As the manufacturer of some of the best known, most recognisable and most desirable sports and performance cars in the world, the Porsche brand is one that evokes images of quality and engineering prowess the world over.
In recent years, Porsche have expanded their range, which previously consisted of sports cars designed for speed, to include the luxury Panamera, a full-size executive car, and their crossover SUV, the Cayenne. These models contribute to the Porsche standard of engineering excellence, though they have similar drawbacks when it comes to insurance premiums.
- As a luxury brand, focused on performance and speed, Porsches are often considered large risks by insurers
- High values and powerful engines contribute to models in the Porsche range falling into generally high insurance groups
- this means that finding the right protection for your Porsche, at the right price, can be difficult
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In the tables below, we’ve collected some of the main factors that may contribute to insurance and running costs of your Porsche, including typical insurance groups and tax bands. You can browse these to gauge potential costs along the Porsche range.
You can find more information in our guide on how car insurance is calculated.