Subaru WRX insurance rates

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Average Subaru WRX insurance rates

The average comprehensive insurance policy for a Subaru WRX is $139 a month, or $1,478 a year. Your actual cost could be higher or lower depending on your driving record, the number of kilometres you drive in a year and other factors. To determine our estimated cost, we aggregated quotes from 5 insurance companies using this profile:

  • 2017 Subaru WRX
  • More than 30,000 kilometres driven yearly
  • No accidents in the past five years
  • Driver located in Sydney
  • Car parked in garage at night
  • Black vehicle

About the Subaru WRX

Subaru WRX Insurance FinderThe Subaru WRX has been around since 1992 and it is currently in its fifth generation. The compact car is known for its strong engines and sharp handling. The Subaru WRX is a high-performance variant of the company's Impreza model.

Insurance companies determine the insurance cost for a Subaru WRX based on safety ratings, theft rates, replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility. Insurance rates can change based on your driving history and location. If you're considering a Subaru WRX, grab quotes from several insurance companies to find the lowest premium possible before you commit. Do your research to see if you qualify for insurance discounts.


Compare insurance providers that cover the Subaru WRX

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Discounts: Buy online and save up to 15%.
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Highlights: Only Australian insurance brand that can pay out some claims instantly due to continuous anti-fraud checks. Provides simplicity and the right technology to their members so they can worry less.
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Discounts: Buy online and save 15%.
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Discounts: Save 15% when purchasing online. Plus earn 5,000 Velocity Points when purchasing a new eligible policy by 28 August 2019. T&C’s apply.
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Discounts: Save up to 10% when you buy online.
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Highlights: Emergency roadside assistance included in Comprehensive policies.

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Random Subaru Facts

  • Subaru is a Japanese auto manufacturer founded in 1953.
  • Subaru is a well-known brand for rally racing. Since 1973, Subaru vehicles have won 47 World Rally Championships.
  • 1973 was also the year Subaru entered the Australian market.
  • Approximately 96 percent of Subaru cars that were built in the past 12 years are still working today.
  • Subaru uses a boxer engine layout in all their cars. The boxer engine makes for a safer and smoother ride.

How does the Subaru WRX compare?

Various 2017 Subaru models can range in price from $17,710 to $60,060. The 2017 WRX sits at the upper end of that range, with a base price of $35,990 and going all the way up to $60,060. With the average insurance rate at $1,478 per year, the annual insurance cost–to–base car price ratio is 4.1%.


How safe is the Subaru WRX?

The Subaru WRX earned a 5-Star overall safety rating from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). It scored a perfect 16 out of 16 on its side impact crash test and a 14.85 out of 16 on its frontal offset crash test.

The most recent Subaru WRX model includes antilock brakes, blind spot monitoring and stability control.


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