The Subaru Impreza has been marketed as an affordable family car ‘for the road ahead’. But insuring a used Impreza can cost you up to 18% of the cost of your car in the state of Louisiana. The median price of a used Impreza is $15,495, and the average annual insurance rate is $2824, i.e., 18% of your total cost. In other states too, this car isn’t easy to buy insurance for. In Rhode Island, for example, the median price of the car is $12,777 and the average insurance is $1,924, i.e., 15% of your cost.
Mississippi is the least expensive state to buy a used Subaru Impreza, with a median price of only $9,997. The average annual insurance rate here is, however, $1463, i.e., 14% of the cost. If you compare these rates with Michigan, where the insurance percentage is also 14%, there is a huge difference in the rates. In Michigan, the median price of the Impreza is $19,328, and the average annual insurance rate is $2708.
Factoring in the average insurance rates, the most expensive states to buy insurance for an Impreza are –
|State||Year Range||Insurance Average ($)||Median Price ($)||Insurance Percentage (%)|
|Mississippi||2005 - 2012||1,463||9,997||14|
|Michigan||2005 - 2012||2,708||19,328||14|
|Rhode Island||2005 - 2012||1,924||12,777||15|
|Louisiana||2005 - 2012||2,824||15,495||18|
|Montana||2005 - 2012||2,041||15,990||12|
|Oklahoma||2005 - 2012||2,295||20,500||11|
|California||2005 - 2012||2,032||18,995||10|
If you live in a state where the median price of the car you covet is exorbitant, you have the option of buying the car from another state and getting it shipped back home. However, you do not have the option of buying your auto insurance from another state. Each state has its own auto insurance laws that affect the prices of your car in your state.