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Insurance Companies for Your Toyota Alphard


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Here are a list of Insurance companies known to provide insurance for the Toyota Alphard. These are in no particular order and may vary from car to car.

There may also be a chance that the advisor you talk to does not know anything about the Alphard, and you will need to ask them to talk to someone who knows. The list below has Alphards have insured Alphard's before.

 

Adrian Flux Insurance (also specialise in Imports and cherished cars)
0800 5876 331

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Advance Insurance
 01249461665

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Liverpool Victoria
0800 202 8460

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Admiral Insurance
0333 220 2085

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A-Plan Insurance (Thatcham)
01635 874 646
This is a local branch, possibly will deal with anyone over the phone. Have been know to insure Alphard's. Probably find your local A-Plan can also assist.

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Mark Richard (Jap Cover)
Japanese Imported Cars
01275 792 270
Japcover.co.uk

 

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Crowthorne Insurance Services Ltd

Import Car Insurance 08707 702933

www.crowthorne.co.uk/imported-car-insurance

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Japanese Car Import Specialists
http://www.japcover.co.uk/home
01275 792270

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Lifesure Group
Japanese Import Car Insurance Specialists
01480 402460

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Sky Insurance
Japanese Car Insurance
03303 331250

(Could not quote Alphard)

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Keith Michaels PLC
Japanese Import Car Insurance
0800 542 2141

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AJ Insurance Service
Import Insurance
0844 880 6708

 

If you have been insurance by another insurance company no listed above, (including campers) then comment below the company and phone number.
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In our 3rd year of Alphard ownership so tried a few insurance companies for quotes. 1st year was Sky then found Advance Insurance in Chippenham (after Sky wanted a huge premium hike & no claim to justify it).

Last Sept. wife got bashed up the rear (bumper & tailgate damage no rear lights broken) The other party's Admiral Insurance admitted immediate liability they took the car then said it could not be repaired. I went back to Advance who put me in touch with Ageas our actual insurer. Ageas sorted out all problems admirably. This year's renewal had no price hike. Throughout the claim/repair process of 2+ months we were driving a Htundai I800 at no cost to ourselves.

Our Alphard is now (very nearly) as good as it was before the accident.

Advance & Ageas have been brilliant so I recommend them wholeheartedly, Admiral I have concerns about - they are insuring peoples Alphard & apparently a minor accident would result in them wanting to scrap the vehicle! this was an option we were never going to accept

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Adrian Flux £1890 with £3000 excess  - Jeepers, that's crazy.

I'm with Pace Ward who insured my Evo's and Subaru's - £400 fully comp. I'm 43 with full NCD - i don't think my insurance will ever go down, last few years all my quotes have been around that mark.

Had a laugh with the lad on the phone at Direct Line - i think they quoted about £900. The bloke asked if i had 5 mins to spare for a wee experiment. Used the same details and put down the car as a Dodge Viper GTS - Came in at just under £700. Then put in for a Nissan GTR - Quote came back just a tad over £500!!!

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Having just bought an Alphard ive tried a few insurance companies and i think depending on the time of day which phase of the moon we are in depends on what they quote you, Adrian Flux has quoted me 650 whilst Mark Richards said they could not get me a quote so you pays your money and takes your chance. <safe motoring everybody

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Hi

im thinking of buying an alphard but finding difficulties in just even getting a quote, and the there is tax! How much would the tax be??? Can anyone advise, my children are all growing up and I’m running out of room, in my Kia carens. 

Ann

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We have owned a 3L 2002 Alphard for 3 & a half years now & live in Essex.

First year with Sky, no problem - no need to claim.

From the second year we went with Advance ( who insured us with Ageas) - upon having a no fault (to us) rear ender the other side's insurer (Admiral) wanted to write our vehicle off, we did not want this, Ageas had a proper engineer employed by them work with us, we got a satisfactory repair at no cost to ourselves & no increases in premiums subsequently because of the accident.

We are still with Ageas & I sing their praises because Admiral were frankly nasty & Ageas got our claim sorted at their inconvenience & at Admiral's cost! 

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Hi, we've had our V6 3litre Alphard for almost one year. Road tax renewal was 265.00 for the year. just recently paid.  Have current insurance through Advance Insurance with Ageas. Premium is 867.96 including free legal expenses cover and road rescue.  No claims made .  Starting to look for insurance renewal right now.  Going back to Advance first to see what can be offered.  When getting quotes last year Adrian Flux was off the wall, over £1000.00.  It really does seem like pot luck with these companies.  Much appreciate the list at the beginning of the thread. Will be trying a few after quote from Advance given.  Although our vehicle isn't converted to a camper I think we got our insurance on this basis as we use it for camping trips sleeping in it.  Think this helped with the pricing as mileage would be lower it was estimated as not using vehicle as everyday runaround.

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This topic was very useful for me. Just registered my Alphard 2010, 2.4litre Petrol and insured using links, I am 48, 8years NCD, 8years living in the UK, Adrian flux quoted more than 730£, LVE could not find the car. Jap cover quoted 366£, Lifesure 496£, finally Advance quoted me KGM by 354£ and I got it. I am still on cool down time. Drove 300miles this weekend. Nice!!

Thanks all for the good information.

Frank H

 

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hi i have put deposit on 2005 alphard hybrid 2.4l, since then i have scouted around for insurance quote and been very surprised at how expensive the imports are, has any member got the same, i would like to know how they run and if an owner has had any regrets in buying the hybrid. thanks for reading  

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Mark Richard's will not insure on the chassis number, for those of you who are importing your own Aphard/Vellfire.

They also state that they think the loophole where you can drive from the MoT Station to your home whilst unregistered (but insured+) has now been closed??

Lifesure Group are quoting iro £500 (74 yrs, parked in road, 9yrs NCB), the best quote so far (Adrian Flux £630, Mark Richard's no quote as above) but I'm still looking.  My Vellfire doesn't arrive for a few more days!

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I insured mine a month ago through Admiral and it came in at about £22 a month for myself and the missus (3.0L V6 2004 Alphard). I do have 14 year no claims though, so that probably helped - and I have another vehicle insured through Admiral (a 2016 Ford Ranger 2.2 XLT). I think I was an extra 80p a month to protect my no claims too!

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