In the market for a brand-new car? We’ve rounded up some of the latest models to help you choose.
If you’re looking for a new 67-plate car, you’re spoiled for choice with all the new models released recently. We’ve rounded up some of the latest offerings to help you decide on your next set of wheels — whether you’re looking for a compact runaround or a luxury SUV, there’s something for everyone.
And no matter what your upfront budget, don’t forget to compare insurance quotes and consider each car’s insurance group as this can significantly affect the cost of cover over the years.
Each car is assigned an insurance group from 1-50 — the lower the group number, the less it typically costs to insure (dependent on other factors such as your driving history). For more information on insurance groups and a list of some of the cheapest cars to insure, read our guide here. And if you’re looking for cars that are cheap to run, check out our list of fuel-efficient cars.
Latest releases: New cars 2017
Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Price: From £33,990
The new Stelvio is Alfa Romeo’s first-ever SUV model. Order books are open now, with deliveries of 67-plate cars available from September.
Insurance groups are yet to be announced, but with two-litre-plus turbocharged engines the Stelvio is likely to be at the higher end of the 50-group rating system.
Price: From £27,500
The all-new Koleos is a complete upgrade from the first-generation model, which was introduced in 2007. Another 5-seater SUV, it’s likely to compete with the new Stelvio from Alfa Romeo.
The new Koleos is available to order now, but insurance groups are yet to be announced. As a large SUV, it’s likely to be towards the top end of the insurance group scale.
Price: From £22,465
Mini’s largest model yet, the Countryman, is available to order now. Stretching the ‘Mini’ moniker to its limit, the new Countryman is actually an SUV set to compete with the likes of the Nissan Qashqai.
The new Mini Countryman has models in insurance groups 17-25, depending on engine size and trim level.
Price: From £18,995
The new all-electric version of Renault’s popular Zoe is currently available in showrooms. The new version has an impressive 250-mile range on a single charge, with new colours and trims available.
The Zoe should be at the lower end of the cost scale when it comes to insurance, with some models in insurance group 14.
Price: From £9,999
The new Suzuki Ignis, marketed as a compact 4×4, is one of the more affordable choices you can make if you’re looking for a brand-new 67-plate car, with a starting price less than £10,000.
The different Suzuki Ignis models available are spread across insurance groups 15-17.
Land Rover Discovery
Price: From £43,495
At the other end of the price spectrum is the new Land Rover Discovery. A firm favourite at the top end of the car market, the new Land Rover is available to order now.
The different Land Rover Discovery models range from insurance group 33 to 43 (out of a possible 50), putting it at the higher end of the insurance cost spectrum.
Price: From £11,995
A firm favourite since its first generation was released back in the 80s, a new Nissan Micra was released on 1 March.
The new Micra remains at the cheaper end of the spectrum for insurance, with entry-level Acenta and Visia+ models in group 3.
Price: From £11,995
Kia’s updated Rio is now available, at the same starting price as the Nissan Micra. The new Rio is a supermini in the same class as Volkswagen’s Polo and the ever-popular Ford Fiesta.
Perhaps one of the main selling points of the Rio is the potential insurance savings, with models starting in insurance group 2 — making it one of the cheapest cars to insure.
Price: From £16,995
The Hyundai i30 is an updated family hatchback and went on sale from 1 March. It’s available with a range of engine sizes, from a 1.0-litre petrol to a 1.6-litre diesel option.
The i30 has models in insurance group 8, ranging up to group 15 for some Premium and Premium SE models.
Price: From £36,355
The new, upgraded Audi Q5 hit the roads this April. The new model is an update on Audi’s best-selling model and is currently available with a choice of two 2.0-litre engines, with diesel and hybrid options coming later this year.
The Audi Q5 starts in insurance group 25, as you might expect from a luxury SUV of this value.