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Honda Amaze Car Insurance

The Honda Amaze is a subcompact sedan car from Honda Motor Company. The Amaze was launched in India in 2013 and is offered with four trims. The second-generation Honda Amaze was launched in May 2018 and within a year sold 85,000 units, achieving a total lifetime sales of 3.8 lakh units from its launch until December 2019.

Key Features of Honda Amaze

The Honda Amaze is available in petrol and diesel variants. The petrol car has a 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine with 1199 cc capacity and offers a mileage of 18.6 km/l. The diesel variant has a 1.4-litre i-DTEC engine with 1498 cc capacity and offers a mileage of 24.7 km/l.

The car has a fuel tank capacity of 35 litres and a boot space of 420 litres. The car is available in five different colours. The car has the best safety features like standard ABS with EBD, ECU immobilizer system, rear parking camera, and rear parking sensor.

The other key of the Honda Amaze include:

  • Speed-sensing auto door lock
  • Power steering and power windows
  • Average fuel consumption display
  • Dual-tone instrument panel
  • Steering mounted audio controls
  • Chrome door lining
  • Touch sensor-based smart card entry system

Premium for Honda Amaze Car Insurance

When you buy insurance for your Honda Amaze, the premium that you pay depends on factors like the car variant, type of engine, the date of registration of the car, and the RTO where it was registered. Following are premiums for some of the Amaze variants:

Car Variant

Price of the Car

IDV*

Zero Depreciation

(Add On)*

Premium*

Honda Amaze E MT Petrol 1199 cc

Rs.6,09,000

Rs.5,23,904

Rs.2,620

Rs.18,996

Honda Amaze VX CVT Petrol 1199 cc

Rs.8,75,900

Rs.7,90,530

Rs.3,953

Rs.23,811

Honda Amaze E MT Diesel 1498 cc

Rs.7,55,900

Rs.6,23,179

Rs.3,116

Rs.20,789

*The prices are calculated for a 2020 Honda Amaze car registered in Bangalore.

What Is Covered & Not Covered?

Inclusions

  • Damages caused to your car because of an accident are included and can be claimed.
  • Personal injuries suffered by the driver can be covered under the personal accident cover and medical expenses claimed.
  • The insurer, who will take care of the expenses, will indemnify injuries suffered by a third party due to an accident.
  • Damage caused to the property of a third party is included and costs will be borne by the insurer.
  • Damages caused as a result of natural calamities like floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and landslides are included. Also, damages caused by man-made hazards like riots, vandalism, arson, and terrorist attacks are included.
  • Theft of the car is included and losses caused due to the theft can be claimed.

Exclusions

  • General wear and tear of the car are not included.
  • Mechanical and electrical breakdown is not included in the insurance coverage.
  • Claims will not be entertained if the driver did not have a valid driving license or if the vehicle was being used for commercial use or racing or any illegal purpose.
  • Claims will be denied if the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Damages because of war, enemy invasion, and nuclear warfare are excluded.
  • Any deliberate or wilful damage to the car is excluded.
  • Damage to engine, tyres, and tubes is excluded.
  • Cost of consumables is not included in the policy.
  • Damages to accessories are excluded from the policy.

Add-ons Benefits

An add-on is an additional cover for your insurance policy. Exclusions to your policy can be covered by purchasing an add-on cover. It would be worthwhile to buy add-on covers to enhance your insurance. Some of the add-ons you can consider are:

  • Zero depreciation: is an add-on that ensures that depreciation is not calculated on certain parts. This ensures your car value does not come down and you get bumper-to-bumper coverage.
  • Key and lock replacement: is an add-on that allows you to claim for the cost of replacement or a damaged key or repair of a damaged lock.
  • Accessories cover: ensures that electrical and non-electrical accessories fitted in your car would be included in the policy. This will allow you to make a claim in case of damages.
  • Personal belongings: is an add-on that allows you to claim for any personal belongings like a bag, luggage, laptop, mobile, etc that has been stolen from your car.

Steps To Renew Honda Amaze Car Insurance

Renewing your Honda Amaze car insurance is very important. It is vital that you do it on time so you remain under insurance coverage. You can renew the insurance in the most convenient way through PolicyX.com. The following explains how this can be done:

  1. Move up to the top of this page and check out the top right-hand corner.
  2. You can enter your car's registration number and click on "Get Quotes" or directly click on "Proceed without car number", enter Datsun Go as your car's make, its RTO code, the variant, and the year of registration in the form. Select the "Renewal" radio button and then click "Continue".
  3. You will then be shown the premium rates quoted by different insurance companies. Browse through the rates and select one of them by choosing the 'buy now' option against the insurer's quote.
  4. You will be redirected to the insurer's website. Complete the renewal by making online payment directly to the insurer.
  5. Once the payment is through, you will receive a confirmation email. The policy will also be sent through email.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. My Honda Amaze was stolen from a parking lot. What do I do now?

Don't worry, your comprehensive car insurance policy will cover the losses from the theft. Visit the jurisdictional police station, file a complaint, and get an FIR copy. You can claim for the losses due to the theft by submitting your claim with the FIR copy, RC, and insurance policy.

2. I need to transport my Honda Amaze from one city to another. Do I need to buy an additional cover for the risks involved in transport?

No, it is not needed. If you have comprehensive car insurance then the policy would cover the risk of transportation of the car through rail, road, and waterways (inland). In case of any damage during the transit, you can claim for the damages under the insurance policy.

3. My friend has taken a return to invoice cover for his car insurance and has advised me to do the same for my Amaze car. How will this cover help me?

Return to invoice or invoice cover is an add-on to your car insurance policy that ensures the invoice price of the car is considered when you make a claim. Normally, the car value changes every year due to depreciation and is calculated as the a href="https://www.policyx.com/motor-insurance/articles/idv-in-car-insurance/">IDV (insured declared value). This cover ensures you can get a higher payout in case of insurance claims.

4. My car ran out of fuel on the highway with a petrol bunk far away. I got fuel delivered through the road assistance service; can this be reimbursed under the insurance?

Normally road assistance services are not covered under your insurance policy. However, if you have purchased a 24/7 road assistance service add-on to your policy, then such services are offered to you under the policy. You will not be charged for the services rendered (subject to the conditions stipulated).

Last updated on 18-11-2020