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I checked my insurance rates through my agent at Nationwide today because I am buying a 2000 Integra Type R next month.

I currently drive a 1999 LS (base model).

So get this...

1999 LS (Base Model) - $229 a month.
2000 Type R (Highest Model) - $202 a month.

My insurance agent says sometimes it just happens that way. Also if anyone ever wondered if color increases or decreases your payment my agent told me it does NOT.
 

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Color doesnt affect it. I used to thinl it did , but I asked them when I used to have a red teg.
 

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whoa really.. i always thought red made it a little higher. guess not. thats a pretty sweet deal. type r insurance cheaper than ls. so wat color is that r goin to be man
 

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its a nationwide thing...i too have nationwide. my insurance dropped when i bought my 2000 GSR as compared to when i had my 1995 LS. not a condierable amount, but it did drop some.
 

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If you have had no accidents or tickets, then you might just have gotten a higher rating and your insurance would have went down at your next renewal anyway. Because you are interupting your current policy then you get to experience those savings now!

At least thats how my insurance would work in Canada.
 

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usually year can affect it tooo- although not in your case. I added a 1994 GSR to my insurance as a daily driver over my 2000 GSR and saves $50. Color does matter depending on what insurance company you have.
 

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i dont think i read anywhere on my policy about color affecting price.. i woulda noticed if they have a purple catergory.. there are discounts for alarm, locking device(autolock, club), garaged car, being a good student, new driver and multicar discounts too..
 
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