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  1. The 10 Cheapest Cars to Insure

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    Owning a car is not always the cheapest. With the cost of fuel, maintenance and car insurance, it can all add up. Car insurance is expensive, and seems to be rising with each passing year.

    There are a number of ways to bring the cost of your car insurance down, and choosing a car in the right insurance group is high up on the list. When choosing a car to buy it is important to consider insurance group ratings, each car is assigned to an insurance group, group 1 cars are the cheapest to insure, and group 50 cars are the most expensive to insure. Cars are rated on their price, performance, repair cost and security. As the driver you are also judged based on, age, occupation, where you live and your driving record, these are all factors that come into play when calculating the overall insurance cost. Here at Warrantywise we have compiled a list of cars with low insurance costs, scroll down to see.

    Hyundai i10

    The new second generation Hyundai i10, falls into insurance group 1, therefore, making it cheaper to insure than previous models. Equipped with 1.0 litre engine, the i10 is a fantastic city car with low running costs, and can handle the motorway just like a bigger and more expensive car. The i10 features an interesting design, with an improved ride, therefore, making it an ideal first car for young drivers.

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    Fiat Panda 

    For those looking for a cheap, small car, with low running costs, the Fiat Panda is the ideal choice. The spacious car offers a decent drive, and with its tall body there is a good amount of interior space, as well as many customisation options available.  Thanks to its big windows, the car offers great visibility, making it an easy car to drive with decent fuel economy.

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    Toyota Yaris

    The Yaris is a great option if you are looking to buy a cheap car with impressive safety ratings, featuring 2nd on the Warrantywise reliability table, the Yaris may be the cheapest car to insure based on your driving history. The Yaris is a great city car due to its compact size and eco models.

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    Vauxhall Corsa

    The Corsa is a very popular car amongst many drivers, making it one of Britain’s best selling cars. The entry-level Corsa Sting and Corsa Life come in at just group 2, making it one of the cheapest cars to insure on our list. The Corsa has reasonable running costs, and is an overall good value car with modern interior.

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    Volkswagen Up!

    An impressive small car, the Volkswagen Up! is one of the cheapest to insure featuring in group 1. The Up! is a smart looking car, great to drive and with an impressive economical engine, it is one of the best city cars on the market.

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    SEAT Mii

    The SEAT Mii is an environmental friendly cost effective car, and due to it’s low emissions it is exempt from road tax, making it an even more affordable car on top of its low insurance costs.  With its agile handling, and great visibility the Mii is great fun to drive, on both local roads and the motorway.

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    Ford KA

    Worry about fitting your car in to a small parking space?  The Ford Ka is your answer. Due to its compact size you will never have to worry about fitting it in to small parking spaces. The KA is cheap to run, buy and insure, making it the perfect all rounder.

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    Dacia Sandero

    The 5 door spacious Dacia Sandero is one of the cheapest cars to buy and insure, making it a perfect family car for those on a budget. It is a surprisingly large car with more interior space than its rivals. It comes well equipped as long as you avoid the basic model, and is enjoyable to drive.

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    Skoda Citigo

    The Skoda Citigo, falls into insurance group 1 as a result of its low price. The driving experience of the Skoda Citigo, is what sets the car apart from its rivals. Thanks to its light controls and engineering the Citigo is a satisfying drive on both local roads and the motorway.

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    Nissan Qashqai 

    The Qashqai proves that it is not always city cars and small hatchbacks that are affordable to drive and run. The interior space offers passengers with plenty of legroom. The Qashqai is a small SUV, and is near enough as cheap to run a conventional family hatchback. Although more expensive to insure than other makes mentioned, the low running cost makes the Qashqai an ideal choice for families.

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  2. Warrantywise Ultimate Car Warranty Revealed: Cover For a Used Bugatti Veyron

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    • Warrantywise’s most expensive cover to-date: a warranty for one of the world’s fastest and most advanced cars, the Bugatti Veyron
    • Due to be sold by Tom Hartley, Britain’s premier high-end car dealer, the Veyron will come with a twelve-month Warrantywise warranty included
    • The million-pound supercar will be covered by a Platinum Plus warranty which costs £10,000, offering unlimited claims up to the value of the car
    • The Bugatti Veyron is powered by an 8.0-litre quad-turbo engine, producing as much as 1,200hp and with an ‘unrestricted’ top speed of 267.8mph
    • For more sensible warranty cover, we offer plans for popular models like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf from just £19 per month

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    Warrantywise.co.uk has revealed details of its ultimate cover: a Platinum Plus warranty for one of the world’s most exclusive cars, the Bugatti Veyron. The £2m supercar, which is available from Tom Hartley, Britain’s premier high-end car dealer, will be sold as standard with a £10,000 twelve-month Platinum Plus warranty.

