1.8t insurance cost

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1.8t insurance cost

Post by essextom » Fri Mar 18, 2016 5:32 pm

Just started my 20v conversion, it's got a k03s turbo and should be running 180bhp ish. Going to phone and get insurance quotes Monday but was wondering what other people pay? Just a rough ball park. I'm 32 9yrs ncb and no points. Cheers


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Re: 1.8t insurance cost

Post by Nate » Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:41 am

I'd be surprised if you couldn't get it below 200, unless you live somewhere really dodgy


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Re: 1.8t insurance cost

Post by Village Idiots » Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:34 am

Classic insurance is the way to go if you do less than 5000 miles per year.
I have a multi car policy for 5 cars, 3 of which are off the road. The 2 I use on a daily basis are a standard Scirocco Scala and a much modified Corrado. The latter has an R32 motor, giving over 250bhp, Quaife diff., lowered, 17" alloys, uprated brakes. Costs me about £450. The advantage of having 2 cars on the go is you can do more miles and if you have a problem with one, you still have a car to drive! I don't have a more modern car.



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Re: 1.8t insurance cost

Post by bengould » Tue Mar 22, 2016 7:16 pm

I pay about £250, at 33, no points and no NCB (doesn't count for a classic policy).

That is 5K miles per year and all mods declared.
Through RH insurance.

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Re: 1.8t insurance cost

Post by essextom » Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:23 pm

Cheers


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