Produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer, Toyota, Etios Cross is a subcompact car that comes as a series of four-door sedan and five-door hatchback. Where the hatchback version takes the original name, the sedan version is known as Toyota Liva in the Indian market. The sales of the Etios series alone reached 100,000 units in India in the year 2012. However, due to Bharat Stage 6 coming into effect in April 2020, this Toyota model has been discontinued. This was done as Toyota was not keen on upgrading the hatchback to meet the new emission standards. However, it will soon be replaced by other models in the country.
The hatchback comes with both petrol and diesel variants. The two petrol engines are 4-cylinder 16V, DOHC, however, come with two different specifications. Where one petrol variant gives a maximum power of 79 bhp, the other gives 89 bhp. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is 4-cylinder 8V, SOHC, D-4D. It provides a maximum power of 67 bhp.
A Front Wheel Drive, the Etios Cross comes with both automatic and manual transmission having 5-speed gearbox.
In terms of performance, this hatchback by Toyota is known to give 12% better mileage than any other crossover. With a fuel tank capacity of 45 litres, the petrol engine with manual transmission gives a mileage of 18.3 km/l and the diesel engine with manual transmission provides 23.6 km/l.
To attain the speed of 100kmph from 0kmph, the 1.4 petrol engine takes 12 seconds, 1.5 petrol engine takes 14.1 seconds and the diesel engine takes 16 seconds. The top speeds they all can reach are 180kmph, 165kmph and 165kmph respectively.
The altered dimensions of the car give a bigger cabin to offer more room for the passengers. Compared to the regular model, this car is known to give a more upmarket cabin. Some other interesting features of this car are grille with a guard, roof rail, diamond-cut alloy wheels, infotainment system with USB port and Bluetooth. As for safety and security, the Etios Cross comes with ABS and EBD, immobilizer and keyless entry.
The premium for Etios Cross car insurance may differ when it comes to different insurance providers. In order to come up with that price, certain factors are taken into consideration. Those factors are your Etios Cross's age, the make, the model, the current condition, the terrain on which you drive your Etios Cross, the Insured Declared Value (IDV), and the displacement its engine provides.
To further understand the cost of the premium, the Insured Declared Value and the Zero Depreciation cost, you can take a look at the table below.
Price of the Car
Etios Cross 1.2 G (1197 cc)
Etios Cross 1.5 V (1496 cc)
Etios Cross D-4D 1.4 VD (1364 cc)
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Delhi) and year of registration 2020 (till April).
Including the exclusions can come handy with the help of car insurance add-ons. These can be purchased at additional costs.
You can proceed with the renewal of your Etios Cross car insurance with PolicyX.com's convenient portal. To begin right away, you just need to scroll up on this page and find the form on the right-hand top corner. The next few steps of that point are easy to follow.
Yes, your insurance provider will limit the number of claims for lost keys within a policy tenure. It varies from provider to provider.
No, your return to invoice cover will not include accessories that were not fitted by the manufacturer or the automobile dealer.
If the sale of the model of the insured vehicle has been discontinued as on the date of claim, the payable amount of the claim will change. The payable amount will be the difference between the IDV and the latest available market price of the insured vehicle.
No, the key replacement cover is only effective if it is carried out at the manufacturer's authorized dealership or the insurance provider’s authorized workshops.
No, any loss covered by the manufacturer’s warranty will not be accepted for a claim.
Last updated on 30-04-2020