How much does a Renault cost to insure?
Given the range of cars that Renault offers, the car insurance premium you pay will vary considerably depending on the age, value and engine power of the vehicle you choose.
Insurers rank vehicles into groups depending on their cost and performance. Faster cars with more powerful engines will sit in a higher insurance group than cars with smaller engines. For this reason, the Renault Clio will typically sit in a lower insurance group than the Renault Captur, which is a slightly bigger car. And in turn, the Captur will be in a lower insurance group than the speedy Renault Megane RS.
As an example, the Renault Clio Play is in insurance Group 3 and has an average premium of £530*. Whereas the Megane Renault Sport Cup (250) Coupe, which is in a much higher insurance group (35-37) comes in at an average of £2,347*.
Essentially, the trade-off for driving a car that can really shift is that you will typically pay more in insurance since you have the capability to drive at higher speeds.
In addition to different design specs and engine power, your Renault car insurance premium will also depend on other factors specific to you. For instance, where you live, your driving history and how old you are can all affect what you pay.
*These prices are an average based on the model, and all our customer quotes from 14 January 2021 – 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 10 August 2021, see T&Cs.