The Mulsanne is a top-end luxury car from Bentley Motors. The car is named after Mulsanne Corner (of the Le Mans car racing circuit). The car was introduced in the market in 2010. The luxury limousine was the costliest Bentley car in the Indian market. Bentley has stopped the production of the car from June 2020. It is believed that the Continental Flying Spur would replace the Mulsanne.
The Mulsanne is a luxury limousine that is more than 5.5 metres in length. The car was released in India in one variant that has a 6.75-litre V8 petrol engine of 6752cc capacity that can deliver a maximum power of 505 bhp. It has a top speed of 296 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 in just 5.1 seconds.
The Mulsanne is a 4-seater luxury sedan with palatial interiors with top-quality materials. The Mulsanne has a boot space of 410 litres. The fuel tank capacity is 96 litres and its fuel efficiency is 10.1 km/l. It is available in 21 different colours.
The top features of the Bentley Mulsanne include:
The car insurance premium you need to pay to get your Mulsanne car insured depends on the place where you got the car registered, the year of registration, among other factors. The premium that you would pay for the one variant of the Mulsanne car is as follows:
Price of the Car
BentleyMulsanneMY 11 6752 CC Petrol V8 engine
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Mulsanne car registered in Mumbai.
If you wish to enhance the coverage of your Mulsanne car insurance, you can do it by buying any of the add-on covers listed below.
Renewing your Mulsanne car insurance policy on time is very important. It is now easy and convenient to renew car insurance policies through PolicyX.com. The procedure for the same is given below:
Any insurance claim is paid out on the basis of the IDV or Insured Declared Value of the car. This value reduces every year. If you want any claim to cover the invoice value of the car (instead of the IDV), then you can buy the Invoice price add-on.
Yes, you can! The no claim bonus is lost by default when you make an insurance claim. If you wish to retain the NCB, then you need to buy an add-on cover known as NCB protector. This will ensure you don't lose the NCB even if you make a claim.
Any accessories damaged in an accident are not covered by insurance. You can get both electrical and non-electrical accessories covered by your policy by purchasing the accessories add-on cover. This will allow you to make a claim in case of damages.
Yes, this is possible! By default, engine and engine parts are excluded from your policy. You can purchase the Engine protector add-on cover for your policy. This will ensure you can make claims for damages to engine and engine parts.
Last updated on 16-11-2020