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What’s Covered in Tata Bolt Car Insurance
Car Insurance plans for Tata Bolt
Damages/Losses to own car due to an accident
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Damages/Losses to own car in case of a natural calamity
Damages to Third-Party Vehicle
Damages to Third-Party Property
Personal Accident Cover
Injuries/Death of a Third-Party Person
Theft of your car
Doorstep Pick-Up & Drop
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Extra protection with customized add-ons
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Get a link for Self-Inspection on your registered mobile number. Shoot your vehicle’s damages from your smartphone through a guided step by step process.
Choose the mode of repair you wish to opt for i.e. Reimbursement or Cashless through our network of garages.
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More about Car Insurance for Tata Bolt
Tata’s slogan “Get. Set. Bolt” fits quiet in place for this gorgeous and sporty hatchback. Tata Bolt was launched at Indian Auto Expo 2014 along with its sedan version, the Tata Zest. Striking power bulge on the bonnet, flame-shaped tail lamps, sporty rear spoiler, this Bolt has it all to be an eye-catcher and stand out of the crowd undoubtedly. Production of the Bolt ceased in April 2019, if you have one, pat your shoulder because it is Tata’s one of the best hatchback model.
Why should you buy Tata Bolt?
The Bolt was made available in both the fuel trims with 4 variants XE, XM, XMS and XT in petrol and diesel. Bolt competed with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Swift and Hyundai Grand i10. The Bolt was developed under the banner of HorizonNext strategy, which contains three aspects- DriveNext, DesignNext and ConnectNext.
Under DriveNext, the car got a segment-first multi driving mode: City (default), Eco and Sport, while with ConnectNext, the hatch embraces 5-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system.
Tata Bolt came in features like projector headlamps, automatic climate control, steering-mounted audio, speed-dependent volume control, voice commands, dual front airbags and ABS with EBD etc.
Priced in the range of Rs 4.77 lakh - Rs 7.33 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Bolt returned a mileage of 17.57kmpl in its petrol guise and 22.95kmpl in the diesel avatar. The Bolt was not available in an automatic transmission option.
Tata Bolt - Variants and ex-Showroom Price
ex-Showroom Price (may change as per the city)
Revotron XE1193 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.57 kmpl
₹ 5.29 Lakh
Revotron XM1193 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.57 kmpl
₹ 5.9 Lakh
Revotron XMS1193 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.57 kmpl
₹ 6.14 Lakh
Quadrajet XE1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 22.95 kmpl
₹ 6.51 Lakh
Revotron XT1193 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.57 kmpl
₹ 6.74 Lakh
Quadrajet XM1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 22.95 kmpl
₹ 6.83 Lakh
Quadrajet XMS1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 22.95 kmpl
₹ 7.09 Lakh
Quadrajet XT1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 22.95 kmpl
₹ 7.77 Lakh
Why is it important to buy Car insurance for Tata Bolt?
The answer is Protection. It is mandatory for every car owner to have their vehicle insured or he/she should be ready to bear heavy penalties. Apart from that Car insurance will protect you and your pocket from an unforeseen sudden loss.
Protect from Financial Liabilities: Your Bolt may stand vulnerable in front of an unforeseen natural disaster, an accident or a theft. Car insurance then becomes your saviour, saving you from the unexpected expenses. Now if the damage to your car was your fault it hurts less and you may shell out from your pocket but if it had nothing to do with you, it hurts crazy and this can be avoided.
Legally Compliant: It is illegal to drive your car without insurance. Failing to produce car insurance can land yourself in serious trouble. Present fine for driving without insurance can go up to Rs. 2000 and maybe jail time. So even if you are a thrill-seeker, not getting insurance is a bad idea.
Cover Third-Party Liability: In an unfortunate event of an accident, a car insurance policy covers for the Monetary loss of the third party who suffered. Sometimes in such cases, the damages are huge and irreparable and maybe beyond one’s present financial capacity, this is where car insurance steps in. It takes care of most of the financial loss and acts as a protector for the party on the receiving end.
Comprehensive Cover with extended coverage: This type of cover is always the best as it acts as an umbrella to not only the third party but also to you and your Bolt. Going with Comprehensive car insurance assures complete peace of mind, as it will take care of the losses incurred and will provide better coverage from third-party liabilities. You can choose from multiple add-ons available such as Zero Depreciation, Breakdown assistance, Engine and gearbox protection, Tire protection among others and customize the policy suiting you and your pocket the best. A comprehensive policy, offers complete protection, staying true to its name.