Insurance groups for Porsche Cars
Porsche cars are as eye-catching as they are desirable – being best known for their superbly engineered range of sports cars.
Year after year the Porsche 911 Turbo retains its reputation as one of the finest high performance cars of all time. Occupying the highest UK insurance group (IG 50), the Porsche 911 Carrera 3.4 is amongst the most expensive cars to insure, but with a starting price approaching £72,000 this is unlikely to put off potential buyers!
The fun-to-drive Porsche Boxster Roadster in 2.9 litre form is insurance group 43 and at £36,500 is half the price of a 911, making it a more popular choice, alongside the well equipped Porsche Cayman. Both have reasonable car insurance rates.
For the larger family, the Porsche Panamera is a luxury four seater sports coupe with improved practicality and exhilarating performance. UK insurance groups for current and past Porsche cars are provided in the table below.
For those seeking the ultimate in driving luxury, the Porsche Cayenne 4x4 offers sensational performance with superior ride and handling. However, at insurance group 40, the Porsche Cayenne is expensive to insure and run with high CO2 emissions and Benefit in Kind company car tax.
Porsche Car Insurance
Obtaining cheap Porsche car insurance can be a challenge – so we recommend shopping around using a price comparison site like www.confused.com as a starting point to compare rates from each UK insurance company. Current insurance bands for Porsche Boxster, Cayman, 911, 911 Turbo and Cayenne range from IG 40 – 50 (see below).
An alternate Porsche insurance quote can be obtained at www.directline.com who do not feature on price comparison websites.
Porsche Car Insurance Groups
The car insurance group for each Porsche car with 0-60 figures is provided in the table below:
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* Please note some of the details on this web site may differ between Insurance Companies, and should only be taken as a guide.
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