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My insurance company has classified my 2020 Premier AWD as a "HIGH PERFORMANCE" vehicle and the insurance rates are elevated to match this classification. I as wondering if anyone else has come across this issue?
 

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Allstate classifies mine as:
  • 2020 Chevy Trucks Blazer
Not sure this is very accurate either! $600 every 6 months.
 

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State Farm classifies my RS AWD as a Sport Wagon here in Texas. The six-month premium (Aug–Feb) is $415. But that amount figures in three discounts: 1) bundle with home insurance, 2) Drive Safe & Save (device that monitors my driving), 3) COVID-19 discount. I have no idea what a normal premium would be.
 

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Allstate classifies mine as:
  • 2020 Chevy Trucks Blazer
Not sure this is very accurate either! $600 every 6 months.
That's what I'm paying currently (as a "Reduced Rate") on 2019 FWD 2LT V6. That's how they're rating them. I didn't know these was considered Hi Perf, but when you put your foot down, she really moves out! They don't typically give explanations on how they rate vehicles.
 

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