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For those who already purchased/leased a FFS how much did you insurance go up or down????

I called erie and they told me $1207.00 per year, but since I did not have a vin
it could be less.

**** and arm and leg on the insurance now, may have to look for another
company...
 

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For those who already purchased/leased a FFS how much did you insurance go up or down????

I called erie and they told me $1207.00 per year, but since I did not have a vin
it could be less.

**** and arm and leg on the insurance now, may have to look for another
company...

I had a 2014 fusion SE and it actually went down when i got my Sport... i'm in Canada, so don't know if that makes a difference or not... went from 760 to 690 a year.
 

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That seems reasonable. However, it all depends on your coverage selections and deductible limits.

I have tend to select the upper coverage limits, $500 Collision, $250 Comprehensive w/ $50 glass, Rental reimbursement at $30/day, I pay $643 for 6 months under progressive.
 

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You would think that with all the safety stuffins's on the FFS that it would
insurance would be cheaper.

I guess they are taking a lot into considerations when it comes to the speed
of the FFS
 

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I just got off the phone with Progressive (my policy holder) and I actually just got it lowered. Silly me, they didn't have my wife listed and married to me... saved me $300 on a 6 month policy! I've also been with Progressive for 11 years, so I get a slew of other discounts.
 

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Mine went up $50/mo. but that's because it was $0 before :D.

Had a company vehicle, but they gave me the title and said to transfer it to my name. So I did, and traded it in for the Sport!
 

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Well, I think the person said that it would be an increase of $300.00 per year, because I did
not have a vin, I will get a better ideal once I get the new car and have it
transferred over...
 

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Also asked my ins., Progressive, if there was a discount based on commute distance since I'm 2 mi from the office.

Said no, but you could put one of those data loggers in for x months or something and get a discount based on that.

No point in having a Sport with that tho!
 

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Also asked my ins., Progressive, if there was a discount based on commute distance since I'm 2 mi from the office.

Said no, but you could put one of those data loggers in for x months or something and get a discount based on that.

No point in having a Sport with that tho!
I did that for 6 months... it was more annoying than a woman nagging you to do stuff around the house.

So, it basically just watches for hard decellerations. Hard accelerations or fast driving doesn't affect it. Needless to say, rush hour traffic caused that thing to beep 4-5 times a day.
 

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I received a quote from progressive and the cost for 6 months
which was $374.00 for six months, so I will probably be changing
insurance companies.
 

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I received a quote from progressive and the cost for 6 months
which was $374.00 for six months, so I will probably be changing
insurance companies.
Progressive has been great for me. I shop around every year, typically through an agent (friend of mine) and no one can touch the rates I'm getting. I got in an accident the day I got back from my honeymoon, 12k in damage to the 14' FuSE, and Progressive handled it with zero issues or snags.
 

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I have esurance for both our cars and no one comes close (in the south Seattle area); many quotes received last week were double what I currently have.
 

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We have Traveler's and I replaced my 2009 Fusion SE with the 2017 Fusion Sport. It was an increase of $98 per year. I expected an increase didn't think the it was that bad. I may shop around for rates, but I try to do that regularly anyway.
 

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We have Traveler's and I replaced my 2009 Fusion SE with the 2017 Fusion Sport. It was an increase of $98 per year. I expected an increase didn't think the it was that bad. I may shop around for rates, but I try to do that regularly anyway.
That't not a bad increase at all. You may find that other insurers will be more depending on your length and loyalty with your current insurer.
 

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We have Traveler's and I replaced my 2009 Fusion SE with the 2017 Fusion Sport. It was an increase of $98 per year. I expected an increase didn't think the it was that bad. I may shop around for rates, but I try to do that regularly anyway.
So you went from worth $5K to a new one that lists at $35K, and your insurance only went up $98 for the entire year? That seems like a helluva deal to me.

I have Traveler's as well, was the best price I could find.
 

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Progressive:
100k/300k/100k for Bodily Injury & Property Damage, Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist
$1,000 comp
$1,000 collision
No medical payments, rental, gap, roadside etc.

$702/year
Same rate as my '15 FuSE 2.0L
 

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I had State Farm and they originally told me that my insurance was going to go up by $180 a year. A couple weeks later I got my updated policy info and it had gone up $550 a year. My old car was a '13 Sonata 2.0 turbo. Switched to Allstate now for $680 a year for even more coverage than I had before! 100/300/100 $500 deductible with every extra option available.
 

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Geico, here! $ 620.00 for 6 months 100/300 .100 uninsured motorist, comp.250/ coll. 500 all the medical stuff, plus warranty stuff that the dealer warranty don't cover. Great people. It went up 89.00 from my 2016 Fusion SE. Erie wanted 750.00 for 6 mo. I am doing a defense driver course. that will give you a 10% discount... New York. Michigan had bad rates they force us to take PIP..I can't understand HOW people get away by not having any insurance but law enforcement is busting them all the time .
 
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