Alpina Insurance

ALPINA Costs - Insurance, Depreciation, Oil Usage

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Post by hap » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:20 pm

They said will ring next week see what they come up my sticking points will be I need business mileage but car is garaged and a fair figure for an agreed value and homestart if I can get sub 300 I will be happy but wait and see


Post by DAN@ADRIAN FLUX » Sat Sep 29, 2018 11:34 am

If anyone is looking for an agreed value insurance on their Alpina then please fell free to drop me a line. We can offer the option of a fixed agreed value on pretty much any car as long as it's over 12 months old.

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Post by hap » Thu Oct 04, 2018 5:16 pm

Rc is your b3s daily ?

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Post by Charles » Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:07 pm

B3S Touring, 20000 miles pa, Business use, £13,000 agreed value, 20+ NCD, no misdemeanours, rural and garaged location, driver qualifies for Saga cruises:

£295 fully comp with Admiral Multicar policy :D
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Post by TonyS » Fri Oct 05, 2018 1:29 am

Car : B3 Biturbo E93 phase I #121 - 2008
Age : 71
Location : Rural Bedfordshire
No claims discount : 9 years
Other people insured too : Definitely NOT on this car !
Insured with which company : LV Direct
Cost : £204.22/year at 3000 miles (multicar for 3 cars + house cover)
… only had this car 4 weeks, but already seriously considering doubling the mileage limit !

... now upped the mileage to 5000 a year, so now £214.17/year
2008 B3 Biturbo Cabrio #121

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Re: Alpina Insurance

Post by bmw virgin » Sun Aug 04, 2019 9:41 pm

Hi All,

Haven't posted here in a while but am still an Alpina owner!

It's time to renew my insurance and I was wondering if anyone could recommend an insurance company that's giving a good deal at the moment?

I'm currently with A-Plan who are asking £420 for my B4BT. Tried Adrian Flux but they want double! They put me through to Be Wise who wanted over£1800!!

Have also tried at least one comparison site but the cheapest quote was around £800 again.

Any recommendations, please?

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Re: Alpina Insurance

Post by Rav » Sun Aug 04, 2019 10:00 pm

I was in the same position last month and called Admiral.
They quoted me a nice price and i saved £250 on the A-Plan price and over £500 on the KGM Lloyds price (my previous insurance company)

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Re: Alpina Insurance

Post by B10BRW » Mon Aug 05, 2019 2:18 pm

I had my B4BT insured with LV, less than £300 P A, worth trying them.

Just renewed my B10 V8S with LV £222 inc protected NCB and Breakdown cover.

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