Popular Vans and Their Insurance Cost

The cost of van insurance varies depending on the model. Insurance for old model vans usually costs lower than brand new, except of course if the old model’s market value is still relatively high. This exception usually happens if the old model is a luxury or a top-of-the-line one. Before you get insurance for your vehicle, getting insurance quotes might give you an idea as to how much you could possibly be paying for your van insurance.

Van insurance cost also varies depending on the insurance companies. If you are going to shop for a van insurance online, be sure to get quotes from different companies. Check for the lowest price first before you decide to sign up for one.

Peugeot 206 is a stylish commercial van. This van model can be purchased for less than £10,000 so expect paying low premiums for this one. As for the Peugeot’s Boxer van model, ’94 models may be purchased for approximately £800. As for the newer models, the market prices vary from £13000 to £30000. Insurance rates for this model vary since they have different versions of the van.

Another van brand that will only require you to pay very low premium is the Hyundai H100 model. 1997 models can be bought for about £1500, whereas, 2000 models can be bought for about £3000 only.

Mazda B series vans’ insurance will also not require you to pay high premiums. Moreover, this model can also give you the best value for your money. This pick-up/van can be driven in different road conditions. This is a good utility truck for daily use.

Mercedes Benz Vito’s insurance cost varies depending on the year model. 1995 models or older may be arranged for some cheap van insurance. As for the other Mercedes Benz model, the Sprinter, you may have to shop around as its insurance price varies from one insurance company to another.

Mitsubishi’s L200 is not really a van but a pick-up truck. However, many companies purchase this model and use it as a van. Due to its versatility, this vehicle is preferred by many for commercial use. Estate agents, electricians, and builders find this model perfect for their business operations. If you want this vehicle but do not want to pay a hefty premium, consider buying any model made from 1988 to 2005 instead.

For the mini van category, Vauxhall Corsa is one of the best without having to pay a fortune in insurance premium. If you wish to purchase a bigger van, a Vauxhall Astra is a good choice. A second-hand Astra range from £1500 to £10000. The premium for this model is also relatively low.

Another mini van that you can have insured without paying much is the Volkswagen Caddy. A second-hand model can be purchased for as low as £6000. However, this mini van may not be a good choice for some heavy utility run.

If you do not have a van yet but are planning to purchase one, do not limit yourself to one model only. Shop around for some models first and then check out the quotes from different insurance companies.

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