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Insurance cost on 2024 Mustang Dark Horse ?

MissMustang94

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How much do you guys think insurance is gonna run on these suckers? :crazy:
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How much do you guys think insurance is gonna run on these suckers? :crazy:
The a million factors involved in this. It's really not much more than insurance on an average sedan if you have a clean driving record and register in the right state
 

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100-200 a month depending on age and location, record etc

it’s not like you’re insuring a 488 pista or 765lt
 

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Age, driving record, credit rating, if rolling into an existing insurer, zip code, if financing or not, if parked in a garage, are just some of the factors.

In the 6G forum, someone started a thread like this for Mach 1s. People were averaging "around" 1000-1200 a year for full coverage.

Something that might lessen the annual bill: storage insurance. Some carriers understand the practice of Winter storage. If in agreement, they can lessen the rates while the car is stored.

Most insurers allow one to go on-line and play "what-ifs" for adding a new car. Choose a comparable and see what the numbers are.

Racing and track insurance is an entire other ball of wax. Someone with experience can chime in on that.

If interested, you can also check with carriers for an "agreed value" policy, where you and the insurer agree to the payout; these policies are often used for classic and rare cars. Policies of agreed value often get more expensive over time, as the agreed value of the car increases, with inflation.

See if your existing carrier would allow you to add a new car on-line, play with options and pricing. Or call.

For any car, read the proposed policy and confirm what is / is not covered before committing.
 
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If not a daily driver and you have extra cars for each driver license holder in the household, Hagerty has great pricing. It comes with a few extra conditions too (parked inside, etc).
 


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The same as a Mustang GT is my bet
 

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Here's the way it is in North Carolina. My wife's 2018 Mustang GT cost more to insure than my 2019 Corvette Grand Sport and we're both well over 25 years old. Nope, I don't understand it at all.
 

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Here's the way it is in North Carolina. My wife's 2018 Mustang GT cost more to insure than my 2019 Corvette Grand Sport and we're both well over 25 years old. Nope, I don't understand it at all.
I'm German but here popular cars are much more expensive as they are more often involved in accidents...

Also important: how many miles the insurance has to cover. On average my BMW 330d is more expensive than an average 911. However, my 330d has to be insured for 50000km a year. A 911 on average for about 6000km...
 

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I had my agent run insurance for a Mach 1 mustang because I have ordered the Dark Horse. It was $2500 per year. That is with SafeCo.
 

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Way to my variables. I will 70 by the time my car arrives, I think, and my bet is that it will cost me $650 a year.
 

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Impossible to answer.

Too many things will vary:
coverage
deductibles
driving record
location
married or not
age
bundles
etc
etc
 

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How much do you guys think insurance is gonna run on these suckers? :crazy:
I am a female, it depends on a lot of things, how many claims you have filed, your age, if you have a family, how good your credit score is, etc etc
Ours is under $400 a year
 

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Way to my variables. I will 70 by the time my car arrives, I think, and my bet is that it will cost me $650 a year.
I am 66, hubby 67, excellent credit rating, no accidents in almost 40 years. Mine is under $400 every 6 mos
 

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Mine went up 900 for the year. I pay 1700 I think for 4 cars, 3 of which are full coverage.
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