I have found Allianz is generally the cheapest for me. No multi policy discounts are offered by Allianz but if you get your quote and insure on line there is a 10% discount.
My Overland CRD cost $1266 to insure for an agreed value of $81k. I do have a 60% NCB. I also selected windscreen replacement, rental car and protected NCB, and restricted driver over 30. It would have been a fair bit cheaper if I had only insured it for Market Value.
A Limited CRD would cost me $1030 to insure at market value with Allianz, which I think is around $58500. However, Allianz will replace new for old if you write the vehicle off in the first 2 years.
As others have said, there are many variables that factor into how much it will cost you to insure, apart from the vehicle "rating" itself (which includes factors such as cost of repairs etc) there are you own individual factors incl. postcode, if the vehicle is financed, is it garaged off the street, your driving history, NCB rating, distance driven per week, age, driving experience, other drivers.
If you are over 30, you can knock around $100 off the premium by selecting the restrict drivers to over 30 option if there is no one under 30 who drives your vehicle. You can also select a higher excess but you need to consider if upping the excess by a couple of hundred is worth it if the premium is not reduced by the same amount. Paying your premium up front is usually cheaper than paying monthly.
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MY2012 Overland 3.0 CRD In Mineral Grey