Also known as the Hyundai Accent, Hyundai Verna is manufactured in South Korea. It is a subcompact car that was introduced to the Indian market with the name Hyundai Accent in October 1999. Since then, it received several minor facelifts under the same name. Nonetheless, the car phased out of the Indian market in the year 2013. It is, however, the newer generation of Hyundai Accent, sold as the Hyundai Verna, which turned into a huge success in the Indian market. It now competes against the likes of Honda City, Skoda Rapid, Maruti Ciaz, and Volkswagen Vento.
Hyundai Verna has three engines to offer: a 1.6 and a 1.4 litre Kappa Dual VTVT petrol engine, and a 1.6 litre CRDi diesel engine. Where the 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre petrol engines offer output of 99bhp and 121bhp respectively, the diesel engine produces 126bhp of maximum power.
Taking the transmission into consideration, this subcompact car comes with a six-speed manual transmission for 1.4 litre petrol engine and both automatic transmission and manual transmission on the 1.6 litre engines.
As for its performance, the Verna is more efficient in terms of fuel economy when compared to its previous versions and provides as much as 19.1 km/l of mileage. It takes about 10.1 seconds for diesel engines to move from 0 to 100kmph and 10.2 seconds for petrol engines. The top speed that it can touch is 180kmph with petrol engine and 188kmph with a diesel engine. The fuel tank can hold as much as 45 litres.
Some of the most sought after features of this C-segment sedan are touchscreen infotainment system, sunroof, dual front airbags, ABS, engine immobilizer, headlamp beam adjuster, electrically adjustable rear view mirror, and halogen light.
The cost of an insurance premium for Hyundai Verna may vary amongst insurance providers. However, the factors that add up to the premium cost 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 table below provides a brief overview of Verna'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*|
|Verna (2017) SX Plus 1.6 VTVT AT (1591 cc)||Rs.13,00,225||Rs.9,79,195||Rs.3,917||Rs.36,095|
|Verna (2017) VTVT EX (1591 cc)||Rs.9,43,142||Rs.7,96,442||Rs.3,186||Rs.33,894|
|Verna (2017) VTVT SX (1591 cc)||Rs.9,99,990||Rs.8,29,592||Rs.3,318||Rs.34,293|
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Delhi) and year of registration (2020).
Considering the list of exclusions, insurance providers offer add-ons to save your day. You can hence opt for various add-ons at an additional price.
If you wish to renew your Hyundai Verna car insurance policy, then PolicyX 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:
Your car insurance policy does not cover passengers in case of an accident. In such cases, the best way to ensure that the passengers are insured in a commercial vehicle is by purchasing a Passenger Cover add-on.
Yes, car insurance companies can provide up to 50% discount on premium provided the car is modified for your use.
Yes, you can purchase a new car insurance policy if you believe it will benefit you and offers significant savings. Furthermore, it is advisable to cancel your current policy.
No, the premium cannot change during the term of your car insurance policy. However, your insurance provider may choose to hike it at the time of renewal in case you have raised a large number of claims in the past.
Last updated on Aug 2022