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to all new cube owners,

if you don't mine my asking ::), how much is your insurance rate?

i've always had used cars and never paid much for car insurance. cheap sedan, cheap insurance. a couple of years back, i looked into a new honda element- classified as a wagon per insurance, but the insurance rate was too high (for me). lowest was about 1200/year full coverage. excellent record, no accidents, over 30yrs old but live in los angeles

i decided $1200 was too much for a $19,000 element, plus being about 30% too big for me- live in the city, i continued to drive my boring dependable corolla until i spied the cube- perfect city size and so yummy overall...

what are you paying?
thanks!
 

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I have USAA and I am paying 90 bucks a month its like 500 something for 6 months, which full coverage and rode side assistance.

now, I'm under 25 so my insurance is much higher then it will be once I am 25. haha also its a military bank so they offer discounts. I'm not in the military but I have the bank.
 

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I also have USAA, I'm over 30 and I'm paying around $375 every 6 months... my insurance for the Cube was cheaper than my previous vehicle which was nice!
 

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tofumaker said:
to all new cube owners,

if you don't mine my asking ::), how much is your insurance rate?

i've always had used cars and never paid much for car insurance. cheap sedan, cheap insurance. a couple of years back, i looked into a new honda element- classified as a wagon per insurance, but the insurance rate was too high (for me). lowest was about 1200/year full coverage. excellent record, no accidents, over 30yrs old but live in los angeles

i decided $1200 was too much for a $19,000 element, plus being about 30% too big for me- live in the city, i continued to drive my boring dependable corolla until i spied the cube- perfect city size and so yummy overall...

what are you paying?
thanks!
I pay $525 per year for full coverage including guaranteed replacement cost. However, I live in Quebec, Canada, & pay $200 per year for my plate, and another $150 per year for my license, and I am an insurance broker :)
 

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I pay $284.15 per 6 months on my Cube through Geico. That is about $50 more than I pay on my 2002 Ford Explorer. I am 35, married, with two kids.....so I guess that rate is pretty good.
 

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I'm a college student in Florida. I also deliver pizza. So let's just say I pay MUCH more than $50/month :(, but my insurance actually dropped from when I drove an '02 MINI
 

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Ladybug- I'm paying a similar rate with Allstate. Pretty nice to be paying a cheaper rate than my old car, for something that's brand new!
 

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CHRIST!!!!!-all your rates are incredible!

for giggles, i called by insurance co- century21 now aig, don't get me started....
they don't know the cube so they gave a quote for the versa.

currently drive a 97 corolla sedan- dependable and cheap $321/6 months for liability10/250/500, no comprehensive/collision.

for the versa alone without the corolla is $1112 for 6 months! and i've been with them for over 5 years, no claims, accidents.....

i went and test drove the cube today- stick is much better than corolla. i totally like the car but the insurance to cover a sub compact econo car????? i need to start calling around


where they heck are you all living to get such good rates?
 

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I'm in IL and pay around $300 every 6 months through State Farm. Although they put the insurance under my wifes name, maybe I'm too high of a risk, so that's their way around it!? :p
 

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I'm in Canada and my rate is around 1200/year, which is around 1056 USD a year for full coverage.
Male, prinicpal driver, single, over 30, no accident.

Im not sure about rates in US, but in Canada it aint cheap in the big cities.
 
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