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      11-15-2006, 03:41 PM   #1
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Insurance in Ontario

Hey guys i got a call from my insurance and they said that the 335i isnt in there system. What insurance companies are u guys using cause they are saying they will base it off the 325i E90. Thanks

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      11-15-2006, 06:14 PM   #2
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State Farm. 335i will be $16/mo more than what I pay now for my 330Ci. They also didn't have it in their system when I first inquired.

For your sake I'd hope it stays our of your insurer's system; 325i = 4dr with smaller engine = less to insure
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I'm with Aviva. My company had the car (335i) in the system a month ago. Both sedan and coupe.

I was amazed to find that it was only $11 more per year to insure my 2007 335i sedan than my 2004 A4 1.8T

Go figure.

My agent told me it has little to do with engine size and power and things like that, repair costs and amount of claims and so on influence the number a lot more.

I have a perfect driving record and in my very early 30's.
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I'm with AXA, it's been in their system since October - price was $11/mo more than my G35.
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I've got a group policy with my employer thru Direct Protect Group and my rate didnt change when I went from a 1995 Acura Integra to my 2006 330i... $104/mo. Just got my renewal last week...still hasn't changed.
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I'm with Aviva. My company had the car (335i) in the system a month ago. Both sedan and coupe.

I was amazed to find that it was only $11 more per year to insure my 2007 335i sedan than my 2004 A4 1.8T

Go figure.

My agent told me it has little to do with engine size and power and things like that, repair costs and amount of claims and so on influence the number a lot more.

I have a perfect driving record and in my very early 30's.
A4's are brutal on insurance for some reason.
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For your sake I'd hope it stays our of your insurer's system; 325i = 4dr with smaller engine = less to insure
That's what I was thinking. Just the 4dr/2dr difference can be huge.
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      11-21-2006, 09:16 AM   #8
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I have a perfect driving record and in my very early 30's.
Mind if I ask what that equates to? I'm in the same boat, and about to call and setup my insurance.

(in this case, boat refers to age, driving record, and car)
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