Maruti Suzuki Omni comes in three main variants; 5 seater, 8 seater and ambulance that can be modified according to your needs. Maruti Suzuki Omni has been a favourite among van users in India for a long time and is one of the top-selling cars in India. The large space and the simple technology the van offers are considered a fringe benefit by all.
There are a number of insurers providing insurance coverage for Maruti Suzuki Omni, a few among them are:
It would be wise to compare different car insurance policies before buying one.
|Variants of Maruti Suzuki Omni||*Ex-Showroom price for Bengaluru|
|OMNI 5 SEATER - METALLIC||Rs.2,91,697|
|OMNI 5 SEATER - NONMETALLIC||Rs.2,88,847|
|OMNI 8 SEATER - METALLIC||Rs.2,93,563|
|OMNI 8 SEATER - NONMETALLIC||Rs.2,90,533|
*Please note that the above prices are exclusively for Bangalore, the prices will change with the geographical location.
The company claimed mileage for all the variants of Maruti Suzuki Omni is 16.80 Kmpl.
|Engine Type||4 Stroke Cycle, Water Cooled|
|Displacement (CC)||796 CC|
|No of Cylinders||3|
|Power||34 bhp@5000 rpm|
|Torque||59 Nm@2500 rpm|
Car insurance comes with certain inclusions and exclusions that you need to be aware of when buying the insurance policy.
You can’t raise a claim for the following:
Your car insurance premium is calculated based on a number of factors such as:
You can buy car insurance for your Maruti Suzuki Omni either online or offline depending on your comfort.
Insurers have official websites and apps where you can compare and purchase a car insurance that meets your insurance requirements. Purchasing insurance online is easy and takes very little time.
Purchasing insurance offline can be stressful and could take a long time. You need to meet with a number of insurers/insurance agents, collect the relevant information on various insurance policies that exist and then compare them before making a choice.
Insurers provide a number of optional add-ons to increase the overall insurance coverage, a few among them are listed below:
You can trim your car insurance premium by:
Insured Declared Value (IDV) is the market value of your car depending on your car’s model, make, age, etc. The IDV varies from car to car, the higher the IDV of your car, higher will be the car insurance premium.
After a mishap, you can either raise a cashless or reimbursement claim. Below mentioned are the steps you need to follow while raising a claim:
Insurers have tie-ups with a number of authorised garages, these are called cashless garages. After a mishap you can raise a cashless claim request and take your car for repair at the nearest cashless garage. Post all the repairs are done, the insurer will directly pay the garage for their service without you having to pay for the expenses yourself.
In case, post mishap, you are unable locate a cashless garage, inform the insurer and raise a reimbursement claim request. Then take your car to the nearest garage to get it repaired. Under this claim, you need to pay for the services rendered by the garage and later submit the invoice to your insurer to get the amount you spent reimbursed.
Yes, it is mandatory to insure your car in India as per the Motor Vehicles Act.
All the cars manufactured by Maruti Suzuki are covered under the insurance.
Yes, you can transfer the No Claim Bonus discount when you change your insurer.
A cover note is a temporary document given by the insurer until the original insurance policy certificate is ready to be issued. The cover note is valid only for 60 days.
You need to sign the proposal form and submit the original copies as well as the xerox copies of documents such as driver’s license, address proof, vehicle registration, etc.