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Suzuki car insurance

Compare car insurance prices for your Suzuki and find a cheaper deal

Why buy cheap Suzuki insurance from us?

  • Find affordable cover for your Suzuki
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Who is Suzuki?

Japanese car manufacturer Suzuki made silk looms when it was first launched in 1909, diversifying into cars in the 1930s. It’s now one of the biggest car companies in the world, with production facilities in more than 20 countries.

In the UK, its most successful model is the Suzuki Swift.

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How much does a Suzuki cost to insure?

The premium you pay to insure a Suzuki will depend on the model you have, as well as how old you are and whether you’ve had any accidents in the past. 


Insurers put cars into one of 50 different insurance groups, with those in group one costing the least to insure, and those in group 50 costing the most. So if your Suzuki is in a higher group, you’re likely to pay higher premiums. 


Our figures indicate that the Swift is the most expensive Suzuki model to insure in the UK, while the Celerio is the cheapest.

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    Three most popular models2

    1. Swift - £549 /year to insure  
    2. Alto - £552 /year to insure
    3. Swift GL - £1,016 /year to insure

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    Three most expensive models2

    1. Swift GL - £1,016 /year to insure
    2. Swift DDIS - £941 /year to insure
    3. Swift Sport - £887 /year to insure

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    Three least expensive models2

    1. Celerio SZ2 - £284 /year to insure
    2. Vitara - £357 /year to insure
    3. SX4 - £391 /year to insure

2Based on fully comprehensive car insurance policies with one driver holding a full UK licence. Data collected between September 2020 and March 2021, accurate as of May 2021.


Who drives a Suzuki?

Suzukis are most popular in the North West of England and Yorkshire and the Humber, which taken together are home to more than a quarter of the Suzukis insured via MoneySuperMarket. They are also a common choice of car in London.

Age-wise, Suzuki appeal to a wide range of motorists; while drivers aged 50 to 64 account for almost a fifth of Suzuki drivers who use MoneySuperMarket, 30 to 39-year-olds make up another 18% and a further 16% are 20 to 24-year-olds.2.


Average car insurance premiums by age and policy type

2Based on fully comprehensive car insurance policies with one driver holding a full UK licence. Data collected between September 2020 and March 2021, accurate as of May 2021.


What cover do I need for my Suzuki?

There are three main types of car insurance you can choose from when covering your Suzuki:

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    Fully comprehensive

    Fully comprehensive policies provide cover for your own car, as well as protecting you against the cost of damage done to a third party, their vehicle or their property

    £506 on average2

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    Third-party, fire and theft

    Third-party, fire and theft policies offer the same level of cover as third-party, but also adds protection for your own car if it’s stolen or damaged in a fire 

    £747 on average2

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    Third-party only

    Third-party only policies cover damage you cause to a third-party, their vehicle or their property. However it won’t pay out for damage to your own car

    £1,372 on average2

2Based on car insurance policies with one driver holding a full UK licence. Data collected between September 2020 and March 2021, accurate as of May 2021.

What extra features can I add to my Suzuki policy?

Most insurers allow you to add extra features to your car insurance policy. These include: 

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    Breakdown cover

    A breakdown cover policy pays out for roadside assistance should your car break down

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    Motor legal protection

    Motor legal protection helps to cover legal costs related to a car insurance claim you're involved in

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    Personal accident cover

    Personal accident cover offers a compensation pay out if you're injured or killed in a road accident

These extras will usually mean paying higher premiums, so it’s worth considering whether you really need them. You can learn more about the different options available with our guide to car insurance policy features


How can I cut the cost of my Suzuki insurance?

You may be able to reduce the cost of your Suzuki car insurance policy by:

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    Improving your car's security

    Adding factory-installed alarms and immobilsers will make your car more secure, and insurers reduce premiums as your risk profile falls

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    Choosing fully comprehensive

    Fully comprehensive car insurance policies offer the most complete level of cover. What's more, they're almost always the cheapest option 

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    Driving fewer miles

    The fewer miles you drive means the lower your chances are of being involved in an accident - reducing the risk for your insurer

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    Building your no-claims discount

    If you can avoid making any claims in a year, you'll begin to build up a no-claims discount that will earn you increasingly cheaper cover

Where can I find Suzuki car insurance?

Insuring your Suzuki is simple when you compare quotes with MoneySuperMarket. Just answer a few questions about yourself, your car, and the level of cover you’re looking for, and we’ll search the market for deals that match your requirements.

Once you’ve found the deal that best suits your needs, all you have to do is click through to the provider’s page to finalise your purchase. 


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