About Maruti Suzuki
Buying a car insurance for Maruti Suzuki car is an easy process. With Liberty General Insurance, all you need to do is visit our website and buy the car insurance policy for Maruti Suzuki car online. The process is simple, paper-free, and can be completed with just a few clicks.
Maruti Suzuki is one of India’s most well-recognized automobile manufacturers. Partly owned by Japanese car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Motor Corporation, the brand has a plethora of cars on offer in the Indian market. Popular models from the company include Ciaz, Ertiga, Wagon R, Alto K10 and Alto 800, Swift, Celerio, Swift Dzire, Baleno and Baleno RS, Omni, Baleno, Eeco, Ignis, S-Cross and Vitara Brezza.Read More
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Top Maruti Suzuki cars
Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
The Alto 800 is an upgraded version of the Maruti Suzuki Alto and is priced at Rs 2.94 lakh for the base Standard variant. The costliest model, however, is Rs 3.72 lakh. The manufacturer also announced that the car complies with safety norms. It is powered by the same 796cc, three-cylinder engine which is now BS6 compliant. It develops 47 bhp at 6000 rpm and 69 Nm at 3500 rpm.
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
The car was launched in September this year and is a mini SUV rather than a small hatchback. The variations include - Standard, Standard (O), LXI, LXI (O), VXI, VXI (O), VXI+, VXI AGS, VXI (O) AGS, and VXI+ AGS.
New Maruti Suzuki Swift
The third generation of this car is available in both petrol and diesel options, and starts at Rs 4.99 lakh and goes up to Rs 8.29 lakh.
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R recently got upgraded after eight years of running on Indian roads. The new version is stronger and more rigid than the previous variants of the car. Furthermore, it is a larger car, even though its height has considerably reduced.
Maruti Suzuki XL6
A crossover model after the S-Cross, the Maruti Suzuki XL6 is a 6-seater model with captain seats in the middle row and two-seater bench at the third row, having a 2+2+2 layout.
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Types of car insurance
You should be mindful of the type of car insurance policies available in the market. Read the policy documents carefully before buying
Own Damage for Vehicle
Own Damage (OD) Vehicle insurance helps you stay covered against damage caused to your vehicle due to accidents like fire, theft, etc. In case of an accident, OD cover compensates you for the expenses to repair or replace parts of your car that may have been damaged in the accident.
What Own Damage Insurance does not cover for your car:
- Damages to a third party vehicle (If you want coverage for both - own as well as third party damages then buy comprehensive Car insurance)
- Damage caused to a third-party property
- Injuries caused to other people in an accident
- Normal wear-and-tear of the vehicle
- Mechanical and electrical breakdown
- In case you use your private car commercially
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Driving without a licence
- Consequential loss
Third party Insurance
Third party insurance policy is a statutory requirement as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, and driving without a third-party insurance policy for a private car in a public place is an offence punishable by law.
Add-On Covers to Buy with Own Damage Vehicle Car Insurance for Maruti Suzuki
At Liberty General Insurance, we want to make sure our vehicle insurance holders can get the best possible protection for themselves. So, choose wisely and secure your car with our range of add-on covers.
What are the documents required to settle a claim in case of accident?
If you raise a claim, you are required to provide your insurance policy number, contact number, time and date of the accident, your vehicle number, and accident location. Other information includes the name of the policyholder, model and make of the car, and a description of how the accident took place. You will also need to provide garage details where your vehicle is located. In case of third-party injury, details of the contact of third-party need to be submitted. You will also need to submit proof of insurance, tax receipt, registration book, the driver’s licence of the insured driver, an FIR (in case of third-party liability), estimated cost of repair from the garage. In case you have made the payment, you will be required to submit repair bills and receipts, as well as a claims discharge-and-satisfaction voucher signed across a revenue stamp (Only for a cashless claim).
How do I renew my car insurance policy for a Maruti Suzuki car?
Maruti Suzuki customers, wishing to renew their car insurance policy, can renew the same online by visiting our website. We recommend that you renew your policy online, as it’s not only a green initiative, but you will also receive a soft copy of the policy. Those porting their car insurance policy to Liberty General Insurance can visit here, and existing Liberty General Insurance customers can visit here.
Should I buy third-party or comprehensive car insurance?
Third-party car insurance is mandatory according to the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988. However, it is advisable to buy a comprehensive car insurance, as third-party car insurance only covers third-party liability, and any damage to your car will not be covered. You can choose one of several Liberty General car insurance policies that cater to your requirements to ensure that you don’t feel the pinch in case your car is damaged. You should also look to buy an add-on insurance policy cover so that you can secure the best possible protection for yourself. Some of the add-on policies include Depreciation Cover, Engine Safe Cover, Passenger Assist Cover, Gap Value, Key Loss Cover, Roadside Assistance Cover, Consumable Cover.
What are the factors that affect car insurance?
The below-mentioned factors can affect the premium for a car insurance policy:
- Insured’s Declared Value (IDV) of the vehicle
- Cubic Capacity of the vehicle
- Geographical Zones (City of Registration of Vehicle). So, your premium will vary with your location, which means that car insurance in Delhi will be different from car insurance in Mumbai or Chennai or Bangalore.
- Age of the vehicle
- Claim History of the Vehicle
- Selection of Voluntary Deductibles in the motor insurance policy
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