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Hi guys, i am from the avensis forum, however i seen a rolla for sale http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290463718356&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT what i need to know as its a GS 2.0 DIESEL would it be expensive on te insurance for a new driver who is an 18 year old and next is this worth putting a bid on it for him he not got a gret deal to spend but i could help him a little, he really wants to get a cheap motor though.

Any help would be gratefull.

Thanks

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Just been looking on Auto-trader and the same reg is Insurance group 10! So I guess it will be quite alot for an 18yr old.

A 1.3 gs Corolla would be better - http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201031364853826/sort/priceasc/usedcars/price-to/1000/model/corolla/make/toyota/page/1/quicksearch/true/radius/60/postcode/sk122re?logcode=p

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Yeah i agree, better off getting something with a smaller engine maybe a yaris?

My first car cost me 1400 quid on insurance for a year, it was a 1ltr corsa too haha.

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Thanks guys, just thought the car on offer was a good deal after doing some foning around earlier we could not find a cheap quote, poor youth of today are getting stung big time on insurance he said he will wait just fed up of being a taxi as he lives with us.

Well thanks again for the replies. thumbsup.gif

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