$396/6 months for a 6s. But I'm old (37); no tickets/accidents in the last 19 years. Plus I live in Vermont, where:
1) If you hit your blinker, people actually slow down a little to let you in, instead of accelerating to close the gap. (Took me a while to get over my California driving habits and learn to be nice to fellow motorists again!)
2) People leave their cars running with the doors unlocked in winter when they run into the post office.
So I don't think they have huge accident/stolen car payoffs here compared to some other states.
$1244/yr with more than full coverage (upped the limits to cover higher amounts in-case I run into a Mercedes or something); no deductables, flood and earthquake coverage too. No tickets, no accidents. Less than 10K miles a year. Age 32. It's exactly $1.00 less than the same coverage on my 2000 Protoge ES--go figure?
$375 for the i model, about $15 more for the s model. That's for 6 months.
Full coverage, Michigan, 34-yo female, no tickets, multi-car discount, multi-line discount thru State Farm. $500 deductible on regular collision (the one where you pay the deductibe whether it's your fault or not); $0 deductibel comprehensive. $100000/300000/100000 liability I believe.