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LeasePlan Car Insurance Management

This is to inform you that we have moved the entire Insurance Management Process inhouse and will be directly coordinating with insurance companies - Future Generali, Bajaj Allianz and Tata AIG as our Insurance Partners. This new model will help us extend better service to you. Please note, we are no longer working with SMC Insurance Brokers Pvt Ltd. 


While all new insurance policies and renewals will be managed by our new Insurance Partners, we assure you that the existing insurance policies will remain valid and continue to be served by us without any interruption till their expiry.  For any support or clarifications, please call us at 1860 500 5050 or email us at


Call us on 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050

Contact us on our helpline numbers for a quick, hassle-free resolution and support.

Click here to download Response Times through the car lease cycle - from quotation to delivery, services to end of lease and re-order.


Contact Details

SalaryPlan Quote Support
Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:30pm

 - How to order your SalaryPlan car
 - Quote making queries

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050
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LeasePlan Customer Support
Monday - Saturday | 8:00am - 8:00pm

 - Status of your ordered car
 - Service and delivery queries
 - End of lease queries
 - Insurance claims assistance

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050
IVR option 1

Insurance Team

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:30pm

 - Insurance related queries

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050

LeasePlan Empanelled Dealerships

Please note, going forward LeasePlan will be procuring cars only from its empanelled dealer network. This is to ensure that we can extend better discounts, faster deliveries and superior service experience to you.


To check the list of empaneled dealerships in your city, please log in or reach out to SalaryPlan Team at or call at 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050.


Damage Repair & Claim Assistance Helpline 


In an unfortunate case of a damage or accident, and if your car insurance has been taken from LeasePlan, you can now call us at 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050 or email us at We will assist you with:


- Insurance claim process documentation

- Coordination with insurance company

- Guidance to workshops that provide cashless claim facility


Please feel free to avail the service for a smooth, cashless claim as well as damage repair services from LeasePlan’s network of empaneled workshops.


EV Showstoppers at Auto Expo 2023!

EV Showstoppers at Auto Expo 2023!



Auto Expo 2023 had an electric theme at all the major pavilions and this clearly points towards manufacturers moving towards electric vehicle offerings at a brisk pace. We take a look at some of the electric vehicles and concepts showcased at the Expo that definitely got heads to turn.


MG 4 has a crossover inspired look that draws a lot of design elements from the Cyberster Roadster Concept. The front end is low and has sharp swept back headlights, side profile gives you a glimpse of its sheer size and pronounced shoulder line, while at the rear, MG 4 EV has a chiselled layered look that is very sporty. Globally, MG 4 EV is available with two battery pack options – 51kWh and a larger 64kWh; the former produces 170hp, while the latter produces 203hp. It is only offered in a rear wheel drive configuration and has a range of 450 km per charge.

Tata Sierra EV Concept

Tata Sierra EV concept was the definite showstopper at this year’s Auto Expo. Sierra EV is a large 5-door SUV that boasts of a premium fit and finish. The flat bonnet, squared off front end, massive glasshouse and 20 inch alloy wheels give it an imposing presence. Cabin is extremely spacious and boasts of a flat floor and rear seats are like a business class lounge. Driver gets a digital instrument cluster and centre console is dominated by large touchscreen infotainment system. Sierra EV will most likely get two electric motors, a 500+ km range per charge and all-wheel-drive.

Tata Harrier EV Concept

Tata Harrier EV concept was a surprise unveil at the Auto Expo as it is a near production ready concept. Harrier EV is expected to get a dual motor set up and this will make it the first Harrier to feature all-wheel-drive. It will benefit from a large battery pack that could have a 65-70 kWh capacity which will allow for a 500+ km range per charge. Cabin carries a similar layout as that seen on the regular Harrier, however because it is an EV, there is no gearshift and in place of that there is a neat rotary dial to select between Park, Neutral, Reverse and Drive. Harrier EV is also expected to get multiple drive modes.

BYD Seal

Build Your Dreams (BYD) is a Chinese EV manufacturer that has made good inroads in the Indian market with their all electric E6 and Atto3 models. At the Auto Expo, company showcased their popular high-end electric sedan model known as BYD Seal. Sold in international markets as a rival to Tesla, BYD Seal is a sleek sporty looking machine that has a low slung stance and literally hugs the road. Built as a premium offering, Seal boasts of a range of 700 km on a single charge and it is offered with a single motor or dual motor option in international markets. For India, it is expected to only be offered in the top trim dual motor configuration that delivers 500 PS of power and allows the luxury electric sedan to accelerate from 0-100km/h in just 5 seconds.