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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 RySTI It's considered a sports car from an insurance point of view. No. Just....no. No they do ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RySTI View Post
    It's considered a sports car from an insurance point of view.
    No. Just....no. No they do not. I think you need a crash course in how insurance really works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RySTI View Post
    NO THEY NO JUST NO
    You make no sense.

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    2013 Sedan WRX in SOCAL

    Age: 25
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    $150/mo
    Summary of Coverage: 300/100


    Could have it for $30 a month for state laws minimum but effffff that.

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    My insurance on a WRX cost almost exactly the same as my 2011 Nissan Frontier. Did a quote on Progressive, switching the two vehicles out without changing anything else, about $2 cheaper in a WRX. 6mo = $750 in Baltimore, not the greatest driving record, 32yo.

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    I have a '13 WRX hatchback, i'm 25 and my insurance comes to 75 per month with full coverage and $1000 deductibles. It helps that I live in a smaller city.

    It is worth noting that through progressive I could have a hatchback STI with the same rates apparently. BUT, if i get either WRX or STI in a sedan the cost goes up pretty substantially.

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    I'm going on 20 in a few weeks and I pay $118 a month on my 02' WRX Sedan

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
    Lets please not go out of our way to pee on peoples parade simply because you have developed contempt for the WRX and people who like to think of them as sports cars.
    J FTW!!!


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    2013 sti

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    Governtment discount and married.

    160 a month.

    i feel like im over paying!!!!!
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    160 a month for a brand new STI certainly isn't a bad premium at all...I was paying $280 a month on a 3 year old STI at the time when I was 25.
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    $90 a month for $500/500 coverage. Age 22 with a clean record. 2013 WRX Hatch.

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    Changing from a 2001 Forester to 2013 WRX (with $250 deductible on a clean driving record, married) made my rates go up a whopping $80 per year. I guess membership in the "old farts club" has its advantages.

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    I have a 2013 WRX.. I'm 19 and have full coverage with no accidents or tickets. I pay $140/mo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeezy View Post
    I have a 2013 WRX.. I'm 19 and have full coverage with no accidents or tickets. I pay $140/mo.
    What insurance company are you with? Are you under your parents plan?

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    Man, I feel like I'm over paying now.
    $170 full coverage with State Farm and I have a '13 WRX hatch
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