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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 thought this might be helpful for anyone concerned about insurance differences between WRX and STI. I traded in an ...

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    insurance anxiety

    I thought this might be helpful for anyone concerned about insurance differences between WRX and STI. I traded in an 04 red WRX for a black 04 STI this past August and the premium only went up $15.00 for a 6 month period. I'm also 27 and a college grad...maybe different for other people. Ironically, I'm paying less than half of what I used to in a Ford Escort LX with SR22 DWI insurance after I got busted in 97. At least I learned that lesson early in life....wouldn't want to drive the STI 3 sheets to the wind

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    Quote Originally Posted by etshulda
    I thought this might be helpful for anyone concerned about insurance differences between WRX and STI. I traded in an 04 red WRX for a black 04 STI this past August and the premium only went up $15.00 for a 6 month period. I'm also 27 and a college grad...maybe different for other people. Ironically, I'm paying less than half of what I used to in a Ford Escort LX with SR22 DWI insurance after I got busted in 97. At least I learned that lesson early in life....wouldn't want to drive the STI 3 sheets to the wind
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    i think I have already posted in here.. but it has changed so oh well LOL. I am 20 year old female, go through American Family Insurance and I have a 05' STI with a spotless history, and I pay around $160 a month havn't had to pay my first payment yet hehe.
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    When I get my '04 wagon next week, it's going to be $676 annually through State Farm.
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    I just got an 04 WRX, I'm 22 single male and still on my family's insurance.

    My portion of it is just under $100 / month

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    Just wait to you get over the hill like me. 27 and only $106.00 a month for the 04 STI.

    When I get my '04 wagon next week, it's going to be $676 annually through State Farm. -sweet deal! Are you like 40 or something?

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    -sweet deal! Are you like 40 or something?
    Cause, like, hardly anyone is that old!!
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    Cause, like, hardly anyone is that old!!

    -Ha ha, just curious because my dad pays about 400 a year for his saturn and he's in his 60's. I think it's great when I see older folks driving rexes....just kinda sux they hardly ever wave back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etshulda View Post
    Just wait to you get over the hill like me. 27 and only $106.00 a month for the 04 STI.

    When I get my '04 wagon next week, it's going to be $676 annually through State Farm. -sweet deal! Are you like 40 or something?
    LOL...nice...no, I'm 30. I've been with State Farm for 13 years, and have a clean driving record. Plus, State Farm rates the WRX as a very safe car, so that knocks down the rate also.
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    I'm a 22 year old male who has insurance through state farm. Where I live is considered close to Philadelphia (which hurts the rates). I have a 06 WRX, with no accidents and 1 speeding ticket which I was told doesn't count against me. Originally I was paying 195/month, but then they gave me some additional discounts and now i pay around 2088 a year.

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    insurance?

    how much would it be for a 05 WRX? and how much would it be for a 05 STI?

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    It depends where you live, driving record, blah, blah, blah.... anyhow, your best bet would be to call your insurance company and ask. I did for 04-05 wrx and 07 rs and it’s not too much more than to insure than what im driving now**
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    ... anyhow, your best bet would be to call your insurance company and ask.
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