Ford Ka+ 1.2 Studio – cheapest cars to insure
The Ka+ sits below the Fiesta and owes much of its design language to its big brother, although importantly, it is cheaper to buy
On top of the reliability, it also means that some of the Fiesta’s sporty handling makes its way into the Ka+, as does the relatively roomy proportions. That said, the boot and rear seats are smaller, but any reduction in dimensions will help with placement on the road.
On top of the low annual running costs, the Ka+ is amongst the cheapest new cars on sale in the UK. You will be limited for engine choice mind, as the range consists solely of a 1.2-litre four cylinder petrol in two outputs (69 or 84bhp), both of which return reasonable running costs and are more than happy to rev should you be that way inclined.
You will need to go for the 69bhp engine in Studio trim if you want to qualify for group 1 insurance. Moving up to Zetec trim with the same engine pushes it up to group 2, and adding the more powerful unit brings it all the way up to group 5.
Cheapest cars to insure 2019
Click the tabs on the top left of this page or the links below for full details on the cheapest cars to insure in the UK at the moment.
- 1IntroductionLooking for a car that’s cheap to insure? We’ve listed cars with the cheapest insurance group ratings on sale in the UK today
- 2Ford Ka+ 1.2 - currently readingThe Ka+ sits below the Fiesta and owes much of its design language to its big brother, although importantly, it is cheaper to buy
- 3Hyundai i10 1.0Like some of its competition the Hyundai i10 has grown up, while still retaining its ease of driving
- 4Nissan Micra 1.0A new modern face may be on the new Micra, but the same low running costs have remained
- 5Skoda Citigo/Volkswagen up!The Skoda Citigo and Volkswagen up! are great small cars, and both undercut their Spanish sister car, the SEAT Mii, for insurance groups
- 6Volkswagen Polo 1.0The new VW Polo is bigger than ever before, and brings a touch of class to the small car segment