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Hi everyone,

I am new here and am currently on the fence about buying a 2005 GTO whenever they are released. I am wondering what full coverage insurance rates look like for these cars. I know that these numbers are dependent on many factors like estimated yearly mileage, driving record, daily commuting distance, etc, but I just want to see what some ballpark numbers are.

By the way, I am a former Buick Grand National owner and have be dying to get my hands on a big, fast GM coupe after owning a 1998 Ford Contour SVT. :rolleyes:
 

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ok ok no one has to brag about your rates in the country like you all cause im sick of it . im in nyc like most of you know, im 37 , havent had a ticket in seven years with a 1000 deductible to boot im at 1800 a year and thats cause i put my dads car with just liability on my policy to save money for multi car other thatn that im looking at 2200 a year , OUCH OUCH but thats why the insurance stuff is such bull**** here in ny
 

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my rate went up 30 per year over my 2002 Grand Prix GT 2dr. I have no points on my license, Yours will definitely go up more going from a ford contour no matter where you live.

Just call you insurance co with a VIN of a GTO, (make sure it is the trans you prefer) and they should be able to quote you the increase over the phone. If you don't trust them or if you may be dealing with an idiot, get the quote in writing for the increase so they can't slam you later, that way you'll be getting a correct quote.
 

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Thanks for the input everyone. I live in the Washington DC suburbs, have a clean driving record, am 37 years old, and receive a discount for having my home owners and car insurance with the same company. I called and found out that my insurance will rise by $120 every six months by replacing the ford with a GTO. It works out to about $20 a month - not too bad I suppose. I just wanted to see what others have found.
 
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