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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; I'm sure this has been covered multiple times but who has the cheapest rates? Progressive direct was the cheapest: qouted ...

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    WRX insurance

    I'm sure this has been covered multiple times but who has the cheapest rates?
    Progressive direct was the cheapest: qouted me for 120 a month basic coverage

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    qoute for 02 wrx wagon


    anyone else got cheaper rates?

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    2002 wrx sedan in ak

    in alsaka i pay 120 per month for full coverage with zero deductable on comp and 250 collision....at age 25 with statefarm

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    I'm 26, live in a Chicago suburb, and through Progressive I pay $85 a month for full coverage.
    I drive a WRX and work for Harley-Davidson .


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    Your all lucky, I just bought my 06 WRX TR, and im only 19, with Progressive, I pay 486.98 PER MONTH But in February im switching to Esurance, where ill be paying 317.~~ a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zobunef87 View Post
    Your all lucky, I just bought my 06 WRX TR, and im only 19, with Progressive, I pay 486.98 PER MONTH But in February im switching to Esurance, where ill be paying 317.~~ a month
    Holy crap

    Thats my car payment.

    i pay 186 for 2 cars and im at farmers. Oh and im 19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJO42387 View Post
    Holy crap

    Thats my car payment.

    i pay 186 for 2 cars and im at farmers. Oh and im 19.
    What the heck! WHY DO I PAY SO MUCH!

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    2006 SUBARU IMPREZA
    Policy Length: 6 months

    Term Premium: $ 2,067.70 *

    Monthly Premium: $ 344.61
    I dont understand why im payin so much while other people pay rediculous low amounts

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    I pay about 160 a month for my 06 w/Progressive.
    21 years old. No accident record. Havn't found anything cheaper.
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    This is just rediculous, I found some for 266 a month, but thats with 1000$ collision and comp :S

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    06 WRX TR. I pay $236.16 a month $1000 deductible comp/coll with Progressive, my last ticket was 4 years ago. Hit a deer and totaled my 04 WRX about a year ago. I'm 27 and live in MD.


    Insurance rates vary by your location, married or single type of car and driving record. When I owned an 02 Eclipse Gt my insurance was $400+ because my driving record was terrible. If you live in a rural area rates will be cheaper than living in a city. If you stick with an insurance company for a long time your rates will be lower than if you keep switching companies.
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    my insurance is about 667$ for 6 months, and im a 20 year old single male with good student and driver discount, (blobeye subaru)

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    I pay a tiny bit less than $60 a month for my wrx wagon for full coverage.
    You put that out there just to piss all the kids off, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
    You put that otu there just to piss all the kids off, huh?


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    A little over $100 a month for me and full coverage on teh '06 WRX wagon.
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