The Micra is a supermini hatchback car manufactured by Nissan Motors and was initially launched in 1982. The fourth-generation Micra was launched in India in 2010. It was the first car made in India by Nissan. The car was re-launched in 2017 with new features. Nissan has discontinued the Micra after the BS6 norms came into effect.
The Micra is available in both petrol and diesel variants. There are four petrol and two diesel variants of the car. The petrol variant has a 1.2-litre engine of capacity 1198 cc with 5-speed manual transmission. The diesel car has a 1.5-litre engine with 1461 cc capacity with a 5-speed transmission.
The 5-seater car has a fuel tank capacity of 41 litres. The fuel efficiency is 19.4 km/l for petrol and 23.19 km/l for diesel. The car has a boot space of 251 litres. Its ground clearance is 154mm. It has five doors and is available in six colours.
The top features of the Micra include:
The Nissan Micra car insurance premium depends on the variant of the car, place of registration, the year of registration, among others. Indicative premium rates for some of the variants are presented in the table below:
Price of the Car*
Nissan Micra XL Petrol 1198 cc
Nissan Micra XV Diesel 1461 cc
Nissan Micra XV Petrol 1198 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Micra car registered in Kolkata.
If you want to enhance the scope of your car insurance policy and bring in additional inclusions, you can choose an add-on cover. The following are some of the add-ons you can consider:
Renewing your Micra car insurance on time is important. It is easy and convenient if you choose to get it done through PolicyX.com. Here's how a renewal of car insurance on PolicyX.com works:
Please note that it is a legal requirement to have car insurance. Driving without insurance is an offence and you are liable to be fined. In case of an accident, theft, or any such problem you will find yourself in big trouble if your insurance is not renewed. So be safe, avoid risks, and renew your policy well within time.
Don't worry! Theft is covered by your car insurance. The first thing to do is to visit the nearest police station (jurisdictional station). Lodge a complaint and follow-up until you get the FIR registered. Submit your insurance claim with a copy of the FIR. That's all you need to do. Once the claim is processed, you will be reimbursed for the losses you suffered.
If your son was underage or did not have a valid license (like learners license) at the time of the accident, then the insurance claim will be denied.
Yes, you definitely can. This is included under your car insurance policy coverage. You can file an insurance claim and damages will be reimbursed. You may please note that your claim will be accepted only if you have comprehensive car insurance. If you have third party insurance, you cannot make a claim.
Last updated on 18-06-2020