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    What's the cheapest insurance for a Benz C Class?

    As of two days ago, I'm the proud owner of a 2013 Mercedes Benz C Class.

    Like with all my purchases, I"m a penny pincher. I want to get the cheapest possible insurance for my baby (but also from a reliable company).

    According to Yahoo, it's going to cost me on average $1600/year to insure it.

    autos.yahoo.com/mercedes-benz/c-class/2013/c300-4matic-sport-sedan/cost.html (guesss I need 5 rep points to post links? can anybody help me out? )


    My question is - where can I get it cheaper? I'm looking to spend around $600 for a 6 month policy.

    What companies should I look at? What quote comparison sites should I use?

    All help appreciated.

    Thanks guys.

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    Geico -- I've had lots of success with it, a few friends have switched from NJ Manufactuers to Geico & are now paying 1/2 for better coverage. Obviously lots of factors pay into it though
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    Been hearing good stuff about GEICO and State Farm. Might check out some local options as well. (Queens,NYC)

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    Geico here.
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    GEICO keeps getting good reviews.

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    Moved to C-Class -> W204

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    Wawanesa is unfortunately not an option for me. (is that a Cali thing)
    The cheapest rates in my area I found are from 4autoinsurancequote.com (google them). they hooked me up with $85/month full coverage from GEICO. Can't complain.

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    Sounds like a fine deal to me.

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