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What’s Covered in Tata Indica Car Insurance
Car Insurance plans for Tata Indica
Damages/Losses to own car due to an accident
Damages/Losses to own car in case of fire
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
Customize your IDV
Extra protection with customized add-ons
Know more about the difference between comprehensive and third party insurance
How to file a Claim?
After you buy or renew our car insurance plan, you live tension free as we have a 3-step, completely digital claims process!
Just call on 1800-258-5956. No forms to be filled
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 Indica
Tata Indica, India's first own Passenger Car! This supermini car was launched by Tata Motors in 1998. Ever since its launch, this car was a hit among all. It was India's first indigenously developed passenger car and gave a head start to Tata Motors' passenger vehicle division. Tata's first 5-seater hatchback made way for a host of small cars in the company's range right from the Indigo to the Vista and Manza models. Cheap to buy, cheap to run and cheap to repair, the big and spacious Indica truly lived up to its ‘More Car per Car’ marketing tag. Tata Motors decided to lay to rest its very first passenger car with production ending in April 2018.
Why Tata Indica was so popular?
The Indica had an enormous taking in the taxi segment as it was frugal to run and cheap to repair. Compared to its rivals, the Indica was crude, rough around the edges and had the sheer value proposition it offered. Not to forget, it was the only diesel in its class for years hence economical for the Indian Market. Now that it has bowed out gracefully, those who still have Indica can take pride in their most efficient possession.
The Tata Indica is a hatchback that was offered in several variants and with both petrol and diesel engine choices and the car proved to be more reliable.
Tata Indica - Variants and ex-Showroom Price
ex-Showroom Price (may change as per the city)
Indica LSI1405 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 2.77 Lakh
Indica LEI1405 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 3.32 Lakh
Indica LGI1405 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 3.32 Lakh
Indica DLE1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 3.41 Lakh
Indica DLS1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 3.6 Lakh
Indica LXI1405 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 4.14 Lakh
Indica DLX1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.5 kmpl
₹ 4.25 Lakh
Why is it important to buy Car insurance for Tata Indica?
Insurance is protection and you would want to protect this most reliable and efficient Indica of yours…wouldn’t you? Sometimes things go beyond your control and to protect your car in such situations, should be your priority. Car insurance is a must as it covers your expenses in an unfortunate event.
Legally Compliant: Driving your Indica without proper insurance can land you in serious trouble. By law, it is illegal in India to drive without car insurance and can put heavy fines on your head (up to 2000 INR) and even result in confiscation or suspension of your Driving license and/or prison time.
Comprehensive Cover with extended coverage: Think of this Comprehensive cover as an umbrella saving you from the hapless downpour in unfortunate situations. This can be modified with multiple add-ons such as Zero Dep, Breakdown assistance, Tire protection etc. to make it more beneficial. It is also deemed sensible to go for such insurance as an additional insurance cover for your India.
Protect from Financial Liabilities: Insuring your Tata Indica will protect your car against any damage from an accident, natural calamity, theft or vandalism, strike, and riot. Car insurance helps in saving your money by covering all these costs.
Cover Third-Party Liability: This type of Insurance provides protection cover to you if you were responsible for damage/injury to someone else’s Vehicle or Property, in an unlikely event of an accident or the likes of it. Such expenses are mostly unexpected and sudden, and you may not be prepared to handle the situation financially at that given time, this insurance comes in handy and saves you and your pocket.