Seems like the dealers will be getting some U.S. spec demo's in the months following the LA auto show. Could we get an insurance quote off of the DEMO VIN numbers?
The VIN will be useless because there is no others to compare it to. The insurance will be based off the MSRP and basic layout of the car for quite some time until there is a database profile built for the car.nxm150 said:wondering if we could get the VIN # from the dealers and get a quote on it from our insurance company.
wallabyguy said:There will probably not be any discounts but there may be track (at Hethel) and stay packages. Offical word may come as early as next week at the press intro in LA (which I'm trying to fit into my schedule). Regardless, I should have an offical update of my Pistonheads article by the 7th of January.
Someone at state farm is smoking crack. Thats more than I pay for 7 cars each year...including a $50,000 Lincoln Navigator, modded 3rd Gen Rx7's ( 3 of them) and Miatas ( 3 of them)...FULL coverage.wallabyguy said:I spoke to State Farm regarding the rates which will be charged for the Elise upon it's arrival here in the states and covering the car when opting for european delivery. At this point, they do not have anything firm but based on the specifications, my cost would be $2,400/yr. (full coverage, $500 deductable). .