Insurance cost for a 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Shaker?

Asked by Jun 06, 2015 at 04:51 PM about the 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Shaker

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I'm 16 years old and would like to insure a
leased 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Shaker in
Michigan. I already know insurance is going
to be astronomical... Just would like an
estimate of how high... Thanks!

6 Answers

$8,000 a year, $670/month. But it will be more than that. They would only give me a minimum liability premium without filling out name, address etc.

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The big question is why is a 16 year old driving a car like that? No driving experience, high output engine. At one time a lot of companies would not insure high performance vehicles to anyone under 21 and even then it was high. Nice job on the quote FordNut, was that just liability and not collision?

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That's right 'shoes. The only place that would quote at all gave me that for minimum liability. NO comprehensive/collision/un-underinsured motorist. I wouldn't be surprised if it is double or more. And really...if you do this I hope you see your 17th birthday. Your parents should think this over.

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Call Anthony at Choice Pro Insurance.. he can give you an exact quote. 951-206-6588. Tell him Doug at Military Auto Center referred you. He is a broker and shops about 50 or so company's. We work with a lot of young military and he seems to get them some very good quotes even for high performance cars. I am driving a 2011 Challenger SRT8 392.. monster of a car.. love it. You can check it out on our web site. Good luck and stay safe out there.. especially in a car like this.

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I'm not doubting your suggestion MAC7Auto, but can a 16 year old even enter a lease contract?

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The Q was about a quote for insurance.. 16 .. he can drive... the status of him owning a vehicle is moot but it would be wise of him to know cost of insurance at his age. Good for him doing the research and being informed.

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