.6 - 2.0||27 - 33||D - H|
|GT||1.6 - 2.0||28 - 34||D - H|
|Magnetic||1.6 - 2.0||29 - 35||E - H|