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NSX made the Top 10

Crap! I got two on the list (mostly). No wonder the NSX insurance seemed pretty low when I compare it with my Phaeton! :)

Thanks for posting.
 
Sounds like a list about the NSX my wife would find too.
 
That's odd, because it costs me less to insure my NSX than my Integra Type R, even though the NSX is worth more...
 
My NSX is $50/6mths cheaper than my Accord... :confused:

I didn't read the article but does anyone know why there isn't a single Lambo or F-car on the list? In any case, this is a top 10 list we shouldn' be too proud of.
 
My NSX is $5 cheaper per month than our 2002 RSX-S was. Come to think of it, it's even cheaper than my Jeep Wrangler.
 
Like 92NSX, my spousal unit found this article (she is an AOL fan (which I'll be trying to change) ). Ah, so what. I think my insurance coverage (Progressive) is reasonable. Article not withstanding.
 
As I recently added my newly acquired 96-t, the insurance lady actually commented that she has never seen such a high IRG (Some rating they use) on any car she has insured before..but my rate is around $500 / 6 months. Which is almost the same as my 97 Accord LX sedan :confused: .

MIke
 
that really stinks..I have TWO on the list..cayenne turbo and the NSX...damn....
 
My NSX is insured as a weekend driver and cost $30 per month less than my Integra GSR and $20 per month less than my CL-S.
 
nsxtasy said:
That's odd, because it costs me less to insure my NSX than my Integra Type R, even though the NSX is worth more...

I'll have to agree with you on that one. When I was looking around for cars, both the s2k and the type r were ridiculous in cost for insurance. I think the article tosses the factor of theft. Although the insurance may be high for the car, there's no way it's the highest.

Looking carefully at the article I think this sentence is the key: "...This ranking applies only to the physical-damage portion of a policy..."

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VBNSX said:
Looking carefully at the article I think this sentence is the key: "...This ranking applies only to the physical-damage portion of a policy..."
Aha! Good catch. And that makes sense. If an NSX is in an accident, it is probably indeed one of the most expensive cars to fix. But that does not take into account the chances that the car will get into an accident, or be stolen, etc. Which is why NSX insurance really isn't all that much more than many other cars...
 
I'm assuming the site changed because I clicked on the link and got "TV's Most Famous Car Stars" and there's no NSX on that list, but the Batmobile is and so is the General Lee! YEEEE HAAAH!
 
Hapa88 said:
I'm assuming the site changed because I clicked on the link and got "TV's Most Famous Car Stars" and there's no NSX on that list, but the Batmobile is and so is the General Lee! YEEEE HAAAH!
Yes, that link doesn't point to the same article any more. The article was about the most expensive cars to insure. You can still find it here: http://www.forbesautos.com/advice/toptens/most-expensive-insure.html
 
nsxtasy said:
That's odd, because it costs me less to insure my NSX than my Integra Type R, even though the NSX is worth more...
thank the thieves out there for that ... :mad:
 
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