Tata Indica was the first indigenously developed passenger car in India launched by Tata Motors in 1998. The car was hugely reciprocated in the Indian Automobile Industry and opened a whole new world of passenger cars in India. There have been various facelift models for Indica which were developed as per the market trend and demand. The latest version available in the market is Indica eV2 which was launched in March 2011. Tata Indica is amongst the top ten best ever selling cars in India. The company sold more than 12,000 units in India in 2017.
“Tata Indica won The National Technology Award for successful implementation of indigenous technology in six months timeframe.”
The Indica eV2 is powered by a ‘CR4’ diesel engine. Other key features include Auto-Drive Assist option and Clutch-To Start. With the facelift, Tata Motors have amended the exterior with a rear chrome garnish & electrically operated ORVMs. Other eminent attraction is a motorized clear lens headlamps, side indicator lamps, and a triple-step chrome tip grille.
Variants of Tata Indica
|Specification||Tata Indica LX||Tata Indica LS|
|Engine||1.3 Multijet||1.3 Multijet|
|Power||[email protected]||[email protected]|
|Torque||[email protected]||[email protected]|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||165||165|
|Fuel Capacity (L)||37||37|
Why You Should Get Your Tata Indica Insured?
No Financial Burden
In case of an accident, we will pay for the damages caused. You don’t have to bear the sudden financial crunch.
Third-party Damage Is Not Paid by You
We will pay for the damage to the third-party person and/or third-party property caused by your Tata Indica.
Peace of Mind
You don’t have to worry about how your Tata Indica will get repaired in case of accidents. That’s our job!
Mandatory by Law
Riding your Tata Indica without a Third-party Liability Insurance is illegal. You are liable for a monetary penalty and/or imprisonment if you do not have a valid car insurance policy.
It is important to know about car insurance checklist in order to buy the best insurance policy for your car.
Types of Car Insurance Policies
Third-party Car Insurance Policy
If you opt for Third-party Insurance Policy, the damages caused to a third-party property or person will be paid by us. Buying this policy is mandatory by law.
Comprehensive Car Insurance
If you opt for a Comprehensive Insurance Policy, along with the benefits offered by a Third-party Insurance Policy, we also pay for the repairs for your own car or injuries caused to you in case of accidents.
Benefits of Buying Acko Car Insurance Policy
Online Insurance Process
Buy an insurance policy anytime, anywhere, directly from our website.
Guidance from Trained Professionals
Get insurance related, unbiased advice from our trained professionals.
Quick Claim Settlement
When you file a claim, we try to settle it in a quick and hassle-free manner.
Inclusions of Acko Car Insurance Policy
You are covered against the following:
- Loss or damage to the vehicle due to an accident
- Loss or Damage caused to third-party life or property
- Theft of insured vehicle
- Damages caused due to natural calamities
- Damages caused due to man-made calamities
Exclusions of Acko Car Insurance Policy
You are NOT covered against the following:
- Regular wear and tear
- Mechanical & Electrical breakdown
- Driving with an Invalid or no license
- Driving under the Influence of Intoxicating Substances
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Third-party and Comprehensive Insurance Policy?
Buying a Third-party Insurance is mandatory as per The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. It covers only the damages caused to the third-party involved in an accident with your insured Tata Indica.
A Comprehensive Insurance Policy will cover you against damages caused to your Tata Indica along with the benefits of a Third-party Insurance Policy.
My Tata Indica insurance policy has expired a few months back, is an inspection necessary for the new policy?
Yes, if there is a time gap between the expiry and the renewal of Car Insurance Policy, your Tata Indica may require another round of inspection.
Is an online policy considered to be valid?
100% yes, buying an online policy is as good as buying an offline policy.
I just bought a new Tata Indica and had another car earlier, will my No Claim Bonus be continued?
Yes, if your earlier car was of the same class and type, your No Claim Bonus will be continued to the new car after completing the formalities.
How does NCB work in case I buy a second-hand car? Will I get No Claim Bonus?
As a new owner, it’s your obligation to get the existing car insurance transferred in your name within the specified period from the date of transfer of RC book.
In case you have an old policy with accumulated NCB, it can be transferred by submitting a retention letter to the new insurer.