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The insurance group rating of a car plays an important role in helping insurance companies determine how much your premiums will be.

The insurance group rating system works by assigning all new cars a number between 1-50 – which represents the level of risk of insuring the vehicle (find out more about how it all works here).

Those with higher ratings are considered a higher risk, and will therefore attract larger premiums.

The rating is based on a number of factors, including the value of the car when new, repair costs, performance (i.e. top speed) and the price of spare parts.

What insurance group is my car?

We’ve put together the below list detailing car insurance groups 1-10, so that you can find out exactly what insurance group your car is in.

Click on the insurance group below to see which cars fit into each category.

Note: some vehicles are listed in more than one group as different model variations have a higher rating.

Cars in insurance group 1
Cars in insurance group 2
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Cars in insurance group 10
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Cars in insurance group 20

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