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Right im new on here, have a mk1 golf for sale, looking to get a 1.4 16v lupo sport or a gti, im only 17. Im paying 2700 for my mk1 at the moment and thats a 1.3 so if anyone has a rough idea on how much more or less i would be paying for a lupo. Really like the gti but i think the insurance would be too expensive. What you paying?

Sam

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Im paying 2700 for my mk1 at the moment

HOW MUCH!?! Is that fully comp?

I doubt you would be looking at any more than that on a lupo. I think if you're prepared to pay that much then you could get a sport (100bhp). I doubt you will be able to get a GTI though mate.

I pay a little over 1200 on a sport. 19yr old 2yr NCD.

EDIT: That's fully comp

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I got a quote yesterday on a Lupo sport on Aviva and i am 18 with 1 year ncb and it was only £479.81, i even rang up after to confirm and it was for real!!!!! :D

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thats third party fire and theft aswell. Going to be 18 christmas day. I think ill get some quotes from aviva then. the reason its high is because all mods are declared and i live in iford.

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£500 with egg, 2 yrs no claims 20 yr old, car registered in Durham, North East England.

(GTi 51reg)

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£433 on my GTI

23, 2 yrs NCB, 1 fault total loss claim. Band F Postcode, with mods

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Thats pretty good Joed05

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£750 FC on a 10 month policy with Bell on a GTI. Coilovers and wheels declared, 21 with 2 years no claims and mum as named driver (15+ years driving with no claims). But I have a no fault claim from back in April that hopefully won't affect my renewal in January.

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It's not just that, all the panels are different so they're very expensive to repair if you do crash one.

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About £300 on the 1L :D

19 when the policy was taken out, 1 yrs NCB, 1 fault total loss claim. Mods all declared, even a few spare ones, just incase.

I think the GTi was about £800 odd, again, more mods declared than needed.

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My first year of driving with a full lisence was £770 all declared on my own policy fully comp, this year it's gone down to £537. Only on a 1.0 though

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You're a girl, you don't count :P

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£176 a year fully comp on my gti

full no claims

fully protected

i just love being over 40 ;):lol: :lol: :P

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You're a girl, you don't count :P

:(

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Well only in insurance ;)

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Right im new on here, have a mk1 golf for sale, looking to get a 1.4 16v lupo sport or a gti, im only 17. Im paying 2700 for my mk1 at the moment and thats a 1.3 so if anyone has a rough idea on how much more or less i would be paying for a lupo. Really like the gti but i think the insurance would be too expensive. What you paying?

Sam

Why don't you just run it through a price comparison site rather than get guestimates from people in completely different situations? :confused:

Confused.com, Gocompare and Compare the Market (in that order IMO). Just plug in the details of what you expect to have when you come to insure it :)

Are you waiting until you have your first full year NCB first? Probably a good step. Might want to phone your insurance company first for a quote for the GTi.

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LOL.

:angry:

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checked comparison websites cheapest on a gti was £6700 and on a 1.4 16v sport was £3600, just after an idea on how much other people are paying and with what insurance companies.

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Over £2000 for insurance is just ridiculous.

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