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Old 12 May 2010, 02:31 pm
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Default Which car would cost more to insure?

An 06 Acura RSX type S or an 07 Mazdaspeed 3?































I'm a 17 year old male















alot more?















I know both will be high but which will cost more?
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Old 12 May 2010, 02:46 pm
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Old 12 May 2010, 03:01 pm
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both will be some what high, not only because your a young driver but since the rich bitches of our age buys them and races/wrecks it hurts us in the long run, same with about every other car out there.
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Old 12 May 2010, 03:16 pm
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Instead of asking here and getting a lot a guesses, contact an insurance agent.
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Hands down the Mazdaspeed - it focuses on straight line power, whereas Acura focuses on handling - my RL (granted it has a whipple supercharger) is about the same as a Mustang in a straight line, but will out-maneuver a 'stang any day. Anyways, while the Acura is in fact just as quick, it's coming from a luxury car company, whereas the Mazda is coming from a company that markets specifically to the aggressive driver crowd. Check with your agent, and check if you are eligible for USAA - with way more than required limits, I pay about $55/month on an '06 RL as an 18 year old male living in Daytona Beach...
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Mazda will cost more. It's got more power and a turbo. Insurance doesn't like to see the words turbo or supercharger on cars. They crank the price up because of the "racing" nature of the car.
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Help yourself - you can check your quotes in internet, for example here - autoinsurance.maclenet.com
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Old 12 May 2010, 04:16 pm
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17 yr olds are always screwed. that aside, its the tickets and/or accidents that will determine how high your premium is. But i bet they are in the same ballpark.
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