The Hyundai i10 is a hatchback car that was released in 2014. The car has been one of the most successful cars made by Hyundai, which helped it make a mark in the Indian automobile market. The i10 is a family car with spacious interiors that can comfortably seat five persons. It has been one of the most competitively priced cars in the Indian market.
The Hyundai i10 was released in two versions- one with a Petrol engine and the other variant was an LPG one, which had an inbuilt LPG tank. The petrol engine of i10 was of 1086 cc capacity, while the LPG engine capacity was 1197 cc. The mileage of the i10 was 19.81 km/l. The engine used the MPFI system.
The fuel tank capacity was 35 litres. The car has five doors with a ground clearance of 165 mm. The safety features of the car included side-impact and front impact beams. The i10 has an engine immobilizer. Some of the other prominent features of the i10 include:
The car insurance premium for the Hyundai i10 is decided based on the variant/model type and the year in which it was manufactured. Other factors like security devices installed would also have a bearing on the i10 car insurance premium. The following table lists the premium payable for different car variants:
Price of the Car
i10 Magna 1.1 litres 1086 cc petrol engine
i10 Magna 1.1 litres 1086 cc LPG
i10 Magna 1.2 litres Kappa 1197 cc petrol engine
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 car model registered in New Delhi.
When you renew your i10 policy, there are many exclusions. Some of them can be included by getting an add-on cover for the policy. Some of the common add-ons to the insurance policy are:
It is important to renew your i10 insurance policy on time to ensure continued coverage. If you are looking to renew your car policy, you can visit the website of PolicyX.com. It is easy and convenient to renew your policy through them. Here is how you can do it:
The IDV or insured declared value is the amount for which you have got the car insured. If your car is stolen, you will get the amount equal to your IDV as compensation. If you have taken the invoice cover add-on, then you can claim the invoice value of the car.
Towing of the car after an accident is a part of 24/7 road assistance. This is not a part of the regular policy usually and has to be obtained as an add-in if you want these charges to be reimbursed.
Yes, you can get a discount on your insurance premium, if you have an NCB (no claim bonus). If you have fitted security devices approved by ARAI, even then you can get a discount on the premium. Paying a voluntary deductible will also entitle you to a discount on the premium.
Every year depreciation is calculated on car parts and its overall value reduced. If you get the zero depreciation add-on cover for your policy, then you will get a complete bumper-to-bumper cover for your car. When you get this add-on, depreciation will not be calculated for all body parts (excepting tyres and batteries).
Last updated on 28-12-2020