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For some guidance I list the insurance group for each model:

2.0 163PS Diesel SE Manual Group 22
2.0 163PS Diesel SE Auto Group 22
2.0 180PS Diesel SE Manual Group 25
2.0 180PS Diesel SE Auto Group 25
2.0 200PS Petrol SE Auto Group 24
2.0 163PS Diesel Prestige Manual Group 22
2.0 163PS Diesel Prestige Auto Group 22
2.0 180PS Diesel Prestige Manual Group 25
2.0 180PS Diesel Prestige Auto Group 25
2.0 200PS Petrol Prestige Auto Group 25
2.0 163PS Diesel R-Sport Manual Group 24
2.0 163PS Diesel R-Sport Auto Group 24
2.0 180PS Diesel R-Sport Manual Group 27
2.0 180PS Diesel R-Sport Auto Group 27
2.0 200PS Petrol R-Sport Auto Group 27
2.0 240PS Petrol R-Sport Auto Group 29
2.0 163PS Diesel Portfolio Manual Group 24
2.0 163PS Diesel Portfolio Auto Group 24
2.0 180PS Diesel Portfolio Manual Group 27
2.0 180PS Diesel Portfolio Auto Group 27
2.0 240PS Petrol Portfolio Auto Group 29
3.0 V6 Supercharged S Auto Group 35
 
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I got some insurance quotes over the weekend.

Jaguar - £343.

Privilege - £161 - via compare.com,

Quite a difference!

This was for a 2.0d 180 ps Prestige. My current seven year old C class was £200 last time.

Jaguar offer free seven day insurance, which I will use. Interestingly that then gives you free excess insurance for the first year, which is nice, even without a full Jaguar policy. A few rules to follow to get that, it is all on the Jaguar site. Jaguar insurance will always use a dealer for repairs, other insurers don't, but it seems you can insist on it. But then you may not get a courtesy car and need to pay a higher excess.

Anyhow, just thought I'd share some numbers. Still got six weeks to wait for my car, so not made any firm plans on insurance yet.
 

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£800 is cheapest I could find (Admiral) - 2.0 200PS Petrol R-Sport Auto
 

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gsb1970 said:
HarryB said:
£800 is cheapest I could find (Admiral) - 2.0 200PS Petrol R-Sport Auto
Thats 'cos your like.. 12 Harry :mrgreen:
12 and three quarters actually!! :lol:
 

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I was amazed at how cheap the insurance was, ok so 53 and have max no claims but for the XE 3.0 s the best I found was £270 with Lloyds. In the end I just changed my existing policy, £78 extra for the next 9mths and this is coming for a Yaris 1.3 Trend of all things :)
 

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Should repairs be done by a Jaguar repairer with regards to warranty?

Many insurers prefer to use their own repairers (such as Direct Line), although I believe that you can ask for the repair to be done by a Jaguar dealer, but doesn't mean they will. Premiums also depend on excess.

I got rough comparable quotes from Direct Line (£473) and Jaguar insurance (£576) - male, 53, full protected no claims, hire car, legal protection and £150 total excess. M & S Bank has quoted £320 but with a £325 excess.

My experience of Direct Line has been very good and the repair has it's own warranty.
 

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I haven't read the small print but I assume that providing the repairer is Jaguar approved and uses genuine Jaguar parts, there should be no impact on warranty.

Most insurers try and push their own authorised repairers for cost protection and some penalise the use of other repairers by increased excess or no loan car. In the latter case, if it's an agreed TP blame then Car Hire firms will hire out a car and recover costs from TP Insurer.

There are of course many rating factors but I live South Hampshire, am older and best deal I have found for an XF is with LV; £250 last year and I expect XE to be lower. Should say that is with £400 excess.
 

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XE 240 R Sport - £195 with NFU and that includes full replacement cost for the first two years.

Bob
 
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