Who are you using for insurance?

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tegwin
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Who are you using for insurance?

Post by tegwin » Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:59 pm

Currently got a mk3 Polo GTI... Insured with direct line....


Toying with the idea of getting a Mk3 Ibiza Cupra 20VT... DirectLine wont quote me on their website....

Im 20, 1Yr NCB....A* area.... Anyone got any suggestions of insurance companies who dont want more than the car is worth? :D

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Re: Who are you using for insurance?

Post by shantybeater » Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:05 pm

green light ....greenlight....and greenlight...thats the only number you will need....(although i think you need to do it online & they phone you back)

-Phoned up when i was 22 with 1 years no claims for my 253bhp k03s cupra with all the trimmings : £980, EVERYWHERE else £2k +
-Phoned up for my 330bhp IHI VF34 powerhouse Cupra last September (24) with 2 years no claims: £789

Both cars have pages & pages of mods that I declared..

MAKE sure you mention you are an online clubmember on Seatcupra.net as they give a % discount

Tbh though it wont be easy to get a really cheap quote at your age with only 1 years ncb, let me know if you get any better quotes so I can ring them up..but personally if greenlight dont give you a good quote i'd just give up!lol

and good choice btw, absolutely love the mk3 cupra, its a great car with an even greater engine :)

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Re: Who are you using for insurance?

Post by stani540 » Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:22 pm

I swapped my mk5 polo 1.4 8v for a mk3 cupra when i was 19 and never looked back im also 20 now with 0 ncb and i have been quoted 1.5k jus using confused.com etc, you years ncb should help you but i cant see it being a huge step up from what your paying on the gti for so much more car!

best decision i ever made, mines revo'd to roughly 200bhp and it still destroys alot of cars out there, one being the civic type r :D

look to get one thats already got a remap on it as you will be wanting it!

Id do as james says and get on to greenlight

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Re: Who are you using for insurance?

Post by tegwin » Wed Apr 01, 2009 3:10 pm

Hmmm... Greenlight have made me very happy... its cheaper to insure than the GTI... Although I do need to be 20 with 1 years NCB.... Wont happen until June and September respectivley :(

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Re: Who are you using for insurance?

Post by stani540 » Sun Apr 05, 2009 10:54 pm

good stuff you can pick up some great cupra bargains now keep us posted on what you decide to do!

oh and what did they quote you????

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Re: Who are you using for insurance?

Post by tegwin » Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:12 am

was about 1300.... which is what I paid this year for my GTI....

Need to find a cupra to have a drive in..... Anyone in the Malvern/Worcester area with one who wants to show it off? :mrgreen:

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