Excessivly High Insurance Rates on ZR2's or Bison's ?
I recently received my bill for the annual premium on my new 2019 Diesel Zr2 Bison.
To my shock the premium was double that of my 2016 Diesel 4x4 Colorado.
I have been paying a little over $500 a year for the premiums on my 2016 Diesel Colorado 4x4 LT2 .
The new 2019 Bison premium is over $1000.00 per year.
These two trucks are nearly identical, in that I have done several things aftermarket to my 2016 like the Icon stage 5 suspension and lifting blocks, both trucks have identical black leather interiors, the main differences are in the AEV bumpers and skid plates.
I am thinking in no way can this be right that the stickers, bumpers, and skid plates could possibly justify a premium double that of my 2016 Colorado.
Anyone else with a ZR2 or Bison run into hefty insurance prices?
2019 Colorado Dmax 4x4 White ZR2 Bison
Same wheel and tire combo as the 2016 .
More Mods to come.
2016 Colorado Dmax 4x4 White LT
Icon Stage V Suspension , 1" rear lift blocks, Fuel Black Anza 18x8 Rims, Cooper Zeon LTZ AT 285/60/18 tires, Duramax Tuner tune and Trans tune, Black bow ties, Black OEM fender flairs, lighted headache rack, and rails ,Westin tool box
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
2018 Silverado 1500 LTZ 6.2L 4x4.
2015 RAM 2500 4x4 CTD Laramie