How much does a Peugeot cost to insure?
The cost of car insurance depends on lots of different factors. These include the age, experience, address, and profession of the main driver, along with the age, model, and make of the car.
When deciding how much to charge for an insurance policy, insurers calculate the risk of any claim being made against it. As so many factors affect the cost of car insurance, it’s always worth comparing prices.
Car insurers also use insurance groups to calculate how much to charge. There are 50 different insurance groups, with the lower numbers being the cheapest and those nearer to 50 the most expensive to insure.
To give you a rough idea of how much your insurance might cost, we've pulled together costs for some of the most popular Peugeot models.
The classic Peugeot 106 costs £841* on average for a year’s premium while the popular 107 Urban comes in at £714* on average.
If it’s a standard 206 Peugeot, insurance is likely to set you back around £834* with the 207 coming in at £896*.
Peugeot 208 range, insurance for the 208 Active VTI 82 will cost on average £707*.
For the larger SUVs, a Peugeot 2008 Allure Puretech 82 has an average insurance price of £394*, while a 3008 Allure Puretech S/S 130 is slightly higher at £402*.
*The prices we have used are an average based on the model and all our customer quotes from 14 January 2021 to 14 June 2021. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
All information on this page was last reviewed on 29/07/2021, see T&C.
Peugeot history and facts
The Peugeot brand has been around for more than 200 years. It started life as a steel foundry in Sochaux in France in 1810.
At first it started producing products such as umbrella frames and coffee grinders.
It wasn’t until 1889 that the company, founded by Jean-Pierre Peugeot, unveiled the first Peugeot car.
In 1953, the company’s first scooter was created, the S55, and in 1962 it started selling the iconic 404 Cabriolet. The 1960s car has become a collector’s item along with the more recent 308 CC and the RCZ.
The 205 was launched in 1983, followed by the 205 GTi which started the company’s journey into the small cars market. More than five million 205s were built before the 206 came out in 1998, with 6.5 million models built.
In 2006, the Peugeot 207 became the most sold car in Europe, followed by the launch of the 208 in 2012.
Peugeot is famously represented by the lion symbol, which first appeared in 1847. The company chose a lion to represent it because of the toughness of the animal’s teeth, the flexibility of its spine, and the speed and strength of a bounding lion.
The logo has evolved over the years and in 1998 paws were added to show the power and corporate balance of the company along with a blue background symbolising the forward-thinking nature of the company.