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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; Is Massachusetts just crazy cheap or something? I'm 24 with one very minor accident (3+ years ago) and I pay ...

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    Is Massachusetts just crazy cheap or something? I'm 24 with one very minor accident (3+ years ago) and I pay $71 a month for full coverage.
    Looks like it goes to $110 a month if I want my deductibles to be tiny.

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    The most despised thread... Insurance?

    Everyone hates this topic because no-one likes paying for insurance and prices vary for everyone and every vehicle.

    With that in mind... How are the rates on these cars? I'm looking at an 06 WRX... I have a clean record and intend to go with a $500 ded both comp/coll.

    Progressive quoted me at $30/mo more than my 04 Explorer with full coverage and $1k ded's. Doesn't seem so bad to me?

    Oh one more bit of info, I'm 22, so sub-25 will obviously equal higher rates by default (%&$#ers).
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    I'm paying something like $560/year for full coverage on my WRX.

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    I don't think it's a useful question. I thought the same when it was asked in this thread; however the thread has pages and pages of responses:

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    Ahh missed that thread! Thanks for the link haha s
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    $101 a month with State Farm. I have super low deductibles. 2013 WRX. I'm 29.

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    That's a good rate for sure.
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    I am 30 and live in Maine. I have full coverage with $500 deductible. I pay about $76 a month with state farm. 08 wrx.

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    Insurance on 04 subaru wrx?

    What would insurance on a 04 subaru wrx sedan be? It would be minimum insurance on Allstate. I'm 15 years old going to be 16 soon. I just wanted an idea before I call the insurance company for myself. Thanks

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    Unfortunately, no one here is going to be able to answer that. Best thing to do is call a bunch of different companies and get quotes from all of them.
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    Not even worth considering IMO.
    The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong in the broken places. But those that will not break it kills. It kills the very good and the very gentle and the very brave impartially. If you are none of these you can be sure it will kill you too but there will be no special hurry. Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms, 1929
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    A lot.

    As Calvinball said, nobody here can tell you that. We aren't insurance companies/agents. Unless of course...one of the random people who actually are an agent pops on here and sees this thread...

    Call up companies and find out. Hell, do a Progressive online quote. I'm betting you no matter what though, it won't be pretty.
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