Chevrolet Sail Car Insurance
Chevrolet Sail is one of the most affordable sedans available in the Indian market. Though it shares its engine with Sail hatchback but it is not a sub 4 metre car like its peers. The car is available in both diesel and petrol versions with a manual 5 speed transmission. The second generation Sail was developed in the year 2010 and was launched in India in the year 2013. The car has a muscular design defining the overall appeal of the car.
The overall package of the vehicle is appreciable and design of the vehicle is also contemporary well suited to likes of urban customers. The exterior parts of the car have been given chrome finished as is preferred by Indian customers. The front portion of the car has radiator grill that is finished in chrome and black mesh. The same grill has company’s logo installed over it which is painted in golden. The stylish head light cluster is based on the hawk design.
Chevrolet has made this sedan in order to provide comfortable driving experience to its customers. There are many features that provide great convenience to the driver. The interiors of the car are two toned with black and beige colours. The upholstery used for the seats is of high quality and provides comfortable cushioning for the passengers. The steering wheel is finished in black and holds a golden finished company logo in the middle. Other features include keyless entry, a digital clock and a digital tachometer.
What to opt for?
Chevrolet Sail is loaded with safety features such as Anti-locking braking system, electronic brake force distribution and child protection rear locks which provide protection to the passengers. Apart from this, one must look for comprehensive insurance plan that will compensate for third party vehicle and property damages.
- Displacement: 1200 cc
- Cylinder: 4
- Power: 83 bhp
- Transmission: 5 speed MT
Note: This is your car’s recommended IDV as per IRDAI’s depreciation guidelines.asdfsad However, insurance companies allow you to modify this IDV within a certain range (this range varies from insurer to insurer). Higher the IDV, higher the premium you pay.Read More