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Renault's large range of vehicles offers something for everyone, from small city cars like the Zoe to the much larger Scénic MPV. There’s no single definitive 'Renault' car, so it can be quite challenging to predict potential insurance costs without taking a closer look at the different factors. 

In 2011 Renault began selling all-electric cars. They’ve continued to improve these vehicles making the batteries smaller but more powerful. Renault has also introduced an Eco function on all new-generation engines, so that driving becomes softer with a longer acceleration. As such, Renault has become one of the market leaders in reducing CO2 emissions.

Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Renault 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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Renault Captur 2013 - present

The Captur, a crossover SUV which started production in 2013, is one of Renault’s most popular cars in the UK. A player in a competitive market, its opposition includes the Nissan Duke (which shares similar parts to the Captur), Peugeot 2008 and the Citroen C4 Cactus.

Dubbed as a large Clio, there’s a good range of petrol and diesel engines available. However, you’ll only get front-wheel driving out of the Captur, which wouldn’t be much help if you were driving on a harsh terrain. 

Drivers aged between 21 and 35 could see premiums as low as £794* a year with this car, based on previous quotes from Confused.com.

Specification (14 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Expression+ 0.9 - 1.5 8 - 11 A - G
Signature 0.9 - 1.5 9 - 16 A - D
Dynamique (All Trims) 0.9 - 1.5 9 - 15 A - G
Iconic Nav 0.9 - 1.5 9 - 15 A - G
Renault Captur

Read our review Renault Clio 1990 - present

The Renault Clio is a supermini that offers something for everyone. With engine sizes ranging between 0.9-litre - 3.0l, it can be reasonably cheap to run. 

This deceptive 5-door hatchback has hidden its rear door handles in the window frames. This is how it’s trying to differentiate itself in a very busy, competitive market with the likes of the Ford Fiesta, Volkswagen Polo and the Vauxhall Corsa all competing in the same division.

If you’re a young driver between 21 and 30, you could get a quote for around £1093*. However, based on your driving and current situation, if you’re aged between 41 and 70 premiums could be £627*.

Specification (12 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Dynamique (All Trims) 0.9 - 1.5 4 - 14 A - G
GT Line 1.2 14 C
Expression 1.2 3-4 D - G
RenaultSport Trophy Nav 1.6 28 E - H
Renault Clio
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Read our review Renault Megane 1995 - present

The Megane is a practical well-equipped compact family hatchback. It’s a key runner in the family car market, which also sees the likes of the Vauxhall Astra, Seat Leon and Peugeot 308 battling for market share.

With engine options ranging from 1.2 to 2.0 litres, this one model can be all things to all people – ranging from a performance car for serious petrolheads, to a transporter for the family with 2.4 children, dog and caravan in tow.

Drivers aged 31-65 could be looking at premiums of £689* a year based on previous quotes from Confused.com

Specification (16 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback Expression+ 1.2 - 1.6 14 - 15 A - G
Hatchback GT Nav 1.2 - 1.6 23 - 27 E - H
Sport Tourer Expression+ 1.2 - 1.5 13 - 19 A - G
Sport Tourer Dynamique Nav 1.2 - 1.6 14 - 19 A - G
Renault Megane
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Renault Espace 1984 - present

The Renault Espace is a stylish MPV that’s both recognised for its safety and spaciousness. It's an ideal family car or people carrier with enough room for up to seven people.

Make no bones about it, the Espace is big, even by MPV standards. And if you get it in its Grand version, it gets even bigger! For some, the size can be a problem as it makes certain manoeuvres tricky. It can also be quite a thirsty car, but with a large variety of engines you can probably find one that suits you.

On average, 31 - 50 year olds will be looking at an insurance premium of £855*.

Specification (03-12)  Engine Size   Typical Insurance Group**  Tax Band** 
 Expression 1.9 - 2.2 17 - 25 I - K
 Privilege 2.0 - 3.5 24 - 33 J - L
Dynamique 1.9 - 2.2 19 - 28 I - L
Rush 1.9 - 2.0  17 - 18 I - K
Renault Espace

Renault Scénic 1996 - present

The winner of several awards, the Renault Scénic is a compact MPV that comes with a variety of models and engines to choose from. The engines range from 1.2l in some of its Dynamique models all the way up to 2l, so the Renault Scénic doesn’t have to break the bank when it comes to its running costs.

Most models fall into a fairly low insurance group, varying between 11 and 26 for the latest models. So insuring your Scénic shouldn't be a deal breaker.

