In production since 1976*, the Ford Fiesta has become a stalwart of the motoring industry. Its accessible running costs and ever-evolving design has kept this model among Britain’s best-selling motor vehicles^.
3 things to know about the Ford Fiesta
- The first Fiesta launched in 1976 and the model has been reinvented seven times since then, the most recent arriving in 2017**.
- The luxury Vignale^^ trim has been applied to the Ford Fiesta in 2017 and is now available in many of its variants.
- The Fiesta was the UK’s biggest selling car model in 2019, with almost 80,000 new Fiestas registered†.
Did you know?
The Fiesta has won a raft of awards throughout the years, including WhatCar?’s “Car of the Year” in 2009‡, and Top Gear Magazine’s “Car of the Year” for 2018††.
Looking for Ford Fiesta insurance?
At Ageas, we have experience in providing Ford insurance to drivers across the UK.
Whether you’ve been driving your Fiesta for years or have just invested in the model’s latest edition, you may be able to enjoy all the benefits of our comprehensive car insurance cover. We allow you to make a claim 24/7, ensuring we get things moving as soon as possible if you need our help. And, with plenty of optional extras to add, including breakdown cover, you can ensure your policy goes the extra mile if you need it to.
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See how Ageas can help with your Ford Fiesta car insurance when you start your car insurance quote today.
Ford Fiesta car insurance groups and tax bands
When deciding on a premium for your Ford Fiesta insurance, insurers will look at lots of information about yourself and the car you drive, so they can determine your level of risk. This allows the provider to estimate your likelihood of making a claim, and what the scale of those claims might be.
You may know that factors like your age and where you live are often looked at, while the insurer will also want to know about the car you drive. As part of this, they may look at the vehicle’s ‘insurance group’. Insurance groups are bandings running from 1-50 that reflect the costs and risks associated with that particular model, whereby cars that are cheaper to repair and have better safety records fall into the lowest groups.
Another banding system to be aware of is the one used for vehicle tax. Formally known as Vehicle Excise Duty, this tax is charged annually, and how much you’ll need to pay in the first year the car is registered depends on its CO2 emissions. It’s charged at a flat rate for each year thereafter.
Tax bands and insurance groups for some Ford Fiesta models include:
|Model||Insurance Group||Tax Band|
|Ford Fiesta Active 1 EcoBoost 1.0l Manual 123bhp||12||G|
|Ford Fiesta Active Edition EcoBoost 1.0l Manual 94bhp||10||H|
|Ford Fiesta ST-Line X EcoBoost 1.0l Manual 138bhp||15||G|
|Ford Fiesta Titanium EcoBoost 1.0l DCT 94bhp||10||G|
|Ford Fiesta Trend Ti-VCT 1.1l Manual 74bhp||4||G|
|Ford Fiesta ST-Line Edition EcoBoost Hybrid 1.0l Manual 153bhp||17||G|
|Ford Fiesta Active X TDCi 1.5l Manual 118bhp||14||G|
|Ford Fiesta ST 1 EcoBoost 1.5l Manual 197bhp||28||H|
At Ageas, we do our best to find a policy for as many drivers as possible. But we cannot promise we can offer cover for everyone and every car, and you may find that some editions of the Ford Fiesta are excluded.
We will determine if we can provide you with a quote based on several factors that include your car and your personal circumstances.