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almost 17 whats a cheap car to insure but is fast? not looking for a new car btw something old 2000-2002

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
well the time is coming and i want a cheap car to insure don't want to blow the bank on the insurance but i still would want something fast had a few in mind....
Citron Saxo VTR 1.6
Corsa SXI

anyone know anything else?
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
both cars listed would cost you about 2k per year to insure
#2
golf gti
Corsa
Fiesta
VW Polo
1 Like #3
so nearly 17 want to buy a car and you main priority is that its fast?! tell me where you live so i can stay well away from you on the road!
#4
Why does it need to be fast?

17 year olds are the worst drivers on the road
#5
Not everyone is a fud :) time and a place for driving fast
#6
DavidEmm
Not everyone is a fud :) time and a place for driving fast


yes, when you have about 10 years experience behind a wheel.

Get the bus. Enough youngsters die on the roads as it is.
#7
one of my friends has a 900CC yet it still manages to go over 90mph its not the car really its who is driving it ;-)
#8
Have just bought my 17 yr old niece a Fiat Punto 1.2 on a Y plate and that cost her £1500 on insurance, so you should forget about a car with a bigger engine or more sporty. Get comfortable driving on your own properly first.
#9
daieye
both cars listed would cost you about 2k per year to insure


my dads gona go on the insuarnce can get the saxo for about £1200

its a smart looking car to
http://cdn.motors.co.uk/d/used-photos/huge/M/K/MK03ONG.jpg
#10
i cant believe the price of insurance for cars! my bike cost me £200 to insure
#11
teambintip;3238477
Why does it need to be fast?

17 year olds are the worst drivers on the road

"1 in 5 new drivers has a crash in the first 6 mths" DSA.

Also 6pts lose your licence, new drivers act,
#12
saxo look ugly but bre boys kit theirs up.
#13
DavidEmm
my dads gona go on the insuarnce can get the saxo for about £1200

its a smart looking car to
http://cdn.motors.co.uk/d/used-photos/huge/M/K/MK03ONG.jpg
itl cost you bout £1000 to insure it
#14
i started driving when i was 17 david, id recommend u look at 1.2 MAX, i got insured on a 1.4 and my first year insurance was £1800, my latest was £1200
#15
choc1969
Have just bought my 17 yr old niece a Fiat Punto 1.2 on a Y plate and that cost her £1500 on insurance, so you should forget about a car with a bigger engine or more sporty. Get comfortable driving on your own properly first.



i did look at them actually really cheap to insure got a quote for £600 with my dad on it.. smart looking car in black as well the 1.2 mia or something like that

http://www.beachmotors.co.uk/pics/p_0.jpg
#17
dont get a 02 plate, try to get earlier plate, and spend as little as you can on the car. get a 1litre
#18
puntos are great first cars.
#19
i want one cheap but i want it to last :P i have been told alot of things wrong with fiats and saxos so corsa would be a safe bet
#20
DavidEmm;3238548
i did look at them actually really cheap to insure got a quote for £600 with my dad on it.. smart looking car in black as well the 1.2 mia or something like that

http://www.beachmotors.co.uk/pics/p_0.jpg


Thats the same as my nieces car (hers is red with black fluffy dice.....don't ask lol), recommended by a mechanic friend as they are really reliable, cheap on parts and economical.
#21
I would play it save get a 1 or 1.2 and build up your insurance. After all the models you have mentioned are not particually fast anyway and most old timers (36 AAAARRRRGHGHH) like myself would be able to blow you away in our standard Mondeo.
banned#22
Maybe do an advanced driving test, it might help bring your insurance down!
banned#23
newbie1001
I would play it save get a 1 or 1.2 and build up your insurance. After all the models you have mentioned are not particually fast anyway and most old timers (36 AAAARRRRGHGHH) like myself would be able to blow you away in our standard Mondeo.


Are you a Mondeo man :-D
#24
What about a Clio, Nissan Note, Suzuki Swift, VW Polo, Skoda Fabia, Subaru Justy, Toyota Yaris, Mazda 2, Citreon C3 or C2, Honda Jazz?

Just throwing a couple of other cars into the debate!
#25
DLM
Are you a Mondeo man :-D


I was but now have a Laguna 2.0 Turbo. Quick enough for me. My history is very chequered on cars. Have had Skoda Estelle(lets have the jokes and i can confirm it WAS a bag of spanners),2 metros,2 excort vans,3 mondeos,3 lagunas,1 astra and a skoda octavia.
#26
DavidEmm;3238486
Not everyone is a fud :) time and a place for driving fast

On a track, there's a good un, go chase Lewis :thumbsup:
banned#27
newbie1001
I was but now have a Laguna 2.0 Turbo. Quick enough for me.


My bf can't stand Mondeo's, he likes racing them :roll:
#28
well after looking at the insurance u have persuaded me to a 1.2 corsa sxi :D £603 by Rac with my dad on it
#29
DavidEmm
well after looking at the insurance u have persauded me to a 1.2 corsa sxi :D £603 by Rac with my dad on it


A couple of friends have had problems with the electrics on the SXi, both brought them 2nd hand and within the first 6 months they had to pay to sort problems out. Not sure if this is a common thing or not.
#30
DLM;3238626
Maybe do an advanced driving test, it might help bring your insurance down!

Agreed, after your test you should do Pass Pluss, some local authorities will even help pay for it. It gives Insurance discounts :thumbsup:
#31
newbie1001
I would play it save get a 1 or 1.2 and build up your insurance. After all the models you have mentioned are not particually fast anyway and [COLOR="Red"]most old timers (36 AAAARRRRGHGHH) like myself would be able to blow you away in our standard Mondeo[/COLOR].


I can't believe you just wrote that! :oops:
#32
DLM
My bf can't stand Mondeo's, he likes racing them :roll:


I tried that once in one of my lagunas. Turned out it was a ST 24V model bad mistake. I can remember his number plate though
#33
DavidEmm
Not everyone is a fud :) time and a place for driving fast


The whole reason why your insurance will be so high, i havent read all the thread, but know if youre 17 and looking for a fast car you'll pay a fortune in insurance and rightly so :roll:
banned#34
newbie1001
I tried that once in one of my lagunas. Turned out it was a ST 24V model bad mistake. I can remember his number plate though


Sometimes i want to get out of the car and walk, when he starts pretending he is on a race track :roll:
#35
hmmm check out the polo 1.6 gti 2000-01 model they are pretty quick as well.
#36
http://www.autometrix.co.uk/images/classifieds/APRIL08/polo-gti.jpg
#37
no thanks insurance is £3491.55
#38
get a nissan micra and stick any engine in then lol

theres no such thing as cheap to insure and fast.
#39
MarzBarz;3238729
hmmm check out the polo 1.6 gti 2000-01 model they are pretty quick as well.


Had a P plate std 1.6 polo - was great at lights cos it looked like 1.0 on the back and ppl kept trying to whizz in front of me :p
#40
Don't get a "fast car" as a priority, you want something slow (well reasonable power), a car where parts are cheap to replace and something that isn't a tin box. (ie coffin on wheels).

Anyone will tell you that most of your learning is done after your driving test, stay out of trouble (ie points or crashes) and in say 5 years (in which you can save) you'll get cheap insurance on most cars.

Also get a good handling car, straight line speed (ie 0-60 times) mean nothing.

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