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#94448 - 28th Feb 2006 3:11pm Fiat Seicento
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im just lookin for cars with cheap insurance that i can modify. its an odd choice but what does everyone think of these cars? i think theyd look nice done euro style but i think id look ridiculous drivin 1 coz im just over 6 foot and im a big lad! so, what does every1 think of them?

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#94449 - 28th Feb 2006 3:20pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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there just boxes mate, yer they will have cheap insurance but you will have no features in the car it will be really basic, small engine ect. also depends on how much you are willing to spend on modding, if its much you might want to consider a slightly more spacious car, more room to play with happy

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#94450 - 28th Feb 2006 3:22pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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consider a pug 106 1.1 or a saxo 1.1
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#94451 - 28th Feb 2006 3:24pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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wud the insurance in a tiny car but THAT much lower than a small engines hatch (focus,astra mk3 1.4) etc??? im not one for small cars at all,ka's are quirky,how bout one of them,at least its not boxy,or chav
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#94452 - 28th Feb 2006 4:53pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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im just lookin for an alternative to my civic really, tryin to get ideas of what to look for. saxos and 106s are high insurance coz loads of boy racers drive and crash them.

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#94453 - 28th Feb 2006 5:06pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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i want a car thats cheaper to modify too. jap parts are really expensive, im just a poor scrounging student!

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#94454 - 28th Feb 2006 6:50pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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how bout the ej civic 1.3 16v there quite nippy and there low on insurance, or how but a vw lupo there a nice car
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#94455 - 28th Feb 2006 7:55pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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mini 998. small, fast considering it weight is only 700kg and think its only around group 2-3 insurance. parts can be cheap if you shop around.
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#94456 - 28th Feb 2006 8:08pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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Don't get a lupo, get a seat arosa. It's the same car but the insurance is waaaay cheaper than the vw. You can insure an arosa 1.4GT for the same amount as a 1.0 lupo.

Seicento is different and a nice car but insurance is actually more expensive than the likes of corsa 1.0 or a 106 1.1

Mini is a good choice too.

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#94457 - 1st Mar 2006 1:14pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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id love a lupo or arosa but theyr still a bit too pricey for me unless i can get a catD one from a salvage place or somethin.

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#94458 - 1st Mar 2006 1:36pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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JSL Have a Saxo for Sale mate, these are group 2 or 3 insurance, cheap as nuts....

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#94459 - 1st Mar 2006 1:50pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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ive had a quote for a saxo, actually used the reg from the saxo you've got for Sale!, my insurance would be really high with one. saxos can only take 3 stud alloys too cant they?
i appreciate it like but saxo insurance would mean spendin more money believe it or not. cheers anyway happy

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#94460 - 1st Mar 2006 1:55pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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base model saxos are 3 studs,the VT's and maybe the west coast have 4 stud hubs on,hub swaps are an idea,but IMHO no1 wants to go down the saxo route anyway,they just think saxos are "cheap pocket rockets" not true,whats ur budget on the car,and ur budget on the first years insurance,and ill try and point u in an ok direction,u can probably afford better than what u think
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#94461 - 1st Mar 2006 2:33pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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i spent about £2k on my civic, that was only in december so i want about that much back again and i can probably afford a few hundred more than that from my wages. im payin £2k a year on insurance now with liverpool victoria so id like somethin a bit cheaper to insure and a bit more economical. (and somethin thats cheaper to modify). i need to try and get rid of mine 1st but no ones interested/

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#94462 - 1st Mar 2006 2:50pm Re: Fiat Seicento
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will u get 2k for the civic? were mods declared etc,if u were payin 2k on a civic before u crashed it (was it ur fault?) then u'd pay over 3k to insure the same car,i think its FIAT panda time for u mate.adn even one fo those is gonna cost 2k probably,try elephant.co.uk input ur details on there and get quotes for
Ford Ka
Fiesta mk4 1.4
Corsa 1.0
Chickenchento thing
Astra mk3 1.4 (car will be cheap as hell and easily modded)
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