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Does anyone know when the RS will be on insurance systems so we can get quotes.

It'd be nice to know how much they will be taking off me.
 

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I rang my insurance broker(fleet policy) yesterday and pre-warned him about my purchase and he started laughing with me only being 21 :laughing: said it shouldn't be a problem though
 

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They wont be able to give you any quotes not until the car is actually made and ready to hit UK streets
 

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Your best bet is to put some insurance quotes in for the new A45 and RS3, that way you know the RS will be cheaper than those quotes. I got £845 for the rs3 and £882 for the merc :thumbsup:
 

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I got about £800 for the RS3 (same price almost as my fiesta ST) and just for fun did one on a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and that was £1300

I'm hoping for around the £600-£700 mark
 

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Haha im sure its to get the mk3 side of things buzzing. Why ask for quotes when the vehicle isn't even a registered model on the road yet, until the focus rs is actually released for road use you wont get any quotes.
 

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Haha im sure its to get the mk3 side of things buzzing. Why ask for quotes when the vehicle isn't even a registered model on the road yet, until the focus rs is actually released for road use you wont get any quotes.
MK3 side of things are already pretty buzzing. 8) Got my email confirmation through from Ford this morning so I'm particularly buzzing :bounce:
 

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What do people do with regards to items from the list of options? Should they be declared as deviations from the manufacturers standard specification which the insurer needs to know about?

You know what insurers are like for trying to find any excuse to avoid paying claims
 

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What do people do with regards to items from the list of options? Should they be declared as deviations from the manufacturers standard specification which the insurer needs to know about?

You know what insurers are like for trying to find any excuse to avoid paying claims
You should declare them as options fitted by the manufacturer from new.
 
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