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Hello,

Not sure if this is the right place, and I hope I'm not contravening any forum rules. I'm looking to conduct a straw poll on people's insurance on their Alfa Romeo's - especially Cloverleaf models. I work for an insurance company who are looking for suggestions, and looking to earn kudos (and a bundle of cash) I'm thinking of highlighting the Alfa Romeo geeks and the Cloverleaf Club as a potential target market. The company I work for specialises in high performance cars, bad risks (i.e.: footballers etc.), and yet seem to avoid Alfa's like the plague.

It would be a big help if people would post their car model, age (if you want), company you are insured with and how much you pay annually. Have people had many problems insuring their pride and joys?

Personally mine is:
Model: Mito Cloverleaf
Age: 24
Insurance Co.: Admiral
Premium: £800

Were it not for the Admiral Group, the cheapest quote I could attain was over £2,000 - and I have full no claims bonus. It seems from a quick glance at the Aggregator websites that Alfa Romeo's are not widely catered for, hence the reason for this poll!
 

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Age: 26
8 years NCB on GTA policy. No accidents, etc JTD mirrored NCB as with AF too

Model: Alfa 156 GTA
Insurance Co.: Adrian Flux Broker
Premium: £550 ish I think TPFT

Model: Alfa 156 JTD Heavily Modded and declared
Insurance Co.: Adrian Flux Broker
Premium: £278 TPFT

Model: BMW E12 M535i
Insurance Co.: Equity red star
Premium: £108.82 Classic car Policy
 

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GT 2.0 JTS
£400 with Saga. Fully comp with all the extras.
£266 was the cheapest quote I got fully comp.


There is _some_ advantage to being an old git, I suppose +sigh+
 

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Age: 27
Car: 916 Spider, 2.0 TS
Insurance: £480 fully comp. 2non fault accidents declared, 5yrs NCB.-protected
 
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Model: MiTo Cloverleaf
Age: 44
Insurance Co: Privilege
Premium: £455 fully comp with NCD protection and class 1 business use
(1 at fault accident last year which knocked it up by £100)
 

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On a 1.6 and 2.0 145 for my first year was £250 a month!

Now after one years no claims its £91 a month.
Quinn insurance
 

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Model: Alfa 156 GTA
Insurance Co.: Adrian Flux Broker
Premium: £550 ish I think TPFT

Model: Alfa 156 JTD Heavily Modded and declared
Insurance Co.: Adrian Flux Broker
Premium: £278 TPFT
Why TPFT? :confused:

Me, 27, male, 1 year NCB, 1 year experience
Alfa 156 2.0
Admiral
£1078

Last year it was £1313.
 

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Cos it's cheaper:confused: And I have a lot of cars to insure:confused::p Plus if I smashed it up I'd repair it my self
Fair enough. It's no cheaper for me - even a few quid more - and IMO unless it was a massively different premium, there's too many ways it could get written off even without my involvement - hit by a stolen car whilst parked or whatever.
 

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Model: 97' Alfa Spider 2.0 TS Lusso
Insurance Co.: IAM Surety (Broker)
Premium: £400 Fully Comp.
Drive:yes
Age:48
NCB:9+
Manchester Post code.

Model: 97' Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
Insurance Co.: MWA Broker (Heritage Insurance)
Premium: £425 Classic limited mileage policy
Garaged:yes
Manchester Post code.
 

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Cos it's cheaper:confused: And I have a lot of cars to insure:confused::p Plus if I smashed it up I'd repair it my self
Hubby is a mechanic and couldn't save Charlotte.... So be careful :eek:
 

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Age: 34, no points, lots of no claims.
Car: Modified 147 2.0 (declared) garaged in London.
Policy: Major Supermarket fully comp: £850ish TPFT is more.
My occupation and location do nothing for my premium even before the mods.
 

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Fair enough. It's no cheaper for me - even a few quid more - and IMO unless it was a massively different premium, there's too many ways it could get written off even without my involvement - hit by a stolen car whilst parked or whatever.
Always comes out several hundred punds more for FC. I think it is because they are modified:rolleyes:

Hubby is a mechanic and couldn't save Charlotte.... So be careful :eek:
Yes but 156 shells are cheap enough ;)
 

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Model: Mito Cloverleaf (2010)
Age: 56
Full NCB for (well) over 10 years
No points
Insurer: Alfa Romeo Insurance
Premium: £325.00 Fully Comp.
 
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