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since no one here owns a 370Z yet, we can only speculate. so, i'll start with this story. when i was deciding whether to get an 07 G35 Coupe or

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Old 12-16-2008, 02:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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since no one here owns a 370Z yet, we can only speculate.

so, i'll start with this story.

when i was deciding whether to get an 07 G35 Coupe or an 08 G37 Coupe and ended up going with the G37.
I called my insurance agent and gave the vin#, they called me back saying it would cost 900 with tax per year...so i took it.
then i asked what the insurance premium would have been if i bought a 07 G35 Coupe, she runs the numbers and it comes out to 1300 with tax per year.
I was confused by this, how is that a newer model car with more power under the hood have a lesser premium... i was totally dumb founded by this.


so, what will be the case for the new Z, will ppl have a lesser premium to pay than the 350Z ??? ...lol
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Old 12-16-2008, 04:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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880 for 6 month, that's quite a bit
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me and the wife insuded on the 09G and 03 Maxima with 2,000,000 liabiity(needed for her to drive students) is only about 1100 a year.
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Old 12-16-2008, 04:25 PM   #5 (permalink)
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she drives students??, i thought teacher weren't allowed that anymore b/c the world is ruined now


I bet everyone would want a ride in the 370Z
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There's alot more to an issurance quote than what the car is. Things like car model, age, driving record, credit rating, and the area you live in all go into consideration.
I pay $122/month for full coverage on both my vehicles and my home owners combined. That includes un insured motor, under insured, and tripling my accident coverage across the board.

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Old 12-16-2008, 04:35 PM   #7 (permalink)
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^^ But what about my 1 st post on here, wasn't that just weird/bizarre ???
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^^ But what about my 1 st post on here, wasn't that just weird/bizarre ???
Ya, I guess that is weird.
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I pay 140$ a month for a 2008 G37S (full replacement 5 years) and a 2007 R6. I love Alberta for bikes!!!
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Yes it is, but my coverage is more than the Texas minimum, my deductible is $250 and I am single...oh yeah did I mention I may have a ticket or two

"If you can't afford the insurance DON'T buy the car!"

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880 for 6 month, that's quite a bit
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^^ not bad then, you are single , male, young...all that makes a higher premium..lol
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I hoping to keep mine under $1200/yr now that I am over 25. Do you suppose there is a discount if you only drive the car a couple days a week?
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^^ not really, it is cheaper if you tell them you not going to be making a lot of mileage on the car

like 12000KM a year or whatever intervals they use.
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I pay 140$ a month for a 2008 G37S (full replacement 5 years) and a 2007 R6. I love Alberta for bikes!!!
wow...that is a good deal IMO.
are both paid off?
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Just for info:

http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/staticfiles...Comparison.pdf
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