The Grand Vitara is an SUV offered by Suzuki worldwide. Earlier known as the Vitara, the subsequent model was renamed as Grand Vitara. The car was offered by Maruti Suzuki in India from 2009 onwards. The car has been discontinued in many places in the world, including in India. From 2015, Maruti Suzuki no longer offers this compact SUV.
The Grand Vitara has a VVT DOHC MPFI engine of 2393 cc capacity. It is also offered in 1995 cc and 2700 cc variants in both manual (4-speed) and automatic (5-speed) transmission modes. The compact SUV provides a mileage of 10.4 km/l and has a fuel tank capacity of 66 litres.
The Grand Vitara has a ground clearance of 200 mm. The car can seat 5 people. It has two rows of seating with a boot space of 398 litres, which is ample to store a lot of luggage. The car is available in six different shades of colours.
The key features of the Grand Vitara are:
The Grand Vitara insurance premium depends on the model, the year of registration and variant of the car. The premium amounts for some of the different variants of the Grand Vitara are presented in this table:
Price of the Car
Grand Vitara 2.4 automatic transmission 2393 cc Petrol
Grand Vitara 2.4 manual transmission 2393 cc Petrol
Grand Vitara 2.4 automatic transmission 1995 cc Petrol
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Grand Vitara car registered in New Delhi.
When you buy your Grand Vitara car insurance, you can consider buying an add-on cover for your policy. These add-ons enhance the policy coverage and will help you cover certain areas that are otherwise excluded. Some popular add-ons are:
Once you buy your Grand Vitara car insurance, make sure you renew it on time. This ensures you are always covered by the policy. Renewing your policy is easy and convenient when you do it through the PolicyX.com’s website. The following explains how you can do it:
Depreciation is calculated on some of the car parts and the value reduces every year. This means you will not get the full value due to reduced rates. Buying a depreciation add-on ensures that there would be zero depreciation, allowing you to get complete coverage for your Grand Vitara.
Since the theft of the car happened when the insurance policy was valid, it would be covered under the claim. You should have registered an FIR immediately after the theft and submitted a copy with the claim. This will ensure you get your losses compensated.
No! Only the cost of the car will be reimbursed. If you had taken a personal belongings add-on, then the loss of baggage and other personal items would have been covered. Money is not covered by the policy or any add-on and hence a claim will not be accepted.
Yes, it is possible to transfer the car insurance at the time of selling the car. You need to inform the insurance company about it by writing. A new proposal form may have to be filled in at the time of transfer of insurance. However, if you have an NCB discount, you must note that you will lose the NCB discount if you transfer the insurance and will not be able to benefit from it when you buy a new car.
Last updated on 17-04-2020