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Going from EP3 to FN2

Just wondering if people who have made the switch from the EP3 to the FN2 found much difference in insurance costs between the two cars?
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Re: Going from EP3 to FN2

From quotes not ownership fn2 is cheaper to insure

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Thanks mate, that is what I was hoping for.
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from CRZ to FN2 we had to pay nothing and renewal was 10% cheaper, with todays new hot hatches pushing 250bhp+ I guess the FN2 is no longer a premium hot hatch with premium rates
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from CRZ to FN2 we had to pay nothing and renewal was 10% cheaper, with todays new hot hatches pushing 250bhp+ I guess the FN2 is no longer a premium hot hatch with premium rates
Suits me and my wallet
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Mine was about the same when I switched even with the value insured being more on the FN2
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No real difference for me, insurance changes year on year anyway a little bit hti year it will be women being charged the same as men which will upset things for a while.
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