    As one of the world’s fastest, most desirable and most complex vehicles, the Bugatti Veyron needs a very special warranty – in this case Warrantywise’s highest level of cover, Platinum Plus. Warrantywise will cover any repairs up to the retail value of the car, including wear and tear, plus roadside assistance and car hire.

    The Platinum Plus warranty covers all mechanical and electrical parts, including oil seals, labour rates, air-conditioning, gaskets, drive belts, wiring looms and radiators. And with a total of ten radiators, four turbochargers and sixteen cylinders, a Warrantywise warranty will be a welcome inclusion for the Veyron’s new owner.

    But the Bugatti’s complexity is necessary for its incredible performance. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, accelerates from 0-62mph in 2.5 seconds, and is still officially the ‘Guinness Book of World Records Fastest Production Car’, hitting an ‘unrestricted’ top speed of 267.8mph.

    Away from the world of 200mph-capable supercars, Warrantywise also provides cover for some of the UK’s most popular models at more affordable prices. Cover for cars like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf, for example, start from just £19 per month.

    Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise, said:

    “The Bugatti Veyron is one of the most incredible cars ever built, but it comes with a price to match. Servicing and repair costs will always run into the tens-of-thousands, so we wanted to provide Tom Hartley and the Bugatti’s new owner with the best possible cover to make sure there are no unexpected bills at the start of their ownership. We’ve got experience in covering almost every car on the road, from Fords to Ferraris, but this latest Bugatti warranty is really the pinnacle of our line-up.”

    Warrantywise have provided Tom Hartley with warranty cover for more than 12 years –Click here to check out the Tom Hartley Case Study

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  3. Warrantywise Case Study #7 – Dimitri Romanos

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    Every month Warrantywise contact a customer who has received excellent service from us and has been paid for a repair. This month Warrantywise contacted Dimitri Romanos. Find out what he has to say for yourself here!

    Key Facts
    Make Model Fault Code Amount Paid
    Mazda 5 Braking System £1328.81

    Mr Romanos purchased his Mazda 5 from a local car dealer in May 2015, where he was offered the option of purchasing a Warrantywise car warranty. Mr Romanos had a look through the cover and decided that it was important for him to cover his car with a warranty. Since then he has renewed his policy with us and has been a customer for over one and a half years.

    His recent repair was the second repair he had encountered in his Mazda 5.  The fault occurred when Mr Romanos started to hear a noise when driving, and noticed warning lights on his dashboard, so he took the car to his local garage. The car was later diagnosed as having a fault in the braking system.

    “A load of warning lights came on and the car was making a noise. So I took it to the garage, gave them my warranty book and they said they will sort it for me.”

    The car was returned to Mr Romanos fully working. We asked him how he found the service provided by Warrantywise, he said,

    “It was a really straightforward, nice and easy process, and I have recommended you to family and friends who are looking to buy a car warranty.”

    Mr Romanos described his overall experience with Warrantywise, stating,

    “It has to be one of the easiest, stress free repairs I have ever been through in my 25 years of driving, thank you.”

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    Fault Code Amount
    Engine £3500.00
    Differential £1831.02
     Engine £1822.88
    Fuel Injection Pump £1418.98
    Braking System £1328.81

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  4. Top 5 Warrantywise Car Repair Bills Paid in October

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    OCTOBER

    Do you worry about expensive car repair bills? If your car goes wrong, it’s likely you’ll be met with one. You may see it as part and parcel of owning a car or van but you have to admit, when it really comes down to it, hassle free motoring is what we all want. When your vehicle is in the garage there’s a scenario most motorists experience at some point in their lives; that feeling of the unknown where one can only speculate and hope to know the outcome of the repairer’s assessment.

