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You can now get comprehensive Hyundai car insurance for any model with Tata AIG. To understand the cost of your Hyundai car insurance rates, speak to your local dealer and get an estimate of the Insured Declared Value (IDV) - this is the price of your car as listed by the manufacturer.

After this, you can use the car insurance premium calculator on Tata AIG’s website to calculate the premium for Hyundai car insurance online. A calculator allows you to adjust the premium cost basis the loan amount and tenure. Select the ideal amount based on your budget and factor the Hyundai car insurance cost in the total purchase cost of your new vehicle. To know the cost of your Hyundai car, you can ask your local dealer or enter the details on the Tata AIG website to know more about car insurance.

Key Features of Hyundai Car Insurance:

  • Simple Claim Process
  • Road Side Assistance
  • 5700+ Cashless Garage Network
  • Zero Depreciation
  • Retaining NCB from Previous Policy

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Hyundai Car Overview

Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) is one of the largest car manufacturers and exporters in India. Since the launch of its tallboy hatchback Santro in 1998, the Hyundai brand has become one of the most beloved automobile companies in the country. Hyundai today offers 11 car models in India, across the hatchback, sedan and SUV/MUV category.

Prices in the hatchback segment start at Rs 4.6 lakh, while sedans and MUVs are from Rs 5.86 lakh and Rs 6.76 lakh respectively. Hyundai is among the few automobile companies that have a road-ready fully electric vehicle called Kona that is tentatively expected to launch in March 2021.

New thinking, new possibilities


What sets Hyundai apart from other international automotive brands is the company’s firm focus on understanding the needs of the Indian consumer and delivering products that meet expectations. It was the first manufacturer to offer power steering in a hatchback (Santro), and it brought the CRDi diesel engine technology in 2002 (Accent). It also created a whole new ‘premium hatchback’ category with the introduction of the i20, and now it is at the forefront of offering an eco-friendly solution with its premium e-vehicle Kona.

Additionally, Hyundai has a multi-million-dollar research and development facility in Hyderabad and two fully integrated state-of-the-art manufacturing plants near Chennai with a production capacity of 7 lakh units per year. Not only do these facilities serve as the export hub for Hyundai globally, but they also create employment opportunities for thousands of Indians.

The Hyundai Car Advantages


Hyundai has a prominent presence in each car segment. The manufacturer is looking to further connect with millennial consumers through innovative designs, application of technology, and upgraded look and feel of its cars. Those looking for a fully-loaded car with all contemporary features will like the look and feel of Hyundai cars. The latest models offer new-age features such as wireless chargers, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, smart boot, emergency stop signal, ventilated front seats, twin-tip mufflers, etc., which make for a supremely comfortable driving experience.

Loaded with the latest design and features are powerful and fuel-efficient engines. Hyundai was the first car manufacturer to adopt BS-VI emission norms with the launch of the Venue and its turbo-petrol engine. The newer models are equipped with 1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT petrol engine, 1.2 U2 CRDi diesel engine, or the 1.0 Turbo GDi Kappa Dual VTVT petrol engine that pack a powerful punch in terms of performance.

In addition to being sturdy and safe, Hyundai has a strong service and after-sales network with 493 dealers and more than 1300 service points across India.

The company recently launched its new ‘Click to Buy’ platform that allows you to avail its end-to-end buying services - from booking a test drive, speaking to a dedicated sales advisor, filling in loan applications and getting delivery timelines. All this ensures a seamless online purchase experience.

Hyundai Car Insurance


Whether you are looking for a new plan or a Hyundai car insurance renewal, you can avail of a comprehensive third-party and own damage cover from Tata AIG online in three simple steps. TATA AIG offers a complete Hyundai cashless insurance facility with 13 different value-added riders such as depreciation reimbursement, return to invoice cover, etc. that help you maintain your car as good as new, even if you get in an unfortunate accident.

Tata AIG also offers a no-claim bonus (NCB) cover as a discount on your Hyundai car insurance renewal premium for every claim-free year, making your annual premiums cheaper. In addition to protecting the car, your Tata AIG Hyundai insurance also offers a personal accident cover in the event of permanent partial, total disability or death caused due to a road accident.

Upcoming Hyundai models


Hyundai currently has 11 car models in India. This includes four in the hatchback category, one in the compact sedan category, two in the sedan category and four in the SUV/MUV category. There are also multiple upcoming models scheduled for late 2020 to early 2021. They include:

Hyundai Elite i20 2020 (November 2020) Hyundai Ioniq (December 2020) Hyundai Creta 7-seater (January 2021) Hyundai Sonata (February 2021) Hyundai Palisade (August 2021) Hyundai New Elantra (September 2021)

Other brands on Indian roads


While Hyundai continues to be one of the best-performing car brands in the Indian market, here are other brands that offer great options, such as:

  • Maruti Suzuki
  • Tata
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • Toyota
  • Ford
  • Volkswagen
  • Honda

Before you choose a Hyundai car for yourself, remember to #ThinkAhead and compare their features keeping your requirements in mind so that you choose the best option for you and your family. In addition, make sure you get a comprehensive Hyundai insurance with the right add-ons so that you keep yourself and your family safe whenever you drive!

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