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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; that's what I thought as well, maybe they classify the wrx the same as an impreza possibly? idk...

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    that's what I thought as well, maybe they classify the wrx the same as an impreza possibly? idk

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2b4e View Post
    Has anybody looked into switching to Geico recently? I ask because I was trying to get an online quote the other day and when I went to select the vehicle, the wrx/sti was not listed on the drop-down menu, only imprezas and their other vehicles
    I have Geico and I pay 113 a month ( Living in FLorida ) and they have been very reliable. when I was in Myrtle Beach my payments were 49$ a month. No tickets for 12 years.

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    I changed from a 4runner to a 11 wrx. Payments went from $120 to $50 a month with geico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2b4e View Post
    that's what I thought as well, maybe they classify the wrx the same as an impreza possibly? idk
    I've had Progressive do that for me a few times. Had my first STI, and they just put it down as Impreza. I actually mentioned it so I wouldn't get in trouble. They said it's fine because when they enter in the VIN #, that's what came up. Whatever works for them...
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    They consider it an impreza with a turbo.

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    Hmmm well I guess that's a good thing lol

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    Just got a new car. For the same coverage, it's $1 a month cheaper. $108 a month with progressive. 27/m no accidents or tickets, Colorado.
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    I have progressive as well. Im 31 and in indiana. I pay 135 a month for a 13 wrx limited and a 94 muatang gt conv. Both have 250 deductables and 100/300 coverage across the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnzoG View Post
    Just got a new car. For the same coverage, it's $1 a month cheaper. $108 a month with progressive. 27/m no accidents or tickets, Colorado.
    Just moved to California. Ugh. $137 for same coverage so I had to drop it down to minimum medical payments, etc. 250 comp/1000 collision. $127.
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    22 yrs old, clean record, $1,690/yr
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    I'm with Geico, and pay $121 a month for my '13 Rex; I am 24, unmarried and clean driving record. Geico gave a lot of discounts others did not (college grad, etc) so that helped. Washington is what screwed me; I was only paying $92/month in Florida; it skyrocketed when I moved.
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    I payed $74/month unmarried then $50 married w/ car, rental and boat insurance.

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    24 1 accident on my record totalled car when I was 21 and I pay $100 a month through state farm 2013 WRX limited sedan

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