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What do you reckon is the cheapest sports car to insure?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
I have saved up £2,500 to spend on a car, i have decided to buy a sports car. What car do you reckon i should get with the money and has to be cheap on the insurance at around £1,500.
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Insurance is going to Kill you.

get your parents as first drivers
#2
toyota starlet glanza?however do expect to pay more than that for insurance.

http://usedcarjapan.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/dscf5681.jpg
#3
Corsa Sri or Sxi
#4
scooby
get a sport about that price for 2000 model i just got rid of mine but group13
nice to drive nippy and sporty get a nice backbox away ou go
#5
With 2.5k why not get an MX5? Rear wheel drive, 1.6 or 1.8, really reliable and insurance cheap. I've a Mark 1 and my insurance is less than £300 - mind you, I am over 30!!!!
#6
sueseee
With 2.5k why not get an MX5? Rear wheel drive, 1.6 or 1.8, really reliable and insurance cheap. I've a Mark 1 and my insurance is less than £300 - mind you, I am over 30!!!!


Are you facing a midlife crisis :roll:
#7
sme24185
scooby
get a sport about that price for 2000 model i just got rid of mine but group13
nice to drive nippy and sporty get a nice backbox away ou go


lol end up crashing that haha
#8
Midlife crisis MarzBarz...............what's that? Also another benefit of a 2-seat car is that you NEVER EVER end up being the nominated driver - a real plus.

In terms of insurance - Liverpool Victoria and Asda are supposed to be cheap....


S:-)
#9
Get a named driver - parent/OH with no claims - will slash the insurance cost :)
#10
pug 307 sxi, i have one, looks sweet, drives good and doesnt cost the earth, you could proberly get a 2003/2004 if you barter well enough. mine has leather interior, 6 cd multi, electric mirrors/ windows/ect
#11
Does it just need to look sporty (Tigra) or have some real power behind it?
#12
Careful about naming a parent as driver, if its ur car and u drive it, they will look dimly on insurance
#13
Suzuki cappuccino.
#14
yeh but with a sports car you wont be able to use the back seat for fun
#15
smart car
#16
ive got a 1.8 and im 19, cost me £800 for insurance
#17
boothy
smart car


sports car mate, not toy car
#18
cribert
sports car mate, not toy car


they do a sporty one as well,a low 2 seater thing
#19
boothy
smart car


lol
#20
an old style mx5

and call H and R insurance. They specialise in people in your position.
#21
fsm65
Careful about naming a parent as driver, if its ur car and u drive it, they will look dimly on insurance


There's nothing wrong with naming your parents as drivers even if they virtually never drive it, the problem is if they are the policy holder and you put yourself as named driver when you are actually the main driver.

John
#22
My first car was an MX5 and was pretty cheap to run/insure nothing ever went wrong with it and you could pick one up so cheap now, not sure it's what you're after but great car and turned on a sixpence, loved it :-D
#23
fsm65
Careful about naming a parent as driver, if its ur car and u drive it, they will look dimly on insurance


If you are the main driver but choose to name a parent as the main driver in order to reduce premium, I believe this is caleld Fronting and is illegal. Whereas if you name them as an additional driver, this will reduce your premium (not as much) but is 'acceptable'.
#24
Gen 1 Hyundai Coupe.... pick one up for about £1100.
#25
I got an R Reg 1.6 MX5 as my 1st car :)

Cost me £1500, spent £1000 on it over the course of the year & sold it for £2800 12 months later !
#26
rover 25
reliant robin
banned#27
nissan sunny gti-r all the way baby
#28
Sinclair C5.:thumbsup:
#29
gsettle24
nissan sunny gti-r all the way baby


Group 20 insurance nubblet.

Insurance will kill you at 17 for anything. I know 17 year olds driving 1.0 Corsas who are paying around £2500 a year fully comp - location is a big factor also.
#30
u will need to get yourself as a second named driver otherwise you wont be able to afford it, do you want an actual sports car or a car that has the performance of one???
banned#31
rutherford777
Group 20 insurance nubblet.

Insurance will kill you at 17 for anything. I know 17 year olds driving 1.0 Corsas who are paying around £2500 a year fully comp - location is a big factor also.


like if you live in manc land you mean and not with g-dawg?

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