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Old 12-30-2011, 02:19 AM   #1
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Insurance...

What do we all think the 86 and BRZ will cost for insurance.

I will most prob have to go with Just Car Ins as I am not over 25 so no other insurance will cover me.

I am hoping this will be different as this isn't a turbo car :P

I currently am paying 1200 a year for my Aristo which is a twin turbo car...

So I hope it's alot less then that!!!
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Old 12-30-2011, 03:18 AM   #2
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I'd think it should cost me around $800 with Shsnnons.

That's what I'm currently paying for my Golf GTI.
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Old 12-30-2011, 03:52 AM   #3
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For perspective, as a 26yo my MX-5 SE (factory turbo) was $1050 a year through QBE. That was with only a $500 excess and car value of 30k.

At 28, I'm expecting insurance for the 86 to be similar, perhaps a little cheaper.
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Naturally aspirated will be a whole bucket of win here, haha.

Just got a quote through Just Car Insurance. Based on an MX5 with a sale price of $40,000 (I figured that was the closest comparison based on drivetrain, power:weight ratio, etc)... it was $914 with a $400 excess or $846 with a $600 excess. That's based on me being the youngest driver (at age 25) and in a lower-middle class suburb.

Just realised I no longer have an extra age excess since I turned 25 in October. Winning! Pity I no longer have a turbo car now...
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Old 12-30-2011, 11:10 PM   #5
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Naturally aspirated will be a whole bucket of win here, haha.

Just got a quote through Just Car Insurance. Based on an MX5 with a sale price of $40,000 (I figured that was the closest comparison based on drivetrain, power:weight ratio, etc)... it was $914 with a $400 excess or $846 with a $600 excess. That's based on me being the youngest driver (at age 25) and in a lower-middle class suburb.

Just realised I no longer have an extra age excess since I turned 25 in October. Winning! Pity I no longer have a turbo car now...
Good thinking will give that a try now :P
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Turned out pretty good with Just Car.

So 22 Year old said car was 40k... agreed value.
lower - mid class neigh.
$936 Per Amm.
Exess 400
+ Age 22 - 25 year excess 350.

So I am pretty happy with that!!!

So I am praying that the 86 Cost this much!

Sent a general enquire to Just Car :P -
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Old 12-30-2011, 11:25 PM   #7
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I'm paying $1,760 with Just Car - 22 yo, lower-middle class neighbourhood, MY10 Impreza 2.0 R

Excess $550 + Age $600 + Ad-Just $200

Probably because I reside in Victoria?
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Driving record? how long have you been driving for?

I got my license back in 2006 and have rating one.
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Since January 2008 - Rating 4...that might explain a lot.
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Yes that explains a lot it goes down a fair bit one raiting one
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Tis bullshit that you have to wait to the age of 25 to start to see your insurance premiums come down.

At one point i was considering a runabout 1.2 polo TSI, the insurance companies where wanting 1200-1400k just because the motor was forced induced, regardless of the tiny motor cubic capacity.

dumb.

Insurance for the BRZ and 86 has got to be cheap due to the naturally aspirated motor configuration. Im assuming insurance will be around the Mazda MX5 range. Maybe a tad cheaper than what Smacca gets for his Mazda.
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:26 AM   #12
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Your insurance policy should say it...

But you start on 5 and it increase/decreases each year you don't have a crash...
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Talking about insurance costs is like talking about "how much do you spend at the grocery store?" There are too many factors that play into insurance premiums. Even your zip code makes a difference. The best thing an individual can do is shop his own local market and go with the one that seems the best.
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Dont count on turning 25 giving you a break. I turned 25, no other factors changed, and my insurance went up $100. Mine is due next month so I will see how it goes.
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Dont count on turning 25 giving you a break. I turned 25, no other factors changed, and my insurance went up $100. Mine is due next month so I will see how it goes.
Which company?

And I tested it out to see what it was like if i said i was 26... made it a couple 100 cheaper...
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