The Tata Indigo eCS is an enhanced version of the Tata Indigo CS from Tata Motors. It was launched in 2010 and underwent feature enhancements in 2013. A CNG variant Indigo eCS e-Max was also launched. The car is a compact sedan with four doors, which could seat five passengers. The Indigo eCS was discontinued from April 2018.
The Tata Indigo eCS is one of the smallest sedans being under four metres in length. It is available in both petrol and diesel variants. The diesel car has a 1.4-litre CR4 engine of 1405 cc capacity. The petrol car has a 1.2 litre SOHC engine of 1193 cc capacity.
The Indigo eCS has a fuel tank capacity of 42 litres. The petrol variant has a fuel efficiency of 15.64 km/l and the diesel variant's fuel efficiency is 25 km/l. It has a boot space of 380 litres. Its ground clearance is 165mm.
The key features of the Indigo eCS include:
When you buy insurance for your Indigo eCS, the premium to be paid depends on factors like the car model and variant, year of registration, IDV, place of registration, among others. Some of the common variants of the Indigo eCS and the insurance premium rates are presented below:
|Car Variant||Price of the Car||IDV*||Zero Depreciation (Add on)*||Premium (Basic)*|
|Tata Indigo eCSGLS Petrol 1193 cc||Rs.5,10,158||Rs.3,64,000||Rs.1,802||Rs.5,834|
|Tata Indigo eCS GVX Petrol 1193 cc||Rs.5,46,652||Rs.3,57,000||Rs.1,767||Rs.5,783|
|Tata Indigo eCSLX TDI Diesel 1405 cc||Rs.6,19,950||Rs.3,94,800||Rs.1,954||Rs.6,055|
*The prices are calculated for 2018 (Till March) Indigo eCS car registered in Chandigarh.
When you buy an add-on cover, you are getting the advantage of enhancing the scope of your Indigo eCS car insurance policy. This allows you to claim many things excluded in the policy. Some of the add-ons you can consider buying are:
Once you get your car insurance, you need to renew it well before time to ensure your coverage is not stopped for any reason. Renewing your car insurance policy is easy and convenient when you do it on PolicyX.com. The following explains how to do it:
Yes, you can if you have a comprehensive insurance policy. The act of a cricket ball hitting the car is considered a man-made hazard and you can get the car windshield repaired or changed and claim for the expenses incurred.
When you started your car, it caused engine flooding leading to a breakdown. This is consequential damage caused as a result of your action and is not a man-made hazard or natural disaster. It is specifically excluded from your policy coverage.
When you drive on the wrong side of the road, you are carrying out an action against the laws of the land. It is considered illegal. Accidents caused due to illegal actions of the driver are not included in the policy and you cannot make a claim.
Sorry, it is not possible. You can claim for the medical expenses you incurred due to injury in an accident, provided you have the personal accident insurance (as mandated by law). The scope of the insurance does not include any animal being carried in the car.
Last updated on 07-10-2020