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martind21
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Macan Insurance

Post by martind21 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:44 pm

Hi everyone,

Picking my new Macan up on Friday, SD in VG.

My current insurance provider wouldn't cover the car based on value and age.
So having to move companies. I passed my IAM driving test few months ago and was getting a good discount with them on my Jag XF.

My new annual premium is coming in at £510.
Brand new Macan, I'm 26 years old with 6 years NCD.
I'm quite pleased with that, but just wondering if there are any insurance companies people recommend for Porsche cars maybe?

I'm sure this has probably been asked a thousand times!

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Martin


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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Nuclear Nick » Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:54 pm

NFU often comes up well, if they will insure in your area. I'm a lot older than you (!), also IAM, rural Bristol, wife as only other named driver, just renewed for £320.
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Col Lamb » Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:04 pm

Another for NFU here, also for a Turbo but unlike Nick I am in an insurance hotspot.

You may also like to get quotes from Aviva and Hastings as they have been used by many members here.

You have your age against you (damn, so envious) in obtaining a low premium on a Porsche.
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VanB
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by VanB » Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:28 pm

Good luck with that Martind21, at 26 and a £50k + car most insurers will not touch you without a hefty premium. I doubt NFU would even quote but may be wrong. I would use the aggregator sites, speak to a couple of brokers (like A-Plan) and then talk to the insurers direct.
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Kasfranks99 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:51 pm

Hi Martin,

I think the quote you have seems more than reasonable based on your age etc. Not sure who thats with or what level of cover etc you have but nonetheless it sounds ok. Depends if you are looking for a better policy or better price?

I am another very happy NFU customer but i am not sure they would give you a reasonable premium let alone quote but could be very wrong.
NFU policy is excellent as well as customer service etc but they can be fussy who and where then insure....

Always worth a try though.


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Hawkeye
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Hawkeye » Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:40 pm

Kasfranks99 wrote:Hi Martin,

I think the quote you have seems more than reasonable based on your age etc.
+1. I'm about to hit 44 and have been driving since 17 claim free and maxed out on NCD, no speeding points etc. My premium is 50% more than yours with Directline. Car parked on the road in London.


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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by mark-yorkshire » Tue Sep 19, 2017 7:20 pm

martind21 wrote:
Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:44 pm
Hi everyone,

Picking my new Macan up on Friday, SD in VG.

My current insurance provider wouldn't cover the car based on value and age.
So having to move companies. I passed my IAM driving test few months ago and was getting a good discount with them on my Jag XF.

My new annual premium is coming in at £510.
Brand new Macan, I'm 26 years old with 6 years NCD.
I'm quite pleased with that, but just wondering if there are any insurance companies people recommend for Porsche cars maybe?

I'm sure this has probably been asked a thousand times!

-
Martin
Just try compare the meerkat


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Ian.g
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Ian.g » Tue Sep 19, 2017 7:47 pm

I wouldn't waste any more time looking. You have a good quote there for you age/car value. Unless the excesses are huge, I suspect you won't better it.


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Ian.g
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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Ian.g » Tue Sep 19, 2017 7:48 pm

By the way, what job do you do? MIght be helpful to know for next time the children want careers advice!


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Re: Macan Insurance

Post by Virage11 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 8:08 pm

+1 for NFU. They were very cheap relative to others for me on more expensive stuff
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