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Old 12-27-2011, 07:14 PM   #1
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Is their a difference in insurance between a v6 and a v8 and what is the cheapest insurance company?
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Insurance depends on driving history & the state you're in. Esurance, before being acquired by AllState, was cheapest for me when we were in the Midwest. We're in Texas now & geico is cheapest for me here.

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If you're near Ohio & can show residence there (friend or relative), get insurance there. Last I had coverage there, they had yearly fees. Not biannual. Almost for the same price as biannual in other states.
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:18 PM   #3
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Yes there is a difference in price on a v6 than for a v8. My gt was 30$ more a year than the v6. It all depends on your age,driving record, gender, and maybe gpa if your still in school. Above a 3.0 gives me a 250$ discount along with safe driving and other stuff. But for cheapest insurance company Im not sure I guess it just depends.
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My insurance company doesnt care about motor size unless it's full coverage. Other than that their rates are based more on the body style for liability.
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Re: Insurance

V6 are always lower priced than V8's.
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We called nationwide because that's what my parents and brother have and they said their is no difference between a v6 and a v8 only between a convertible an hardtop
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We called nationwide because that's what my parents and brother have and they said their is no difference between a v6 and a v8 only between a convertible an hardtop
Such was the same with my last insurance, said they only considered the mustang a "sports car" if it were a convertible. Dunno what my current insurance says tho but they only charge me $200 bucks for the entire year on my mustang cuz I told them it's a fair weather driver not daily.
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Do u drive it year round?
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Do u drive it year round?
I do not, I only drive mine on nice sunny days with no rain and gets parked for the winter months. It's parked in the garage for winter right now even though I really wanna drive it.
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