The Terrano from Nissan Motors is a compact SUV that was launched in India in 2013. The car is a restyled version of the Dacia Duster SUV from Renault. The SUV was re-launched in 2017 with 22 new features keeping in mind market trends. The Terrano was discontinued in 2018 and has been replaced by Nissan Kicks.
The Terrano is available in both diesel and petrol variants. The petrol variant has a 1.6-litre engine of 1598 cc capacity. The diesel variant is available in three trims XE, XV, and XV premium (with automatic transmission). The diesel car has a 1.5-litre engine of 1461 cc capacity.
The Terrano has 5 doors with a seating capacity of 5 passengers. The mileage offered is 19.87 km/l for the diesel variant and 13.2 km/l for the petrol variant. The car has a fuel tank capacity of 50 litres. It has a ground clearance of 205 mm and the boot space is 475 litres. The Terrano is available in six different colours.
The top features of the Terrano include:
The premium for insuring your Terrano car would depend on factors like the car variant, year of registration, place of registration, among others. The following table lists out premium rates for select variants of the Terrano:
Price of the Car*
Nissan Terrano XED 85PS Diesel 1461 cc
Nissan Terrano XV D Premium 110PS Diesel 1461 cc
Nissan Terrano XL P Petrol 1598 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 (till May) Terrano car registered in Bangalore.
Add-on cover is an addition to your car insurance policy that enhances its scope. Buying an add-on is beneficial as the policy coverage is extended, allowing certain exclusions to be covered. You can consider the following add-ons:
Renewing your Terrano car insurance policy is easy when you do it through PolicyX.com. The process to do this is explained below.
Yes, definitely you can claim damages. This is a case of arson, which is a man-made hazard. It is covered under your Terrano insurance policy. You can submit an insurance claim and get damages based on the extent of damages.
Yes! The insurance policy is valid throughout the geographical borders of the Indian Union. Irrespective of where the accident occurred in India, you can claim damages under the insurance policy. You can even claim damages for an accident that occurs in some neighbouring countries if you have extended the coverage at the time of buying the policy.
This is because you have opted for third-party insurance, which only includes damages to third party property and injuries to a third party. Had you bought a comprehensive insurance policy, your car damages would also have been covered.
Yes, you can. When the car was stolen, your insurance policy was still valid. As long as your insurance policy is valid and in force, damages or losses due to theft would be included. You can go ahead and make an insurance claim.
Last updated on 16-06-2020