Skoda has revealed the insurance ratings for its new Fabia Estate vehicle.
The Czech car marker claims that the prices are "good news" for motorists who usually struggle to pay their bills.
Figures from the firm show that an entry-level 1.2-litre engine vehicle can be bought from £9,360 and would fall into band one – representing the cheapest prices on the market.
The automobile manufacturer adds that those looking to purchase the more-powerful 1.9 TDI PD Fabia Estate 3 for £13,775 will find that the model comes under either bands two or three.
According to the company, this represents "good news for stretched family budgets".
Skoda is the Czech Republic’s leading automobile manufacturer and its origins date back to a bicycle shop in the 1890s.
In 1991, the firm was bought by Volkswagen and became a subsidiary of the German brand.