I did a post like this a while back about Prudential car insurance. Was automatically going to go with Prudential again, but just cancelled my policy with them (and they are sending me £68 back after major hassle and reasons as to why I shouldn't leave!).
So looked through Quidco and did a quote with privilege.
This was on a VW Golf R32, 26yr old, 5yrs no claims, one speeding conviction, max excess, no legal protection and dad on insurance, 10,000 miles per annum.
Came in at £416.
To put this in perspective. Cheapest confused came up with was £916. Prudentail £562, AA £878, Egg £670, Tesco £650.
So, I was shocked and am going to be purchasing the insurance in 3 days time when my cover runs out with Egg.
The sweetest part of the deal is that you get £60 back through Quidco.
The worst part of it is the 17.5% APR for paying monthly, but still works out a lot lot cheaper than anywhere else.
So, by the time I'm done will be about £350 for a year insurance on a 3.2 V6 VW Golf (worth around 16k).
I'd really reccomend you lot go and check it out. Remember, you can change your car insurance at any point, however, you will lose any no claims you have built up if you cancel mid year (i.e. you lose those 7 months you have built etc).
Privilege only accept drivers who have 4 years no claims or more.
Get a quote, but don't forget, if like me, you fall off your seat, go through quidco, do the quote again and then purchase.
I'm a very happy boy today!!
This may not be any cheaper for you, my prudential post came up with some who couldnt believe the price and some who couldnt believe how high it was, all depends on demographics.