The Toyota Corolla Altis is a modified version of the popular Corolla. It was launched in India in 2001 and had a facelift in 2017. The Altis is a 5-seater sedan compact car that was highly successful. The company has stopped the production of the Corolla Altis from 1st April 2020, following the mandating of BS6 norms.
The Corolla Altis was launched with both petrol and diesel variants. The 1.8-litre petrol engine has a capacity of 1798 cc. The 1.4-litre diesel engine capacity is 1364 cc. Both variants have 6-speed manual transmission. The mileage for the petrol car is 14.28 km/l, while the diesel variant has a mileage of 21.43 km/l.
The fuel tank capacity is 55 litres. It can achieve a top speed of 200 km/h. The Altis has a boot space of 470 litres. The car is available in seven colour shades. The car has 16-inch alloy wheels and sleek fog lamps that make it look sporty.
The key features of the Corolla Altis include:
The premiums for various Corolla Altis car insurance models are given in the table below. The exact premium you are charged would depend on factors like the date of registration and place of registration, among others:
Price of the Car
Toyota Corolla Altis G Petrol 1798 cc
Toyota Corolla Altis VL AT Petrol 1798 cc
Toyota Corolla Altis G Diesel 1364 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Corolla Altis car registered in Mumbai.
The add-ons provide additional coverage that helps to cover many exclusions in the policy. Some of the popular add-ons you can consider buying are:
When you are looking to renew the insurance of your Corolla Altis, you can consider doing it through PolicyX.com. This is an easy and convenient way of renewing your car insurance. You can follow the procedure given here to get it done:
You can transfer your No-Claim Bonus from the old insurer to the new one. At the time of renewal, you need to provide proof about the previous NCB (previous insurance copy is sufficient) to get the NCB transferred.
Installing an anti-theft device decreases the risk and hence entitles you to discount on your car insurance premium. You can get a discount of 2.5% of the own damage premium, subject to a maximum of 500 rupees. Please note that the discount is applicable only if the anti-theft device is approved by ARAI (Automobile Research Association of India).
Third-party liability insurance only covers damage to a third party vehicle or injuries to a third party. Any damage to your vehicle is not covered by liability insurance. Hence, you cannot make a claim. It is advisable to buy a comprehensive insurance policy to get complete coverage.
Damage to the engine, in this case, is a consequential action. It is the consequence of your action of starting the car even though there was water. Consequential claims are excluded from the policy and hence your claim will be denied. In such a situation, you must call for assistance to get the car towed for repair.
Last updated on 18-11-2020