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Porsche is a car manufacturer headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. Known as a producer of high-end, luxury sports cars, SUVs and sedans – if you have a Porsche you want to make sure it is insured. At esure, our comprehensive cover is designed to protect you and your car should you ever run into trouble on the road.


What does Porsche car insurance with esure cover?

The level of cover we offer our customers is the same regardless of the type of car they insure. When you choose esure Comprehensive Insurance you get all these great benefits:

  • Unlimited cover – if any third party dies or is injured by your car, including passengers.
  • Up to £20 million – to cover any damage you do to another person’s property with your car.
  • Defaqto 5 Star rated – quality cover, at a competitive price.
  • Windscreen cover – for repair and replacement, windows are covered too.
  • Courtesy car – so you can keep going while your car is being repaired by our recommended repairers.
  • Excellent claims service – we paid out 97% of completed car insurance claims in 2017.
  • 5 years guaranteed repair work – when you use our recommended repairers.
  • 24/7 Motoring legal advice line – get your motor legal queries answered.
  • Driving other cars – policy holder only, subject to eligibility.

Please note that esure only offer comprehensive insurance and third party, fire, and theft. If you’d like to know more please read our policy booklet.


Porsche Car Insurance groups

We insure plenty of Porsche models, so have pulled together a list of the insurance groups popular Porsche fall into. Of course we can’t mention every Porsche we insure so if your car isn’t on the list, it doesn’t mean we won’t insure it. Get a quote today to find out how much you could save.


Porsche Boxster Insurance Groups

The Porsche Boxster is a two-seater sports car that was produced from 1996 to 2016. It features a convertible roof along with powerful engines ranging from 2.8-litre to 3.8-litre, which contributes to it being in the higher insurance groups.

When it comes to trim, the current Boxster range has five different levels to choose from. You can also upgrade almost everything in the car, adding features like climate control, cruise control, heated seats and front fog lights. However, these optional features will move your car into higher insurance groups.


Please be aware this is a guide only, insurers may group these cars differently.

Model Insurance Group
Boxster (96–04) 34–46
Boxster (04–11) 43–48
Boxster (12–16) 42–46


Porsche Cayenne Insurance Groups

The Porsche Cayenne is a luxury 4x4 that has been in production since 2003. Its available engines include a 3.0-litre hybrid engine, a 3.6-litre petrol engine and a 4.2-litre V8 bi-turbo diesel engine. These larger engine sizes put the car into higher insurance groups.

The Cayenne has four-wheel drive as standard and is available with eight different trim levels. Owners can also choose from optional add-ons like soft-close doors, a heated windscreen, Adaptive Cruise Control and sat-nav. However, the additional add-ons may put your car into higher insurance groups.


Please be aware this is a guide only, insurers may group these cars differently.

Model Insurance Group
Cayenne (03–09) 44–50
Cayenne (10 onwards) 40–50


Porsche Cayman Insurance Groups

The Porsche Cayman is a two-seater sports car that was produced from 2005 to 2016. It’s available with six-speed manual transmission, or with a seven-speed semi-automatic transmission system called PDK. Available engines include 2.7-litre petrol and 3.4-litre petrol versions, pushing the Cayman into higher insurance groups.

Like all Porsches, the Cayman has numerous trim levels and optional add-ons available. Modern features like adaptive cruise control and a surround sound stereo are available, but they will move your car into higher insurance groups.


Please be aware this is a guide only, insurers may group these cars differently.

Model Insurance Group
Cayman (05–12) 42–46
Cayman (13–16) 37–48


Porsche 911 Insurance Groups

The Porsche 911 is a two-seater sports car, and the range has been around since the 1950s, and has been continually developed since then. Current models include engines ranging from 3.0-litre to 4.0-litre in size, putting the 911 into higher insurance groups.

