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Old 05-16-2009, 06:06 PM   #18
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well i had a 06 monte SS V8 and it was 125 bucks a month. My 07 silverado was about 100 bucks a month. So i think it will fall in there somewhere. Depends on engine and driving record. If you got 1200 a year than you got a bad record. But to get my down I dont take a lot of the crap like towing insurance, already comes with the GM road plan etc. Thats where insurance nickles and dimes you, disabiluty pay and all that, my work already offers that. So before you buy all the little 5 bucks a month gidgets look at them, you would be amazed tha you are already covered on a lot of them
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Old 05-16-2009, 06:14 PM   #19
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I turn 35 this year. liberty mutual was 1048 a year, 87. and change a month and nationwide listed at 908 a year but also go by credit score. A good agent will not give you a quote based on credit I will not go through progressive based on that fact the lower your credit the high their rates, Nationwide is the same way, LM used my credit just to look for any claims in the last 5 years. so good luck.
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Old 05-16-2009, 07:00 PM   #20
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Old 05-16-2009, 08:13 PM   #21
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To all the folks posting quotes compared to how much you're paying for an existing vehicle, thank you. That's the kind of data that's actually meaningful; there's far too many variables to compare one person's policy to another, but the difference between one model and another should scale appropriately.

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Had my wife call Progressive and they told her they could not even give her a quote because they did not have anything set up in there computers for the car yet.
That's not entirely true. I went to Progressive.com to do an online quote and the Camaro shows up in their list but the quote comes out to $0. They've got the car in the system but not the data yet. Too bad I can't accept the $0 quote, if I could then I could afford a Camaro...
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Old 05-16-2009, 08:48 PM   #22
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i just did progressive quote and came up with $260 a month with $1000 deductable on collision and comprehensive. this is for car named "Camaro other", which may or may not mean V6. the other option was for "Camaro SS". It is so expensive though, i think maybe that the quote is same for both versions right now.

I'm 21 and have never gotten pulled over, however i was rear ended a couple years ago.
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Old 05-16-2009, 10:31 PM   #23
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You are 21, a 1000 dollar is not gonna cut it. Expect 250 or 500 deductable.

Your zip code probably is why it's expensive, as well as your age of course.

Don't fell bad when I was 21 I paid $450 a month for insurance on a $250 a month 300zx.
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Old 05-18-2009, 06:27 AM   #24
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Thanks for all the responses. Didn't see anyone from Michigan. Any one out there from Michigan who could let me know what range you're in would be great.
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Thanks for all the responses. Didn't see anyone from Michigan. Any one out there from Michigan who could let me know what range you're in would be great.
That would probably have little relation to what your rate will be. OTOH, the guy comparing to his 2002 Silverado 2500HD would probably be good info for you, you can then compare to your 2005 F250:

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currently pay about $115 a month for a 2002 Silverado 2500HD Ext Cab 4x4 [...] Called for a "phantom quote" removing the Silverado and using a VIN from a fully loaded V6 Camaro off Ebay and my insurance will drop $12.00.
So, if you're looking at a V6, it will probably cost a little less to insure than your F250.
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:00 AM   #26
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$560 per year, about $47 per month, full coverage, $1000 deduct. BUT we have 3 kids age 17, 19, 21 that will be able to drive also. Car is RS/2SS
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:06 AM   #27
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Thanks for all the responses. Didn't see anyone from Michigan. Any one out there from Michigan who could let me know what range you're in would be great.
I was quoted budgetary numbers of $2500/yr on Shelby GT500 convertible and $2200 for Camaro SS, Full coverage $1000 deductable, 4pts (two 0-5 speedings) and 1 accident in last 5 years.

Basically ~$200 / month with a fair driving record, 39 years old two cars two very young kids.
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:12 AM   #28
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I turn 20 on the 26th of May and my insurance quote on a 2LT is 159.82 a month with $500 ded.




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Old 05-18-2009, 11:49 AM   #29
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Hey Guys,

I'm actually a Nationwide Insurance Agent in South Carolina and wanted to respond about this. I bought my Camaro last week and love it! The insurance rates you guys are talking about are going to be different for everyone based on the state you live in, age, tickets etc. I will tell you that we don't even have the exact rating info on the camaro yet for insurance purposes. Those will come later. For now you are most likely being rated on the MSRP of the car and the fact it is a 2 door sport car.

I know my rate was not bad at all and I have every insurance option you can have on it. I'm paying around $55 a month with $250 ded, high liability limits, accident forgiveness, etc.

If anyone lives in North or South Carolina and wants a rate quote, just let me know. You can reach me at clarkagency@bellsouth.net

Hope everyone is enjoying the new camaro, I know I am!

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Old 05-18-2009, 11:50 AM   #30
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:52 AM   #31
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Hey Guys,

I'm actually a Nationwide Insurance Agent in South Carolina and wanted to respond about this. I bought my Camaro last week and love it! The insurance rates you guys are talking about are going to be different for everyone based on the state you live in, age, tickets etc. I will tell you that we don't even have the exact rating info on the camaro yet for insurance purposes. Those will come later. For now you are most likely being rated on the MSRP of the car and the fact it is a 2 door sport car.

I know my rate was not bad at all and I have every insurance option you can have on it. I'm paying around $55 a month with $250 ded, high liability limits, accident forgiveness, etc.

If anyone lives in North or South Carolina and wants a rate quote, just let me know. You can reach me at clarkagency@bellsouth.net

Hope everyone is enjoying the new camaro, I know I am!

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Ha i would kill to have $55 a month with a $250 ded, maybe by the time im 30 ha.
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:54 AM   #32
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I know my rate was not bad at all and I have every insurance option you can have on it. I'm paying around $55 a month with $250 ded, high liability limits, accident forgiveness, etc.
Cripes, I have a decent driving record, am over 25, married, homeowner, and live (and work) in a low-crime area, but I probably couldn't even get rates that low for a bicycle.
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Old 05-18-2009, 12:13 PM   #33
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hes probably getting a deal for working for them. But yeah I would say thats probably thats really cheap and even with a unstained record would be tough. I mean Any new car would run you right around 100 bucks from whatever I have ever gotten. Also with insurance I am pretty sure they check your credit as well, so you could be perfect every other area, but bad credit might hurt.
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Old 05-18-2009, 12:23 PM   #34
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hes probably getting a deal for working for them. But yeah I would say thats probably thats really cheap and even with a unstained record would be tough. I mean Any new car would run you right around 100 bucks from whatever I have ever gotten. Also with insurance I am pretty sure they check your credit as well, so you could be perfect every other area, but bad credit might hurt.

Actually you get no discounts working for them. But you are right on the credit issue. But there are a lot of factors involved with insurance. The point I was trying to make is the Camaro is not getting a bad wrap or it should not cost you more than the average new car out there insurance wise.

And for the other guy that is over 30 and married and etc, you should be getting that kind of rate. But just depends on what state you live in.
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