Maruti Insurance Broking Private Limited are insurance dealers authorized by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA). They check all your auto insurance requirements on a single window notion and are reputed for their client centric method. Maruti Insurance provides special Motor Insurance products and services from topnotch insurance organizations like National Insurance, Bajaj Allianz, ICICI Lombard, New India Assurance, Iffco-Tokio, and Royal Sundaram.
Why Choose Maruti Car Insurance?
You can claim for almost 100 percent amount you had to shell out for repairs due to motor accidents. With a pan-India network of Maruti Suzuki service centres, Maruti Suzuki service stations are fully equipped with advanced amenities and infrastructure and first-rate mechanics. In short, superior quality with repairs, replacement with original spare parts and service from highly skilled technicians are guaranteed.
Maruti Insurance also makes sure of outstanding customer care with utmost objectivity and transparency. This is why more than 90 percent buyers of Maruti Suzuki choose to purchase a Maruti Insurance Plan for their vehicle.
Maruti Car Insurance Partners
Do you own a Maruti car? Then you are in for a pleasant surprise.
Maruti Insurance is affiliated with some of country’s premier insurance carriers such as
- Bajaj Allianz, ICICI Lombard,
- Iffco Tokio General Insurance
- National Insurance,
- New India Assurance
- Royal Sundaram
Now you have more flexibility in choosing the covers (personal accident cover, third party liability cover etc.) you want at fabulous discounts.
Benefits & Features Of Maruti Car Insurance
- Repair damages due to accidents almost for free
- Unified services across the country
- Stress free, objective and transparent settling of claims
- Superior repair work at approved dealer garages
- Free towing facility with dealer assistance
- Instant & easy transfer of no claim bonus
- Prompt issuance of policy
Any damage caused by accident can be repaired in any of the Maruti Suzuki Service Station in the country. Nearly all the expenses will be borne by the insurance company. You need to pay only the essential extra charges and relevant reduction according to the current motor tariff rates and leave with your car as good as new. The remaining amount can be settled directly between the mechanic and the insurance provider.
Similar to ‘Free Roaming Charges’ offered by some mobile companies, you can avail the services of a Maruti Insurance Service Centre anywhere in India. These products and services comprise of getting new auto insurance policy, implementation of renewals, authorization issuance and claim disbursement.
Maruti Insurance guarantees you a trouble-free and reasonable claim settlement. Whatever is owed by default, is funded by the insurance firm. The client is not required to bear any unwarranted differential expenses of repair, restoration or replacement. Every transaction is totally transparent. No troubles over individual involvement or following up with inspectors from the insurance company. There shall be no inconvenience of depositing the remainder with insurance company too. There will be no compromise on any of the services offered.
With Maruti Insurance you don’t compromise on the quality of repairs as you are not forced to go to a roadside workshop. The damaged vehicles are repaired at Maruti authorized dealer workshops that are equipped with the best facilities and infrastructure. This ensures quality repairs with Maruti Genuine spare parts and trained technicians.
Hauling assistance is given for taking your car to the dealer garage, in case the car is damaged beyond mobility after a mishap. This feature is obtainable free of cost up to INR. 1500. This limit can be augmented at client preference by shelling out additional premium at the time policy was issued.
If you wish to renew with Maruti Insurance for the first time and has not filed for a claim in the first year, you are rewarded with a No Claim Bonus (NCB). This amount can be transferred to Maruti Insurance policy premium as you renew your policy.
The policyholder does not need to wait for the insurance papers, even if it at times takes weeks to get them transported from the insurance firm. You can download it directly from the official website by entering your policy details.
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Maruti Insurance FAQS
- What are covered under Maruti Insurance?
- From where can I insure my vehicle insured via Maruti Insurance?
- Is it compulsory to insure my car?
- Can my insurance policy be issued for less than one year?
- What must I do with the policy after getting the same?
Every Maruti car not more than 10 years old are covered.
Maruti Insurance is accessible only through Maruti Insurance Broking Private Limited.
Definitely. According to Motor Vehicle Act, it is mandatory to have an auto into insurance to drive a car in public without a Third Party Insurance with Liability Only cover.
No, Maruti Insurance only provides policies for one full year.
Keep the insurance papers in your car at all times as per the Motor Vehicle Act (1988).
News About Maruti Car Insurance
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Facelift to be launched during Diwali in India
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Facelift was recently seen being tested in India. It is expected to be launched during Diwali of this year. The S-Cross will be sold through Nexa, Maruti's premium dealership outlet. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross will compete with Hyundai Creta and Renault Duster. Consumers can expect cosmetic updates and special features in the 2017 S-Cross facelift. The test vehicle was spotted with sophisticated headlights including daytime running lights and projector lamps. 2017 S-Cross will share stylish features with the global spec model, revealed at the Paris Motor Show last year.
