Hyundai Santro, after 25 years of production, was discontinued in the year 2014. However, on 23rd of October, 2018, Hyundai launched the third generation of Santro, making its comeback to the Indian market. Much curvier than its predecessor, its facial features go a long way to accentuate its overall design. Within a month of its release, 8,535 units of the new Santro were sold, outselling several of its competitors such as Tata Tiago, Renault Kwid, and Maruti Suzuki Celerio. It was also marked as one among the Top 3 Urban World Cars of 2019.
Hyundai Santro offers only one 1.1 litre petrol engine, hailing from the Epsilon family of engines. The 4-cylinder motor is tuned to produce as much as 68bhp of power. The city car also gets a factory-fitted CNG variant that comes with an 8kg capacity tank and offers around 58bhp of power.
In terms of transmission, Hyundai Santro offers both 5-speed manual transmission and a 5-speed automatic transmission (AMT). Hyundai has developed AMT in-house and has garnered a large margin of bookings when compared to the manual transmission variants.
Taking the performance into consideration, the Hyundai Santro offers fuel efficiency of 20.3 km/l for variants having petrol engines and 30.5 km/l of mileage in the variants having Petrol+CNG engine. It takes 14.5 seconds to move from 0 to 100kmph, touching the top speed of 156kmph.
Some of the biggest plus points when comparing the new Santro to its previous generations are the rear AC vents, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, Bluetooth, inbuilt navigation, mirror link, rear washer and wiper, R14 wheel covers, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.
Your Santro car's insurance premium may vary when compared amongst different insurance providers. However, there are certain factors that are considered when adding up to the premium cost. They are your car's age, the Insured Declared Value (IDV), the terrain on which you will drive the car, the make and model, the displacement provided by your car's engine, and its current condition.
The below table will offer you a brief overview of Santro's ex-showroom price, cost of the premium, Insured Declared Value, and zero depreciation add-on for some of its car variants.
|Car Variant||Price of the Car||IDV*||Zero depreciation (Add on)*||Premium*|
|Era Executive (1086 cc)||Rs.4,57,000||Rs.3,63,290||Rs.1,635||Rs.14,305|
|Magna AMT (1086 cc)||Rs.5,52,000||Rs.4,43,660||Rs.1,996||Rs.15,360|
|Sportz SE AMT (1086)||Rs.5,74,000||Rs.4,67,600||Rs.2,104||Rs.15,675|
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Delhi) and year of registration (2020).
|Car Variant||IDV*||Zero depreciation (Add on)*||Premium*|
|Xing XE (1086 cc)||Rs.72,900||NA||Rs.3,536|
*The values are calculated based on the city (Delhi) and year of registration (2013). These values may differ in your city and state of your car. For latest details, please refer to your insurance provider.
Despite the exclusions, insurance providers offer additional accessories for your Santro car insurance policy. You can hence opt for various add-ons with extra charges.
If the renewal date for Hyundai Santro car insurance policy has come closer, then PolicyX.com has got you covered. All you need to do is scroll up on this page and find the form on the right-hand top corner. The following steps from the form are easy and stress-free:
Yes, however, the percentage of depreciation considered will be much lower than that of a new car.
Unless you have Return to Invoice add on, you cannot claim insurance for the complete invoice amount. The insurance company will instead compensate you with the Insured Declared Value of your Santro car.
Yes, you can make a claim if you have Roadside Assistance add-on as part of your Santro car insurance policy.
Yes, you can claim the insurance on the theft of your personal belongings if your Santro car insurance has Personal Belongings Cover add-on.
Last updated on 18-11-2020