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This is a discussion on Insurance for WRX's and STI's within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; This has turned into a standard "how much are you paying" discussion, so I've merged it with the existing Insurance ...

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    This has turned into a standard "how much are you paying" discussion, so I've merged it with the existing Insurance thread.
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    Guys I'd seriously reconsider where all that money goes. It's your money, do what you want with it, but if you're paying $200 or even more per month to just insure a car, maybe it'd be a better idea to get another car that costs less to own. There's no point in just giving insurance companies money. It's a Subaru, they'll make more, just wait.
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    JUST added an 06' WRX to my ins. & now ( including my 02' WRX) I'm paying about $230 a month for both full coverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    Guys I'd seriously reconsider where all that money goes. It's your money, do what you want with it, but if you're paying $200 or even more per month to just insure a car, maybe it'd be a better idea to get another car that costs less to own.
    Thank you. I was beginning to think that I was the only one shocked at some of these premiums.
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    usaa hooked me up i pay 93/month full coverage w/free glass for a 06 wrx and a 06 legacy gt, 500 deductable w/ 50/100 coverage. funny thing is insurance in az is usually very expensive. we were thinking of moving 12 miles away from where i live now and my premiums doubled. think i'll just stay where im at.lol
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    State Farm- 2004 WRX wagon $72/month w/ $100 comp and $250 collison deductibles I'm seeing almost a $40/month reduction due to multi-line, multi-vehicle, accident free

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    As far as the Evo vs. STi arguement goes, Mitsubishi's are generally more expensive to insure for some reason or another. You also have to keep in mind that 'Cost of Repair' is a very important statistic to insurance companies, and your average Subaru owner will nickel and dime an insurance company while settling an accident (i.e. you cant buy me just one new tire because all four have to have the same tread wear).

    Also, from what I've gathered, all Impreza's are lumped together for the purpose of generating the 'score' that insurance companies use to determine rates. Your rate is then modified by which model Impreza you have. Which would explain why my insurance is higher on a NON-TURBO Impreza RS than it would be on a LGT; your average Impreza driver is a higher risk to insure than your average Legacy driver.

    Another interesting thing I came across while I was shopping rates was that the wagons effect your rates just as much as the turbos, but in the opposite direction. An Allstate agent told me that my 2.5RS Sedan scored a 20 on their system (whatever taht means), while a 2.5RS Wagon was a 16, and a WRX Sedan was a 24. I thought that was interesting.

    I pay $160/mo for my insurance, but I have a whopper of a speeding ticket (96 in a 70) so I really can't swap companies. I'll just have to swallow it until next April, when my speeding ticket falls off, I turn 25, and I'll get my 3year discount. I'm expecting to see my rates cut in half.
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    damn.. no tickets, 1 (at-fault) accident 1.5yrs ago and my insurance for WRX Limited is $338/month - State Farm

    What am I doing wrong? Why are they screwing me!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96accord View Post
    damn.. no tickets, 1 (at-fault) accident 1.5yrs ago and my insurance for WRX Limited is $338/month - State Farm

    What am I doing wrong? Why are they screwing me!?
    Guys get to bend over until they are 25, its as simple as that. Unless you can load up on the discounts, i.e. married, good student, multi-car, length of policy, good driver, etc.

    Some of my customers who have bought Evo's have found that, while it isn't the best company in the world, Esurance is hella cheap. Like....$130/mo for 18yr olds. Check it out.
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    try a quote from progressive. i had state farm for 13 yrs and although they are a great insurance company, they are also one of the most expensive IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_M View Post
    try a quote from progressive. i had state farm for 13 yrs and although they are a great insurance company, they are also one of the most expensive IMO.
    out here Gieco is the most expensive for me.. $600/month for WRX and $766/month for STi!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_M View Post
    try a quote from progressive. i had state farm for 13 yrs and although they are a great insurance company, they are also one of the most expensive IMO.
    Progressive is who I carry. From what I can tell, they are a decent company with competitive rates.
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    Progressive is what I have...$216 a month I just saw on my statement, which is cheaper than what I thought it was, haha. And thats for an STI.

    Geico is Ass...I might just have to look up Esurance...

    ...and I have a lot more than ONE whopper of a speeding ticket...

    110 in a 50
    90 in a 55
    85 in a 50
    80 in a 55
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    ...and I have a lot more than ONE whopper of a speeding ticket...

    110 in a 50
    90 in a 55
    85 in a 50
    80 in a 55
    ...think I drive fast?
    And you still have your license? /hatsoff to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWBarrett View Post
    And you still have your license? /hatsoff to you
    yeah why do you still have your license Mike?! and you only pay $200ish/month!! WTF

    you must be doing something for the insurance company!

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