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Hello I'm about to buy my first jaguar xf and I've got 5 years no claims only 24 . Now finishing insurance is some task ! Admiral wants 687£ for the year and other companies what 1000£ would anyone know a company is good and bit mor affordable !? It's for a jagaur xf 2.7 2008 models !

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Hello I'm about to buy my first jaguar xf and I've got 5 years no claims only 24 . Now finishing insurance is some task ! Admiral wants 687£ for the year and other companies what 1000£ would anyone know a company is good and bit mor affordable !? It's for a jagaur xf 2.7 2008 models !

Thank you :D !!

Hi,

Feel free to give us a try if you like.

If you wanted to PM me your details I'd be happy to arrange for one of my quotes team to give you a call back.

Regards,

Dan.

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Hi Robert,

 

After a row with LV I went for Swift Cover.  Around £500 for an 80 year old in expensive Birmingham wasn't bad!

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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Cheapest quote I get is £750.

 

My mate pays £300, same age, same no claims and in a !Removed! part of London!

 

Is it worth getting comprehensive? F&T enough?

 

ta

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I did the "go compare" exercise as my premiums from LV went up after my car was stolen, and I finished up with Swiftcover.  Tesco was the other good offer.

 

I have found SwiftCover very helpful to talk to over the'phone.

 

Always go for Fully Comprehensive  ----  it is worth it both for peace of mind, especially if you are involved in a write off.

 

Peter.

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Cheapest quote I get is £750.

 

My mate pays £300, same age, same no claims and in a !Removed! part of London!

 

Is it worth getting comprehensive? F&T enough?

 

ta

Counterintuitively Tom, you might be surprised to find that TP F & T can cost more then comprehensive.

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Thanks guys. I went through go compare and my current insurer still came out top!

 

I'll definitely stick with comprehensive

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wowzer--one of the joys of living in the Tundra (aberdeenshire)  is that my quote is £165 fully comp !!

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Oops sorry for delay ___thats with both LV and dare I say Saga but doing it on comparison site I got 30 odd quotes below 200

good luck

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Hi Robert. I'm going through the comparing process at the moment as my current insurer, one call, came in with an increased renewal of £270 full comp. Same modal as yours, but I am 68. So far "compare the market.com has brought up "dialdirect" at £210 full comp. Hope this helps.

johnp68

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Hi John, and welcome to the Club.

 

I will have to come to live in Lincolnshire ----  my insurance cost £600 fully comp.  Saga quoted £890.

 

There is a very high premium for cities.

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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diamond quoted me £390 for my xj 2014 premiuim L new car with over 10 years no claim bonus so went with them. the ins co I was with privalage on the old xk 57 reg at £260 had wanted about the £600 mark I went on to moeysupermarket.com and opted for diamond the cheapest quote , these ins co offer no loyalty at all to the coustomer and in return we should show them the same

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diamond quoted me £390 for my xj 2014 premiuim L new car with over 10 years no claim bonus so went with them. the ins co I was with privalage on the old xk 57 reg at £260 had wanted about the £600 mark I went on to moeysupermarket.com and opted for diamond the cheapest quote , these ins co offer no loyalty at all to the coustomer and in return we should show them the same

i agree with that statement 100% i change my insurance company every year 

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Recently insured my 2008 2.7 XF - Tesco came up the cheapest but that was still £680 with 7 years no claims. If you do go with them you get money off with the points card too.

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I changed this year from Swiftcover who quoted £640 to Esure who were £100 cheaper.  The West Midlands is not a cheap area for insurance.

Peter.

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mine cost me this time with fully comp and full no claims, £143.86 with "esure"  but i do just over 3000 miles a year... yet me little citroen c1 cost £154 ??  with " rias"  sorry but i still think that car insurance is a BIG RIP OFF... 

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21 hours ago, DAN@ADRIAN FLUX said:

Hi,

Don't forget to try ourselves for insurance. We offer club members discounts of up to 15%

Regards,

Dan.

Hi Dan

Would you kindly provide a link please? I would be interested in a quote 

Regards

Steve

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18 hours ago, Claws said:

Hi Dan

Would you kindly provide a link please? I would be interested in a quote 

Regards

Steve

Hi Steve,

Our website is https://www.adrianflux.co.uk/ however you will need to call up to get a quote. Our clubline number is 0800 916 1288.

Kind Regards

Dan

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Hi All

Just a quick update, last year got her insured with Hastings Direct fully comp / NCD protected and windscreen covered. got the usual letter when the insurance is due, you know the one "You don't have to do anything, your cover will automatically re-new" blah blah... I cant remember the cost last year, but it was around the £500 + mark, any way the new quote £900 + !

As I do every year, I did the 'go compare' / 'compare the market' thing and Hastings Direct (figure that out?) came out best at £732 I went and had a look at Adrian Flux and got a quote, which I have just accepted if I paid up front it would have been £530 (I pay monthly) so its just over £600

Steve

 

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