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  • Online Pickaxe   gb

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    Honda Crosstourer Model Name
    on: Sep 20, 2021, 10.31 am
    Sep 20, 2021, 10.31 am
    Hi,

    This is probably a question for UK members only.

    Just getting insurance renewal quotes for my 2018 Honda VFR1200X XDJ Crosstourer DCT Highlander.

    Models listed automatically and for selection are 1) Honda VFR1200X DCT 2012 on 2) Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer Highlander 2013 on

    Which would you say is correct?

    Regards

    Dave

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    Re: Honda Crosstourer Model Name
    Reply #1 on: Sep 20, 2021, 11.35 am
    Sep 20, 2021, 11.35 am
    model changed design in 2015 so 2013 on is closest

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    Re: Honda Crosstourer Model Name
    Reply #2 on: Sep 20, 2021, 11.39 am
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    *Originally Posted by demonbane [+]
    model changed design in 2015 so 2013 on is closest
    I was more concerned about DCT/Highlander both of which is applicable to my bike but not as a selection on the insurance website

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    Re: Honda Crosstourer Model Name
    Reply #3 on: Sep 20, 2021, 08.55 pm
    Sep 20, 2021, 08.55 pm
    Unless your bike is bog standard I would always get them to list your bike's modifications on the policy -so they have no wriggle room on valuation if you have to make a claim.Simply giving them the reg should allow them to quote otherwise - your bike should be registered correctly on the DVLA database.
    incidentally Bikesure did this for me -no extra premium -but their "multibike policy wasn't cheapest as they make a £30 alteration fee -on top of any premium addition- for their time.
    so sticking a second bike on insurance was cheaper elsewhere even paying without "no claims" discount!

     



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