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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; I'm 26, live in a Chicago suburb, and through Progressive I pay a month for full coverage....

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    I'm 26, live in a Chicago suburb, and through Progressive I pay $85 a month for full coverage.
    I drive a WRX and work for Harley-Davidson .


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    Your all lucky, I just bought my 06 WRX TR, and im only 19, with Progressive, I pay 486.98 PER MONTH But in February im switching to Esurance, where ill be paying 317.~~ a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zobunef87 View Post
    Your all lucky, I just bought my 06 WRX TR, and im only 19, with Progressive, I pay 486.98 PER MONTH But in February im switching to Esurance, where ill be paying 317.~~ a month
    Holy crap

    Thats my car payment.

    i pay 186 for 2 cars and im at farmers. Oh and im 19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJO42387 View Post
    Holy crap

    Thats my car payment.

    i pay 186 for 2 cars and im at farmers. Oh and im 19.
    What the heck! WHY DO I PAY SO MUCH!

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    2006 SUBARU IMPREZA
    Policy Length: 6 months

    Term Premium: $ 2,067.70 *

    Monthly Premium: $ 344.61
    I dont understand why im payin so much while other people pay rediculous low amounts

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    I pay about 160 a month for my 06 w/Progressive.
    21 years old. No accident record. Havn't found anything cheaper.
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    This is just rediculous, I found some for 266 a month, but thats with 1000$ collision and comp :S

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    06 WRX TR. I pay $236.16 a month $1000 deductible comp/coll with Progressive, my last ticket was 4 years ago. Hit a deer and totaled my 04 WRX about a year ago. I'm 27 and live in MD.


    Insurance rates vary by your location, married or single type of car and driving record. When I owned an 02 Eclipse Gt my insurance was $400+ because my driving record was terrible. If you live in a rural area rates will be cheaper than living in a city. If you stick with an insurance company for a long time your rates will be lower than if you keep switching companies.
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    I pay a tiny bit less than $60 a month for my wrx wagon for full coverage.
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    my insurance is about 667$ for 6 months, and im a 20 year old single male with good student and driver discount, (blobeye subaru)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    I pay a tiny bit less than $60 a month for my wrx wagon for full coverage.
    You put that out there just to piss all the kids off, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
    You put that otu there just to piss all the kids off, huh?


    Being geriatric DOES have its advantages.
    (also clean driving record, multiple car discount, discount because I insure my house through the same company, etc, )
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    A little over $100 a month for me and full coverage on teh '06 WRX wagon.
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    Don't feel too bad, there's a thread going on right now at evolutionm.net of a kid who was quoted $600 a month for an Evo, and that's with his mom as the primary driver!

    By the way, not that it makes any difference but our insurance went up $75 a month when I added my Evo to the policy (and it's actually less now that they're also deducting for having it stored away during the winter months).

    As RayfieldsWRX said, the discounts can add up...
    "The way a press launch for a new car works is, a car manufacturer flies a group of automotive journalists to a nice location, pays their expenses, wines and dines them for several days, and lets them drive the new car all over the place. Then they go home and write objective stories."

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    $47/month for the bugeye. Same considerations as Ray, except unlike in space invaders this time I win.

    Of course he didn't have to go to court three times recently to keep it that way.

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