    Let us make it clear that it isn’t our intention to scaremonger with this post. When your manufacturer’s warranty expires, the car repair bills are your responsibility, so why not take out an extended car warranty and let us foot the bill? Warrantywise offer a used car warranty that is simply the best in the business, and below are the most expensive car repair bills paid in October for our customers. By showing them to you we hope you see the worth in protecting your bank balance this year and beyond. The following table illustrates the Top 5 Warrantywise Car Repair Bills Paid in October.

    Make Model Fault Code Amount Paid
    VOLKSWAGEN GOLF R32 Engine  £3084.00
    MASERATI GRANCABRIO Suspension £2400.12
    AUDI  R8 Shock Absorber £2302.06
    BMW X5 Differential £2161.69
     CITROEN GRAND Gearbox £1988.72

    Find out what we’ve paid out in car repair bills for your car here – Simply choose your vehicle’s make from the drop-down menu.

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  5. Dealer Case Study- Tom Hartley

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    Tom Hartley has been buying and selling luxury, performance and classic cars for more than 43 years, as a result gaining a respectable reputation in the dealer motoring industry. His showroom is home to the widest array of luxury, performance and classic cars available in the UK. Selling top brands from the likes of Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Bugatti, Jaguar, Aston Martin as well as Classic Cars.

    Warrantywise went to visit Tom Hartley recently, to speak to him about his experience with the company. Warrantywise were shown around the 40-acre Hartley countryside estate in Derbyshire that houses the supercars. Tom stated that his aim is to ensure the quality, luxury and heritage him and his son Carl have worked hard to portray in Tom Hartley, is also visible and carried through from a warranty company. Protecting his luxury used cars with a warranty that him and his customers can trust is important to him.

    Warrantywise have provided Tom Hartley with the UK’s Best Used Car Warranty for over 12 years. Tom stated, since dealing with Warrantywise “we’ve had a great relationship, we’ve never ever had any problems, they honour their warranty cover and they do it very efficiently.” Tom went on to state the process of dealing with Warrantywise as straightforward and simple, praising the one-to-one service Warrantywise provide to car dealers.

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    Tom Hartley is one of the leading motor dealers in the industry, having dealt with repeat and new business for over four decades. Tom specified that the key to repeat business is through maintaining a reputable and good relationship with customers. Tom stated that, ensuring customers are happy with their car as well as the aftercare, is only possible with a warranty. He explained that Warrantywise understand the value of business, so when a customer encounters a fault with the car, Warrantywise adhere to it straightaway and get it repaired.

    When asked why he chose Warrantywise, Tom stated, as our cars are sold worldwide, it is important to gain a reputation of trust with customers, which encourages repeat business, “Being established for over 43 years, it is very important to us that our customers are very comfortable with the warranty we put on our used cars.” He continued by saying,

    “When we sell a car with the name Tom Hartley on it and a Warrantywise cover we are 100% happy.”

    Tom identified similarities in Warrantywise and Tom Hartley stating, “I see a lot of Warrantywise strengths and services as the same as Tom Hartley, it is a family owned business and they understand the importance of dealing with issues and how quick they have to be dealt with.”

    Adding to the reputation factor, Tom stated,

    “When anybody see’s the name Quentin Willson in contact or connected to any business, they’re going to assume it’s the best. I have no doubt in my mind that there isn’t a better warranty company in this country.”

    Tom praised the Warrantywise repairs process as being simple and easy to deal with stating, cars do break down that’s why they have warranties. Further going on to describe the Warrantywise warranty cover to the equivalent, and just as good as a franchise dealerships or manufacturers warranty.

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  6. Driving Etiquette Around the World

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    The mechanics of driving a car varies little wherever you go; however, the laws, unwritten rules and cultural etiquette that govern roads can be drastically different, even between neighbouring countries.

    iCarhireinsurance researched the rules across 6 countries, as well as some of the wackier driving customs from around the world, and visualised it in an easy to digest guide so travellers planning on driving abroad canavoid upsetting the locals, not to mention expensive fines and stints in a cell.

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  7. Warrantywise Case Study #6- Mr Samiloff

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    Mr Samiloff 

    Vauxhall Astra @ £32.50 per month

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    I own a Vauxhall Astra Elite 2010. In February of 2016 I had an automatic gearbox failure. All transmission had gone, also water pump, oil cooler leaking. Without any problems from Warrantywise. They paid the main dealership for the repair. With a new gearbox I’ve been with them for sometime, and never had a problem.

