The Vitara Brezza is Maruti Suzuki’s latest addition to their line of innovative products in India. The SUV is attractive and aims at improving driving experience by using green technology. The bold design and enhanced features ensures smooth navigation across the Indian terrain.
There are many insurers who offer insurance for Vitara Brezza, here are a few among them:
When you buy a Vitara Brezza, it is very importance that you research on various policies available, compare them and then buy the one that meets your insurance needs.
|Summary||Variants of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza||*Ex-Showroom price for Bengaluru|
|Fuel type - Diesel Each variant is available in Metallic and Nonmetallic, without any change in prices||VITARA BREZZA LDI||Rs.7,35,988.00|
|VITARA BREZZA LDI (O)||Rs.7,48,895.00|
|VITARA BREZZA VDI||Rs.8,05,816.00|
|VITARA BREZZA VDI (O)||Rs.8,18,723.00|
|VITARA BREZZA ZDI||Rs.8,86,077.00|
|VITARA BREZZA ZDI +||Rs.9,84,752.00|
*Please note that the above prices are exclusively for Bangalore, the prices will vary with the geographical location.
The company claimed mileage for all the variants of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is 24.3 kmpl.
|Engine Specifications for all variants of Vitara Brezza are the same|
||69.6 x 82 mm 66 Kw @ 4000 rp|
||200 Nm @ 1750 rpm|
Car insurances come with certain inclusions and exclusions that you as the car owner should be aware of when buying a insurance policy.
Your car insurance premium is calculated based on a number of factors such as:
There are other factors too that determine the insurance premium.
You can buy car insurance for your car either online or offline depending on your comfort.
The insurers have apps and websites for insurance policies so that consumers can buy their products without any hassle. The process is not at all time consuming and consumers can compare different insurance products before making a choice. The process has other attractive features such as:
Now shopping for car insurance offline could be both time consuming and tedious. The consumer will have to visit various insurance offices/meet with insurance agents to gather information on different policies. Then use this collated data to compare ech insurance scheme before making a decision.
Insurers offer a range of add-on covers to increase the insurance coverage when necessary. Below are a few widely used add-on covers:
There are other add-ons besides the ones mentioned above.
Here are a few tips that can help you trim your insurance premium:
Insured Declared Value (IDV) is the market value of your car depending on your car’s model, make, age, etc. The higher the IDV of your car, higher will be your car insurance premium.
There are 2 steps involved in raising an insurance claim
Depending on the scenario post accident, you can opt for either a cashless claim or a reimbursement claim.
Cashless Claim Process
Under this claim process, the policyholder can get his car repaired at authorised garages without paying for the repairs from his pocket. These authorised garages have tie-ups with the insurer and are called cashless garages. Here, the insurer settles your bills with the garage directly.
Reimbursement Claim Process
This claim process is requested when you cannot find any cashless garage nearby. Under it, the policyholder will have to settle the bills at the garage after car gets repaired. After you take the car from the garage, submit the invoice to the insurer and get the amount reimbursed.
Yes, it is mandatory to insure your vehicle as per the Motor Vehicles Act issued by the Indian government.
This is as per the latest tariff set by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI).
Yes, you can insure these accessories by paying an additional premium.
Yes, it is mandatory for the customer/policyholder to sign the proposal form in order to validate the insurance policy.
Maruti Insurance is a unique motor insurance policy created by Maruti Insurance Broking Private Limited exclusively for Maruti Suzuki car owners.
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