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How much does a Suzuki cost to insure?

The price of car insurance for a Suzuki can vary depending on the make and model. The cost also depends on your personal circumstances, such as age, location and driving history.

Outlined below are the average costs of insuring some of the most populae Suzuki models:

Model Average price*
Alto SZ
Swift sport
Vitara SZ-T
S-Cross motion
Splash GLS

If you're wondering what affects how much you pay for your Suzuki car insurance, this is how car insurance is calculated. You can also see price trends for your area and demographic by checking out our car insurance price index.

*Based on Confused.com data August 2023 - January 2024

How can I save on Suzuki car insurance?

The cost of Suzuki insurance is made up of a number of factors. These include your age, postcode and driving history. But there are ways you can try to bring down the cost:

Limit modifications

Suzuki is a popular brand to add modifications to - especially sportier models such as the Swift. But if you're looking to save money on your insurance, it's best to keep mods to a minimum. Any non-standard changes made to the car are likely to push up the price of its cover.

Be accurate when estimating your mileage

The more miles you drive, the more likely you are to make a claim - so the more your car insurance is likely to cost. On average, our customers drive 6,600(2) miles a year. If you’re not such a regular driver, it’s worth considering a pay as you go policy.

Consider a black box policy

Black box insurance - also known as telematics - monitors your driving and prices your policy accordingly. It keeps tabs on things like your speed; how smooth your acceleration, braking and cornering is; where and how far you drive; and times of day you're on the road. Your insurer then calculates your risk - with safer driving being rewarded with cheaper insurance.

Pay upfront instead of monthly

If you pay monthly, you pay interest on top of the cost of your car insurance premium. If you can afford to pay the annual cost in one go, you could save up to 38%(2). Looking for more ways to drive down costs? Check out our tips for cheaper car insurance.

(2)Based on Confused.com data, December - February 2024.

What car insurance group is my Suzuki in?

If you’re thinking of buying a Suzuki, it’s worth checking what car insurance group it's in. This’ll give you an idea of how much car insurance might cost. There are 50 insurance groups that cars fall into.

Typically the higher the group, the more risk it presents to insurers - so the more you’ll pay.

The insurance group the car will fall into depends on several factors:

  • Its value: If the car is more expensive, it’s likely to be in a higher group.
  • Security features: If it has anti-theft features, this means it may be in a lower group.
  • Cost to repair: The more your car costs to fix, the higher it’ll be.
  • Its power: Cars with faster acceleration and top speed are at greater risk of being in a collision, so will be in a higher group.
  • How safe it is: Safety features such as ABS brakes lower the likelihood of being involved in a crash, so the group will be lower.

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What insurance can I get for my Suzuki?

When you buy car insurance, you can choose from 3 levels of cover which include:

  • Third-party only is the minimum legal requirement if you want to drive on the roads in the UK.
  • Third-party, fire and theft is the same as third party only, but it'll also cover you for repair costs if your car is stolen.
  • Comprehensive car insurance is the top level of protection when it comes to car insurance. Not only does it cover you and your car, it'll also cover other people and their property for any damage caused.

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Page last reviewed: 20/05/2024

Reviewed by: Louise Thomas