Drivers aged between 46 and 65 could get insurance premiums as low as £382*.

Specification (16 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Expression+ 1.2 - 1.5 10 A - G
Dynamique Nav 1.2 - 1.6 11 - 15 A - G
Dynamique S Nav 1.2 - 1.6 11 - 20 A - G
Signature Nav 1.2 - 1.6 11 - 20 A - G
Renault Scenic

Renault Grand Scenic 1996 - present

This is a 7-seat compact MPV that has a 5 star rating in the Euro NCAP crash test. Coming in at 23cm longer than the standard Scenic, this car offers a bigger boot and more legroom. However, if you’re carrying six passengers, unless they’re all children, there’ll be significantly less space in the back.

The Grand Scenic is a bit more expensive than its competitors, but you do get a high level of equipment that comes as standard on most trim levels.

If you’re aged between 21 and 45, you could be looking at a yearly insurance cost of around £862*.

Specification (16 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Expression+ 1.2 - 1.5 12 B - H
Dynamique Nav 1.2 - 1.6 11 - 16 A - H
Dynamique S Nav 1.2 - 1.6 12 - 21 A - H
Signature Nav 1.2 - 1.6 12 - 21 A - H
Renault Grand Scenic

Renault Twingo 1992 - present

The Renault Twingo is a small, economical city car that typically comes under a low insurance group. It's an ideal runaround for families, young drivers, and an affordable choice for those who are keeping an eye on their spending.

The typical insurance premium for the Twingo is around £669* for drivers aged 21-50.  

Specification (14 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Expression 1.0 2 B - G
Play 1.0 3 B - G
Dynamique 0.9 - 1.0 3 - 8 A -F
GT 0.9 - 1.0 11 C - G
Renault Twingo

Renault Zoe 2012 - present

An ideal car for shorter commutes and popping to the supermarket, the Zoe is Renault’s fourth electric car.

Its interior is similar to the Clio. However, the exterior is designed differently, with a subtle charging port keeping the fact this car is electric on the down-low. 

With the Zoe being in tax band A, thanks to new laws, you won’t have to pay any VED (commonly known as road tax).

On average, if you’re aged between 26-50, you can get a yearly insurance cost of £659*.

Specification (12 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Expression Electric 14 - 15 A
Dynamique Zen Electric 15 - 16 A
Dynamique Nav Electric 16 - 17 A
Signature Nav Electric 17 A
Renault Zoe

Renault Twizy 2012 - present

This part-car, part-scooter alternative for city driving was a concept car in Frankfurt in 2009. The ‘Twizy ZE’ concept produces zero emissions, which means you won’t have to worry about road tax.

Although this isn’t a direct competitor for a city car, the Twizy brings something a bit different to the table. The urban runabout has no problem in keeping up with traffic, and could be ideal for you if you have a short commute and don’t want to spend a lot on a car.  

If you’re a looking for insurance for the Twizy, and are aged between 26 and 35, you could get premiums from around £626* a year.

Specification (12 Onwards) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Colour Electric 10 A
Expression Electric 6 A
Urban Electric 10 A
Dynamique Electric 6 A
Renault Twizy

Renault Kangoo 1997 - present

The Kangoo is a car based on the look of a van – it prides itself on giving more space for your money.

This budget MPV could be a great family car, as it has van-like functions, while being a comfortable people carrier.

Premiums for this car, on average, could be £681* if you’re aged 31-50

Specification (09 - 12) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Authentique 1.5 - 1.6 6 - 13 E - J
Expression 1.5 - 1.6 6 - 13 E - J
I-Music 1.5 - 1.6 6 - 13 E - J
Dynamique TomTom  1.5 10 - 13 E - F
Renault Kangoo

Renault Laguna 1993 - 2015

A large family car, the Laguna has been a regular sight on British roads for many years. Available as a hatchback, estate (or tourer, as the new version is called) and coupé, it’s one of the more popular French-made cars.

The Laguna is no longer sold in the UK, and as a result it might be more difficult to repair if anything goes wrong.

Drivers aged 36-60 could be looking at premiums of around £714* based on previous quotes on Confused.com 

Specification (07-12) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group** Tax Band**
Hatchback Expression 1.5-2.0 23 - 26 B - I
Hatchback GT 2.0 29 - 31 H - J
Coupé Standard Trim 2.0 30 - 34 G - J
 Sport Tourer 1.5 - 2.0 21 - 31  B - K


**All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk

Renault Laguna

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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.