The updated S-Cross will have large black grille with chrome finish and wraparound headlamps in the front. It also has a new bumper with wide central airdam with circular foglamps on its sides. A new set of alloy wheels distinguishes the 2017 S-Cross from the current model. The dashboard will have a new touchscreen infotainment system, supported by Android Auto with MirrorLink and Apple CarPlay. It will have safety equipment such as dual airbags and standard ISOFIX child seat mounts. The upcoming S-Cross will have 1.3l and 1.6l DDiS engines that churn out 118 bhp and 320 Nm torque. The engine is paired with 6-speed manual transmission.
24th May 2017
Maruti Suzuki: 8.1% rise in March Sales
Maruti Suzuki saw a rise of 8.1% in total sales for March 2017. The car maker sold 1,39,763 units as opposed to 1,29,345 units in March 2016. Its total sales for 2016-17 FY stood at 15,68,603, indicating a 9.8% increase from 14,29,248 units in the previous year. Maruti Suzuki had its best sales number in 2016-17. While mini segment cars such as the Alto and Wagon R saw a decline in sales in March, the cars in the compact segment such as the Dzire, Estilo, Swift, Baleno, and Ignis saw a rise in sales. The compact sedan Dzire Tour saw a high decline in sales by 63.1% at 1,166 units this March against 3,161 units in the same month of 2016. Nonetheless, Maruti Suzuki’s domestic sales also should a rise of 10.7% this year.
7th April 2017
Maruti Suzuki to Discontinue Dzire Tour
From October, 2016, Maruti Suzuki had stopped production of the Ritz. Likewise, by March, 2017, it is set to discontinue the Dzire Tour to make way for the all-new updated Dzire. The leading car manufacturer will launch a stripped down version of the Dzire Tour for the fleet segment, while launching an all new update Dzire for the private segment. In 2017, Maruti Suzuki is set to introduce several new models such as the Baleno RS, Swift, Ignis, modernized Wagon R, and the updated S-Cross. In November, the company saw an 8.1% growth in the passenger car market at a sale of 96,767 units.
3rd January 2017
Maruti Suzuki’s Phenomenal Market Stronghold likely to Remain the Same
India’s largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki, has gained a lot from the sales of its small-sized cars over the past decades. Currently, as India plans to bring in stringent emission and safety regulations, Maruti Suzuki’s small cars, will definitely help the company maintain the leading position in the market. Experts have also observed that heavy commercial vehicles and two wheelers will face a considerable cost impact in the coming years while small size petrol cars will see a minimum cost impact. Also, when compared to Hero Motocorp and Ashok Leyland, MSIL (Maruti Suzuki India Limited) will witness a lower cost impact on a relative basis. After the Primer Minister’s call for stricter auto emission conditions leading to advancement of a resilient Euro VI by 2020, car manufacturers now have to change their product plans and invest in new technologies which will lead to a considerable increase in vehicle prices.
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19th April 2016
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Will Now Come With a 1.4-litre or 1.0-litre BoosterJet Petrol Engine.
The Maruti Suzuki S-Cross will soon be launched with a 1.4-litre / 1.0-litre BoosterJet petrol engine in the Indian market. Initially launched only with a diesel engine, the new version will carry the same petrol engine as the Ciaz model. The BoosterJet petrol engine is give a power of 110bhp and a peak torque of 170Nm. Maruti is expecting this new introduction to improve the sales of the S-Cross variant across the country. The newly launched vehicle, Vitara Brezza will also carry the BoosterJet engine. Currently, the S-Cross comes with a 1.3-litre diesel engine or a 1.6-litre diesel engine with a five-speed manual gearbox and a six-speed manual transmission, respectively. Getting a motor insurance policy for the all-new S-Cross model will not be a hassle as there are a plethora of general insurance companies offering different schemes in India.
6th April 2016
Maruti Suzuki to bear 50 percent repair cost for cars damaged in Chennai Floods
Maruti Suzuki India Limited, headquartered in New Delhi, as a key car insurance intermediary in India, has taken a magnanimous step in doing their bit in helping out the Chennai flood victims. The non-stop heavy rains in Chennai that has toppled normal life, also had prolific impact on car manufacturing firms. Noticing that most of the cars may not have an all-inclusive insurance cover, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) has declared that it would take up to 50 percent of the reparation cost usually not permitted by insurance carriers as depreciation or wear and tear. Since numerous automobiles have been water-logged, it will take some systematic cleaning and polishing the interiors and exteriors to run the car smoothly. And it is here where the MSIL will stomach 50 percent of the expenses. The company is expected to spend over INR 100 million in these relief work. The firm will also organize a service check-up post 60 days. Maruti Suzuki assesses that more than 4000 Maruti vehicles will be in abrupt need of repairing.
14th December 2015