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Renewal came through yesterdayfrom Admiral.

Phoned areound to try and reduce it but no joy.

?920 (me 29, 6 years NCB, IAM driver, clean license) and wife (same but 26) living in Docklands.[:(][B)]
 

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It is worth it, I was paying ?1945 for my M3 when I was 23 - now that hurt but the car was worth it, then when I changed to my 51 plate Range ROver it went down to ?850 - the Rangie being worth 40k - so work that out!?!?!?!?
 

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Hard to put a value on insurance - Seems a bit random.

My mk2 GTi 8V was group 14, yet my Saxo VTR (about as quick) was group 7!

Apparently the R32 is a bit of a tricky one and sort of fits into it's own category.

Can afford it for now but it still hurts a bit.

Tom - How the HELL did you own an M3 aged 23?! Loaded parents or are you an internet whizz?!
 

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Quote: posted by The Walrus on 16/06/2004 11:00:25

Have you tried brentacre they are another specialist on VW's herts insurance brokers is the only other company I can think of

I used to be with Brentacre when I had the Mk 3. They were one of the most expensive quotes I received when I bought the R32 though because they said they only really deal with older cars.

Elephant were the cheapest for me for the R32 - 25 years old, 3 points, Protected No Claims, 8 years NCB, 2 named drivers - ?690!
 

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Thats odd as I have a 2001 1.8t chipped coilovers wheels different bumpers exhaust and a few other goodies and they came in with the best quote of ?730 9yrs ncb no points off street parking etc.

I have heard Herts use that excuse before about not doing newer cars did they even try and match the price ?
 
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