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How much is your insurance??

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Wozski, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    And who is it with?
    Just had a quote today
    £27 a month
    direct line
    9+ years no claims
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    2.0 tdi sport 2005
     
  2. matt_white88

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    Mine is due for renewal soon at the moment I am with Elephant and have 4 years no claims and have a 2.0tdi se and pay £128 a month :-(
     
  3. Ash B

    Ash B Well-Known Member

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    0 ncb 20years old with Admiral 2007 2.0tdi s-line 170 automatic £1,250 a year.
     
  4. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    and there was me thinkning mine was high!!
     
  5. sub39h

    sub39h Active Member

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    £1000 a year for me (23 year old male, no no claims but no accidents in 3 years), my sister (22) and my parents. would defos recommend admiral multicar if you've got a few cars in your family. they don't even have to be kept at the same address.
     
  6. smudge_don

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    I hate you

    20 years old
    1 years NCB
    2007 2.0TDI 170

    Paying £1400
     
  7. ashleyeagles

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    I got a quote for my new one when it arrives, Elephant, 4 YR NCB A3 2.0 140TDi BE - £263p/a :) Actually cheaper than the Ibiza FR I dirve at the minute - don't make sense really! Oh and i'm 27.
     
  8. Vertigo1

    Vertigo1 Well-Known Member

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    Zilch - I love company cars :)
     
  9. ashleyeagles

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    ummmmm and how much does the taxman clobber you each month for that! :p Still love em now? lol
     
  10. Vertigo1

    Vertigo1 Well-Known Member

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    Hehe, about £130-odd at the moment on the old company car tax but then that's literally all I pay for aside from personal fuel so still a good deal :)
     
  11. Ash B

    Ash B Well-Known Member

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    Haha...Who you with mate? Its not that bad £1,400, my insurance would be lower if i added my 15% discount on top.
    Dont matter anyway i dont have a 2.0tdi was the quotes i was getting when i put a deposit on one.
    Also if you add a female drive to the policy it drop in price.
     
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  12. PaulAr

    PaulAr S3 (8P)

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    I paid £1400 for an Astre GTE Cab 15yrs ago !!

    The car was only £2500:scared2:
     
  13. Finally Got An A3

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    £2,750 fully comp only driver
    1 ncb
    my areas been blacklisted so its gunna go up
     
  14. Brett Butler

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    Add a Driver even if it is your mum, for some unknown reason having a another named driver on the policy reduces it,,,, DON'T ask me why, it is a stupid stat that ins companies say that people with named drivers policy's have less accidents/claims, I think that is stupid and false to think that you are less likely to have an accident cos someone else is on the policy
     
  15. ashleyeagles

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    Guess we will let you off with that one then! Nice car - fully expensed for £130p/m - couldn't get finance for a blinking Kia at that! lol :p
     
  16. Ash B

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    Ouch how old are you mate? And who you insured with?
     
  17. V6Pete

    V6Pete Now running on Bentley's y'all

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    About £450 for me on a 3.2. Been quoted £600ish for an M3 (albeit garaged with tracker), so not unhappy with that either

    The joys of being over 30, 7 years NCB, 0 points and living in a posh village!
     
  18. dantdi

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    A3 2.0 tdi 170 (2007)
    5 years NCB
    24 years old
    £675.30
    just renewed it
     
  19. beanoir

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    Holy heavens above!!! you pay that much to insure a diesel!?!? Thats absurd, I hate insurance companies.

    Would it not be cheaper for you to actually move to another area!?
     
  20. beanoir

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    All makes a big difference eh Pete. I haven't paid over £500 for ages now for any of my cars.
     
  21. V6Pete

    V6Pete Now running on Bentley's y'all

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    Even better was my bike insurance - with Quidco it came to £24 for the year! Unbelievable...
     
  22. beanoir

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    Now that is good £s vs. performance!
     
  23. PH1L

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    1000 a year for the s3, 600 a year for the a3 3yrs ncb 1 accident (gone soon :)) male 22 years old garaged no points
     
  24. Finally Got An A3

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    I'm 19 currently with aviva
    last year I owner a 03 fiesta 1.4 lx, insurance with endsleigh, and it cost..... £5,300
    had to pay £381 a month, even with a named driver its high so mayswel just "ride solo" an get the ncb
     
  25. PH1L

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    have you tried tesco or admiral
     
  26. Ash B

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    mate thats stupid price, so you actually paid that? Dont mean to sound rude or anything but your insurance was worth more than the car. You need to shop around a bit more before paying insurance lol, add your mum, gf or a sister to a policy even an auntie or cousin or any random girl you may know lol and the price will go down quite alot. Also if you put your annual miles down insurance will be cheaper.
    I checked last week on a B5 Rs4 with discount from work £2,000 dont ask me how its cheaper than an S3, i'm waiting a reply back from work lol

    Thats not a bad price mate :) i checked for an S3 right now with discount from work £2,500! Think i'll wait till i get my 1ncb & a bit more discount haha
     
  27. Ash B

    Ash B Well-Known Member

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    Should be a lot cheaper with Admiral as it seems there alot cheaper for young people with expensive car makes
     
  28. PH1L

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    yeah the main reason i decided to go out and get one, the quote is no longer valid though and im scared to get another ill have to soon though!
     
  29. waring192

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    I pay £1250ish with the below...and im 24 with 4 NCB and 6 points
     
  30. PH1L

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    would actually be a good idea to post companies too i suppose so we can start playing the best off each other mine is admiral
     
  31. Ads

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    2.0TFSI, 33 years old, London, 12 years NCB.... £440 fully comp with Elephant.
     
  32. Ash B

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    Agree. no point trying to play Admiral, Elephant or Bell Car insurance again each other as Admiral own both of them.

    Dont blame you if my insurance on an S3 now was £1,500 or even just below £2k i'd go and get on. You should be fine mate getting another quote from them, just put everything the same in as you did before. Could even be cheap as time goes on.
     
  33. Ash B

    Ash B Well-Known Member

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    Wish my insurance was that cheap :(
     
  34. Ads

    Ads License to drive

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    ....and I wish I was 20 again mate. :(
    Wanna swap?
     
  35. PH1L

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    :laugh:
     
  36. Ash B

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    :lmfao: we have a deal
     
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    31 yrs old, 4 yrs no claims protected, London on a drive, 2.0 TFSI Quatt with most of my mods declared, with Admiral, £700, went up this year, first time ever!
     
  38. V16

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    20 years old, fully comp, 3yrs no claims, 3 points, £1,250 directline. not bad considering i paid £2,100 on a peugeot 307 1.4i when i was 17 :keule:
     
  39. willmac

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    Being a golden oldie at 41........... 380 quid a year, 12 years NCD protected , no points ( ever ) and I though that was steep ! How the hell some of you manage to stomach these insurance prices, it must be a killer !
    Mind you back in the dark ages when I were a lad my first car was a 1000cc mini that cost 300 quid and the insurance was 400 quid for 3rd party F&T, so relatively speaking not much has changed I suppose. Inflation eh !!
     
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    There are some advantages in being old. I'm 62 have max no claims, protected, no points currently and I pay £268 for insurance.
     

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