Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. commenced its operations as an automobile manufacturer in Yokohama City in 1933. The firm currently manufactures vehicles in 20 countries and offers its products and services in over 160 countries.
A car insurance protects you from any liabilities that may arise due to a mishap. Also, as per the Motor Vehicles Act of India, it is mandatory for every car plying on the roads to be insured with at least a third-party liability cover.
A number of insurers provide Nissan insurance in India, a few of them are listed below:
The table below exhibits various models of Nissan along with their starting *prices
|Nissan Variants||Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)|
*Please note that the above prices are subject to change with respect to the city you purchase the vehicle from.
There are two kinds of car insurance available for Nissan:
A comprehensive car insurance will cover third-party liabilities as well as own damage liabilities post mishap.
A third-party car insurance will cover only third-party liabilities post a mishap.
You can purchase or renew your car insurance online or offline depending on your convenience
You can avail a car insurance or renew an existing one online via insurer’s official website or third-party insurance website.
You can renew your existing car insurance or buy a new one by visiting the nearest branch office of the insurer or meet with an insurance agent.
The claim process for Nissan car insurance involves the following steps:
Nissan Car Insurance comes with a number of inclusions and exclusions, a few of them are listed below:
There are a number of add-ons available in the market for Nissan Car Insurance, a few of them are listed below:
You can avail discounts on your car insurance premium such as:
An Insurance certificate is the insurance policy document that the insurer issues to the insured. It contains all the relevant insurance policy details.
Yes, you can transfer your insurance policy to the person buying your car.
IDV or Insured Declared Value is the market price of your car at any given point in time.
Yes, in case you lose your original insurance policy document, you can visit the nearest branch office of the insurer and request for a duplicate copy.
Yes, your geographical location affects your car insurance policy premium.