The 911 is available with various trim levels, along with numerous add-ons such as sat-nav, gloss window frames and coloured seatbelts. There are also plenty of safety features to add, including Adaptive Cruise Control and Porsche’s Vehicle Tracking system, which allows the car to be located in case of theft. The cars premium specs and hi-tech features put it into the highest insurance groups, which can affect your Porsche car insurance quote.


Please be aware this is a guide only, insurers may group these cars differently.

Model Insurance Group
911 Coupé (97–04) 49–50
911 Coupé (01–06) 49–50
911 GT (11–12) 50
911 Speedster (10–12) 50
911 Targa (06–12) 49–50
911 Cabriolet (05–12) 50
911 Cabriolet (12 onwards) 49–50
911 Targa (12 onwards) 49–50
911 Turbo (13 onwards) 50
911 Coupé (12 onwards) 46–50
911 GT3 (13–16) 49–50


Porsche Macan Insurance Groups

The Porsche Macan is a five-door luxury SUV that has been in production since 2014. It has a standard-fit seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic gearbox, and four-wheel drive as standard. Both petrol and diesel engines are available, ranging from 2.0-litre to 3.6-litre in size, which puts the Macan into higher insurance groups.

Macan purchasers can choose from a vast array or add-ons such as body colours, alloy wheels, smartphone interfacing, interior lighting and various safety features. The Macan’s premium specs mean it is in insurance groups 35-46. Remember, if you have a lower trim level and fewer add-ons, you could pay less when buying insurance for a Porsche.


Please be aware this is a guide only, insurers may group these cars differently.

Model Insurance Group
Macan (14 onwards) 35–46



Add more to your Porsche car insurance

Get these great Optional Extras with your Porsche car insurance to enhance your cover. 

Motor Legal Protection

MLP can help you get back uninsured losses from the at-fault driver. These losses can include travel expenses and loss of wages incurred while you were without your car. If you have a claim that we think has a good chance of being successful in court the MLP £100,000 limit can be used to fund associated legal costs.

If you get summoned to court and are being prosecuted for a motoring offence MLP can help fund your defence costs up to £100,000.

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Breakdown Assistance
Breakdown Assistance

We work with the RAC to provide our customers with excellent roadside assistance–choose between 4 levels of breakdown cover and find out which one is right for you.

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Would esure insure my Porsche if I were to take it to Europe?

We do offer European car insurance if you wanted to take your Porsche to Europe. If you just use your certificate of insurance as proof you’ll be covered at most to a third party only level. But for a small fee you can match your protection to what you have in the UK. To find the full list of European countries we cover, please visit our European car cover page.


You could save money with esure Multicar

More than one car at home? Get Multicar benefits for everyone, from your partner or spouse, through to anyone who lives with you over 25.


A Multicar discount

On all cars once you have two or more cars insured with us. Nice.

1-Year Quote Promise

Your Multicar quote will be guaranteed for 1-year if your details don’t change. You can also add additional cars as and when you’re ready.

Separate Policies

If you make a claim on one policy it won’t affect the No Claim Discount on the other. Renewal dates are also kept separate so you can insure your cars at different times.

Off 20
Defaqto 2019
97% of Claims

*Completed car claims in 2018

CI Awards for Claims

About Porsche

The history of Porsche

The company began in 1931 when Ferdinand Porsche, a talented engineer, founded it in Stuttgart. He had already been working with cars for a long time, and had designed the first electric/gas hybrid back in 1900. Working for his own company in 1931, he used his expertise to design what would become the Volkswagen Beetle – one of the best-selling cars of all time.

The Porsche in the modern era

Over the next few decades, Porsche continued to develop and release new models, while also finding success on the racetrack. In 1964, it released the Porsche 911, its most iconic design. Porsche would experiment with newer models and face severe difficulties in the 70s and 80s, before returning to form in the 90s. The company realised that its classic designs were seen as timeless, and capitalised on this to become an extremely profitable manufacturer. On May 11, 2017, it built the one millionth 911 model car.



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