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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; Originally Posted by ScoobyWreXX really? Cause it seems effing expensive -.- how much is yours? I used to pay over ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyWreXX View Post
    really? Cause it seems effing expensive -.- how much is yours?
    I used to pay over $500.

    Heather (Speedette) pays $75 a month and she's a FAR more aggressive driver than I am and a worse driver.
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    This stats have become skewed over time as more and more used WRXs fall into the price range of kids who tend to suck at driving and tend to more commonly have FnF delusions.


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    This stats have become skewed over time as more and more used WRXs fall into the price range of kids who tend to suck at driving and tend to more commonly have FnF delusions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    I used to pay over $500.

    Heather (Speedette) pays $75 a month and she's a FAR more aggressive driver than I am.
    yeah but the $350 I was quoted is like BARE MINIMAL. like $1000 Deductible, and no extras and lowest everything... LOL I think I was originally quoted over $500
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    my wife and i have usaa also and we pay about $135 for my wrx and her 03 eclipse spyder gt, and thats full coverage and $500 ded. plus she has a speeding ticket.
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    ^^ I hate u too. I forgot to add that we are married and I am 34 and the wife is 36..... No tickets for me for the last 6 years... BOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
    This stats have become skewed over time as more and more used WRXs fall into the price range of kids who tend to suck at driving and tend to more commonly have FnF delusions.


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    Exactly, this last paragraph sums it up:

    "That may ultimately be the problem with the WRX - it's not the car, it's the people who drive it. After all, Edmunds Straightline notes, the WRX offers a lot of horsepower for a low price. "Build a performance car and price it low enough for younger drivers to afford, and then, the insurance companies step into to ruin the fun," they comment."
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    Gotta pay to play...it's no secret to the insurance companys why you purchased the WRX instead of the N/A impreza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerboy827 View Post
    Gotta pay to play...it's no secret to the insurance companys why you purchased the WRX instead of the N/A impreza.
    Ya, no kidding... And it really is the driver's fault. Not the car.

    Sorry for the repost, haha...
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    I love the line about how using Allstate in DC it's $600 more than a Ford Taurus. Because they are 2 comparable cars...and using only 1 insurance quote is a fair estimate. Idiots!

    My insurance actually went down when I switched from a 91 Stealth TT because of great crash test ratings on the WRX. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerboy827 View Post
    Gotta pay to play...it's no secret to the insurance companys why you purchased the WRX instead of the N/A impreza.
    You must not have read the linked article. It states, "It's actually possible, IIHS data show, to buy a powerful sports car that's relatively easy to insure. The Corvette Convertible, for instance, makes the list of the ten best insurance risks." Granted, the age demographic for a Corvette convertible is much different than the WRX, but it's about loss-rate scores, not driver age, and that's were the WRX finishes last.

    I didn't but my two brand new WRXs to crash them, I bought them to drive them. As a responsible WRX owner, it frustrates me to know that the high insurance rates I've paid for seven years with no tickets or accidents, come directly as a result of irresponsible drivers. Thanks!

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    the combo of low price and high performance, yeah i can believe it. there derived from the rally car, what can you expect?
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    My Corvette costs less to insure than my WRX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah View Post
    My Corvette costs less to insure than my WRX.
    really? i couldn't have guessed that. i assumed an 02 vette would be more
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    ....I guess this is the reason that USAA keeps upping my premium every six months on my 2 WRX's. Clean records, no tickets and yet every six months the rates increase along with my age.
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