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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 pay 0 a month for an 08 wrx, no tickets ever... esurance too, so that is super cheap, but ...

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    I pay $150 a month for an 08 wrx, no tickets ever... esurance too, so that is super cheap, but still paying the same for about half the coverage as I did on my audi, that thing was dirt cheap to insure. But as said above call an agent, WRX's are expensive for sure, due to all the young men who decide to fly into trees and other cars imo
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    24, no tickets/accidents, 89 a month with 500 deductible on 09 rex hatch

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    64 a month with $500 deductable 1 accident and im 26

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatefun View Post
    64 a month with $500 deductable 1 accident and im 26
    color me jealous.....this will be about what mine is after my "hooray, you're 25" discount kicks in

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    an this is why geico quoted me $346 a month for full coverage....
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    I guess i got lucky, USAA quoted me +$4 over what i paid on my old car, a 08 Chevy Aveo. Geico actually quoted me -$4 over my old car and they also added 7 year 70k bumper to bumper warranty. From what i understand they said it's the same as the manufactures warranty. I need to do a little research but i think ill go with Geico.

    Right now USAA has both my cars (09 WRX, 04 Durange 5.7l) for $108 a month. Would be less if not for the wifes tickets. This is all in Omaha NE, being 26 also helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronacj View Post
    I guess i got lucky, USAA quoted me +$4 over what i paid on my old car, a 08 Chevy Aveo. Geico actually quoted me -$4 over my old car and they also added 7 year 70k bumper to bumper warranty. From what i understand they said it's the same as the manufactures warranty. I need to do a little research but i think ill go with Geico.

    Right now USAA has both my cars (09 WRX, 04 Durange 5.7l) for $108 a month. Would be less if not for the wifes tickets. This is all in Omaha NE, being 26 also helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyWreXX View Post
    an this is why geico quoted me $346 a month for full coverage....
    That's pretty cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyWreXX View Post
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    When i lived in FT Worth and i had my TSI AWD my insurance was in the high 200's. People drive alot more aggresive there. Age also helps, i was 17 with that car.

    I went to Crowley High school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    That's pretty cheap.
    really? Cause it seems effing expensive -.- how much is yours?

    Quote Originally Posted by aaronacj View Post
    When i lived in FT Worth and i had my TSI AWD my insurance was in the high 200's. People drive alot more aggresive there. Age also helps, i was 17 with that car.

    I went to Crowley High school.
    Thats gay. I wish I had it in the 200's.

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    WRX's crash alot?

    Wow. This can't be true... Edmunds.com along with the IHSA rated the WRX as having the highest loss rate among all types of insurance coverage.

    Drive safely people... lets prove them wrong

    Here's the link: Safety agency lists best, worst cars to insure- Yahoo! Autos Article Page
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