The DB11 was the first car made by Aston Martin after its tie-up with Daimler. It is a 2-door luxury coupe car from British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin. The DB11 coupe was introduced in the market in 2016. The car was introduced as a replacement for the DB9 car. Since then, it has managed to turn several heads, thanks to its stylish design and superior performance.
The DB11 is presently available in one variant in India, known as 'Evolution'. The petrol car has a twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 engine with 600 bhp and a capacity of 5204 cc. The engine is connected to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. It has a maximum speed of 322 km/h. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds.
The DB11 is a 2-door luxury car that can seat 4 passengers. It has a fuel tank capacity of 78 litres. Its fuel efficiency is 6 km/l.
The key features of the Aston Martin DB11 include:
The premium you need to pay for your Aston Martin DB11 car insurance would depend on the place where the car was registered, the year of registration, among other factors. The premium for the one variant available in the market is:
Price of the Car
Aston Martin DB11 coupe Petrol 5204 cc
*The price is calculated for a 2019 DB11 car registered in New Delhi.
If you want to avoid some of the exclusions listed in the policy, you can enhance your policy coverage by choosing add-on covers. Some of the add-ons you can consider for your DB11 are:
If you are looking to renew your DB11 car insurance in an easy and convenient way, you can do this by visiting the website of PolicyX.com. Here's how you can do this:
The basic car insurance policy that you have will not cover such expenses. If you have purchased the daily allowance add-on cover, then you will get a fixed sum as daily allowance to spend for your transport arrangements, while the car is under repair (subject to a maximum limit).
Your car is covered by insurance for an amount specified in the policy as the IDV (Insured Declared Value). This amount will be less than your invoice price. If you want the invoice price to be considered (instead of the IDV), then you can buy the Invoice price add-on cover to help you get a higher claim amount.
NCB or no claim bonus is a reward given for not making any insurance claim. This bonus ranges from 20% to 50%. You can get a discount on the own-car damage component of the premium (not available for third party cover). This discount can help you reduce your premium by a sizable amount and is thus important.
Last updated on 07-07-2020