The Tata Venture is a minivan from Tata Motors that was introduced to compete with the Omni and Eeco. It was launched in India in 2010. The van is an MPV (multipurpose vehicle) with 5, 7, and 8 seat arrangements. Tata Motors discontinued the production of the Venture in 2017 following poor response from the market.
The Venture is a diesel minivan that has a 1.4-litre turbocharged engine of capacity 1405 cc. It has a 5-speed manual transmission. The car is offered in three variants (LX, EX, and GX). It is available in 13 different colour shades.
The Tata Venture is available with three doors and four doors, depending on the variant and number of seats. It has a boot space of 500 litres. The car's fuel tank capacity is 33 litres. It offers a mileage of 15.42 km/l and has a ground clearance of 160 mm.
Some of the key features included in the Tata Venture are:
When you buy an insurance policy for your Tata Venture, the premium amount you need to pay depends on several factors including the variant of the car you have, the RTO code (place registered), and the year of registration. The following table has premium rates for some of the variants of the Venture:
Price of the Car
TATA Venture LX 7-seater Diesel 1405 cc
TATA Venture EX 7-seater Diesel 1405 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2017 Tata Venture car registered in Mumbai.
Your basic policy has many exclusions. If you want to get these exclusions covered by the policy, then you can buy an add-on cover for your policy. Some of these add-ons are listed for your reference:
You need to renew your Venture car insurance policy before the expiry date so that you do not miss a single day of coverage. Renewing is a cinch when you do it through PolicyX.com. This is how you can do it:
There is nothing to worry about in this situation. You have not lost the policy but only a printed copy of it. Your insurance policy continues to be valid. All you need to do is check your email for a soft copy of the policy. If not available, just call the insurer and ask them to send another copy by email. Take a print, and you are good to go.
Yes, the bonus is for not making a claim and you will lose it when you make the claim. To avoid this situation, you can buy an NCB protector add-on cover that ensures you retain the NCB even after making a claim.
A music system is an electrical accessory, which is not installed by the manufacturer and is hence not covered by insurance. You can buy an electrical accessory cover to get it included, so you can make a claim if it is damaged in an accident.
Leaving the car key inside the car is an act of negligence. This would invalidate the insurance policy. The insurer then has the right to reject the insurance claim and deny payment.
Last updated on 24-09-2020