    02 September 2016 

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    Fault Code Amount
    Gearbox, Transmission, Pump £2511.71
    Sun Roof Motor £2142.35
    Fuel Injection Pump £1788.98
    Gearbox (auto) £1745.00
    Diesel Fuel Pump £1738.00

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    Mr Samiloff has been a valuable customer for many years. He contacted us when he encountered a problem with his car, the repairing garage diagnosed the car with various gearbox faults, including a water pump seal leak. We are very pleased we could help Mr Samiloff, and were able to authorise the payment in full with the plan holder not having to pay a penny!

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  8. Top 5 Warrantywise Car Repair Bills Paid in September

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    Do you worry about expensive car repair bills? If your car goes wrong, it’s likely you’ll be met with one. You may see it as part and parcel of owning a car or van but you have to admit, when it really comes down to it, hassle free motoring is what we all want. When your vehicle is in the garage there’s a scenario most motorists experience at some point in their lives; that feeling of the unknown where one can only speculate and hope to know the outcome of the repairer’s assessment.

    Let us make it clear that it isn’t our intention to scaremonger with this post. When your manufacturer’s warranty expires, the car repair bills are your responsibility, so why not take out an extended car warranty and let us foot the bill? Warrantywise offer a used car warranty that is simply the best in the business, and below are the most expensive car repair bills paid in September for our customers. By showing them to you we hope you see the worth in protecting your bank balance this year and beyond. The following table illustrates the Top 5 Warrantywise Car Repair Bills Paid in September.

    Make Model Fault Code Amount Paid
    LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 3 Engine  £5084.00
    RENAULT KANGOO Gearbox £3252.34
    VOLVO  XC60 Differential £2781.88
    FIAT 500 Engine £2034.00
     BMW X3 Differential £1986.56

    Find out what we’ve paid out in car repair bills for your car here – Simply choose your vehicle’s make from the drop-down menu.

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  9. Warrantywise Reveals The Real Cost of Exotic Car Repairs

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    • Warrantywise data reveals the real cost of repairs for exotic cars from the likes of Lamborghini, Maserati, Aston Martin and Porsche
    • Warrantywise’s biggest pay-out is for £15,000 to a Lamborghini Murcielago owner for major engine repairs – Warrantywise cover is just £166 per month on average for a Murcielago
    • A Porsche 911 and Maserati 4200 are the second and third largest pay-outs, of around £10,000 each for engine repairs
    • Also in the top 10 is a £9,500 gearbox replacement for a Nissan GT-R and £8,057-worth of gearbox repairs on an Aston Martin Vanquish
    • For more sensible warranty cover, Warrantywise offers plans for popular models like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf from just £19 per month

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    Warrantywise.co.uk has revealed the true cost of exotic car repairs, with data detailing its largest ever payouts. A Lamborghini Murcielago tops the list, with a major engine mechanical repair bill of £15,000 fully covered by WarrantyWise. By contrast, covering your Murcielago at Warrantywise’s highest level of service will set you back just £166 per month.

    The top ten list and beyond is full of some of the world’s most famous performance cars, with the top three largest payouts covering major engine mechanical repairs.  Following the Lamborghini in Warrantywise’s second and third largest payouts were a Porsche 911 and a Maserati 4200 with bills of around £10,000 each. The average monthly cost of Warrantywise cover for each of the cars is £82 and £146 respectively.

    Gearbox issues can leave owners with a hefty bill, too, with big repair costs of just under £10,000 for Aston Martin’s Vanquish and DB9 models needing major repairs to their automatic gearboxes.

    Away from the largest repair payouts, Warrantywise’s data reveal just how expensive relatively minor issues can be in complex, exotic cars. Repairing the ECU in a Ferrari 360, for example, came with a bill of nearly £2,000, with a similar amount required for wheel bearing repairs in a Ferrari 355.

    An air-conditioning fix in a Maserati GranTurismo resulted in a £1,885 payout from Warrantywise and replacing the water pump in a GranTurismo Spider commanded a repair payout of £2,278.

    Even the more run of the mill cars aren’t immune to a crippling bill, though, with payouts of more than £5,000 each for family favourites, the Renault Grand Espace and Volkswagen Passat.

    Warranties at this more sensible end of the scale, including for popular models like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf, start from just £19 per month.

    Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise, said:

    “When you lay out all the repair payouts Warrantywise makes, you can see why so many of our customers swear by our service – especially on an exotic car where the bills are rarely cheap. But the fact that we also have the likes of Renault and Volkswagen in our largest ever payouts just goes to show that all cars have the potential to go very badly wrong – and the resulting repair bill can be large enough to really disrupt your life.”

    Warrantywise Top 10 Most Expensive Authorised Repairs 

    Make Model Issue Amount Paid
    Lamborghini Murcielago Engine (Major Mechanical)  £15,000
    Porsche 911 Engine (Major Mechanical) £10,051.63
    Maserati  4200 Engine (Major Mechanical) £10,000
    Ferrari 550   Electrical (major) £9996.52
    Nissan GT-R Replace Gearbox £9,500
     Nissan GT-R Gearbox (selector) £9,500
     Aston Martin Vanquish Gearbox Auto £8,057.56
     Aston Martin DB9 Gearbox Auto £7315.45
     Lamborghini Gallardo F1 Actuator £6437.27
     Ferrari 575 Gearbox (selector) £6161.21

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  10. Thinking of Buying an EV?

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    Electric vehicles – or EVs for short – have become increasingly popular over the last few years and, for many drivers, there is a strong urge to finally make the jump across. Yet, unless you’re prepared ahead of time, you might find jumping to an EV to be a big shock.
    After all, while somethings change, many things remain the same. EVs might represent the future of driving in many ways, but there’s still plenty of old technology available as well. So, if you’re thinking about buying an EV, here’s what you need to know.

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    What’s Different?

    The Engine

    Obviously, the big difference here is the fully electric engine, which brings the biggest changes. The largest shock for many new people – especially if you’re coming from a petrol or diesel car, rather than a hybrid, is getting use to the act of charging your car.

    While it might feel like a normal car, you need to resist the natural urge to pull over into a petrol station. On the other hand, you also need to get use to parking somewhere suitable for overnight charging. It might seem like much, but this changes many aspects of how you drive.

    The Sound

    Similar changes include how the car feels. Popular EVs, such as the Nissan Leaf or infamous Tesla, are well known for having quiet engines. When your car doesn’t make the sounds of a typical motor – or barely any sound at all – how do you know when something is wrong?

    The Running Costs

    Aside from the green benefits, one of the biggest differences in owning an EV is the cost difference. Since you’re not paying for premium petrol, a large part of your expenses can often disappear and, as long as you’ve got good insurance, the same can be said for numerous other expenses. Of course, you still have the high buying price at the start, but this is true of any brand new vehicle.

    What’s the Same?

    Okay, so if that’s a look at what is different, which key aspects are staying the same. Fortunately, there are a lot of practical aspects that currently face no major changes in EV models.

    Suspension

    Other than the engine, many of the internal components are very much the same. These cars still have a typical car suspension system, so they can still be damaged by a deep pothole or rough road surface. Furthermore, even the smartest Tesla can’t do all of this work for you – it helps to check the car once in awhile as well.

    While most EVs are often driven in inner city environments, this doesn’t mean you should neglect these areas. The moment you drive onto a rougher road you will notice. Don’t forget that even the most well maintained city is home to the odd speed bump or pothole that can disrupt your vehicle, no matter what you happen to drive.

    Wheels and Tyres

    Likewise, they are still connected by four traditional wheels. This means you still need to maintain balanced air pressure and tyre choice (such as switching to reliable winter models when the snow begins to fall) for the vehicle itself – all of which should come as second nature to any experienced driver.

    Furthermore, this allows you to experiment like a normal car, opting for different wheels and tyres to fine tune the vehicle’s performance. This isn’t for everyone, yet an online tyre size calculator will still work on an EV, so it is something to keep in mind.

    How Does it Handle?

    With all this in mind, how will an EV actually handle? While the physical act of driving is still the same, experienced drivers often notice a big difference. The engine doesn’t throttle or roar when you accelerate and many EVs, such as the Tesla S, have something akin to an automatic gearbox, since the engine doesn’t require you to shift mechanical components, instead letting you to choose driving modes.

    In short, buying an EV will certainly come with a number of changes, but this is inevitable. As these cars become more and more popular, it only makes sense to make the change and become familiar with this form of transport.

    By Giles Kirkland

    Warrantywise is the UK’s first aftermarket warranty for EVs, to get a quote visit  www.warrantywise.co.uk/quote 

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