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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; South California, 30yrs old w/ plenty speeding tix. State Farm 0 full coverage. im happy w/ it for a 2014 ...

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    South California, 30yrs old w/ plenty speeding tix. State Farm $140 full coverage. im happy w/ it
    for a 2014 wrx sti

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    Quote Originally Posted by theHULK View Post
    South California, 30yrs old w/ plenty speeding tix. State Farm $140 full coverage. im happy w/ it
    for a 2014 wrx sti
    Bound to get someone's panties bunched by saying "full coverage."

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    Double post.

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    How much do you guys pay?

    For insurance? I called my insurance company and for full coverage on a 2014 WRX it's $127 dollars a month, the guy seemed shocked it was so low and that was the lowest payments he had ever seen for a wrx and said if I got a good deal on a wrx then I should go for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
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    Thanks!
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    I haven't bought a WRX yet, but I'm looking at an STi. I called my insurance company to get a quote. A 2014 STi will raise my premium $28 total (for all 6 months, not each month) over my current car- a 2013 Honda Accord Sport. My wife and I pay $118 a month for pretty good coverage on my Accord and her 2011 Traverse. I was surprised it wasn't going up significantly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeland111 View Post
    I haven't bought a WRX yet, but I'm looking at an STi. I called my insurance company to get a quote. A 2014 STi will raise my premium $28 total (for all 6 months, not each month) over my current car- a 2013 Honda Accord Sport. My wife and I pay $118 a month for pretty good coverage on my Accord and her 2011 Traverse. I was surprised it wasn't going up significantly.


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    Yeah mine is an extra 28 a month! And that's with nearly all the discounts applied also lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justanothername View Post
    Yeah mine is an extra 28 a month! And that's with nearly all the discounts applied also lol
    I'm paying $98 a month for my 2012 WRX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justanothername View Post
    Yeah mine is an extra 28 a month! And that's with nearly all the discounts applied also lol
    I'm paying $98 a month for my 2012 WRX.
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    $98? Damn. I pay $150, but I drive like a maniac and only have street parking in the city.
    Not so much anymore.

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    I meant it would take mine to appx. $123 a month for both of our cars, so about $60 a month for a 2014 STi.

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    20 years old, my WRX with full coverage, $1,000 deductable, 1240 a year. my Wagon is 577 a year for comprehensive and the other "needed" stuff in MA. just over 1800 a year for both cars, 150 a month.

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