|Parent company||Tata Sons|
|Body style(s)||3-door Minivan|
|Engine(s)||1.4 L diesel 90 hp (67 kW)|
The Tata Venture is a minivan unveiled on 5 January 2010 at the 10th AutoExpo in Pragati Maidan by Tata Motors in India. It is in competition with the prevalent MPV and vans from Maruti, Mahindra, Toyota, Chevrolet and Force Motors. Venture is powered by a 1.4-litre turbo diesel engine delivering 90 hp (67 kW) power, it boasts of the best-in-class fuel efficiency among diesel MPVs in the INDIA and is available in 5-, 6-, 7- and 8-seater arrangement. It comes with features such as dual heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC), reverse parking aid, power windows, keyless entry and power steering.
Tata Venture in IndiaEdit
On 6 January, 2011 - Today, India's leading auto manufacturer Tata Motors has launched its awaited passenger vehicle Tata Venture in the Indian auto market. In India, Tata Venture will be available in three variants and all of its variants are equipped with 1.4-litre, 1405 cc Turbocharged diesel engine. The 1.4 l, Turbocharged diesel engine with five-speed manual transmission gearbox delivers maximum power of 71 PS at 4500 rpm with 135 Nm of maximum torque at 2500 rpm. The all-new MPV Tata Venture is launched with a price tag of Rs 4.05 lakh to Rs 5.07 lakh (ex-showroom, Jaipur).
The Tata Venture is affixed with power steering and power windows, keyless entry, reverse parking aid along with engine immobiliser and the rear wipers too. The car will come in five-, seven- and eight-seater options divided in three-row front-facing configuration. The new car will come in five bright colour options to choose from.
The new car Tata Venture is a family car and can accommodate eight passengers easily. The van is loaded with 1.4-litre turbo diesel powertrain which offers excellent fuel efficiency among the ones available in the domestic auto market. The new MPV offers a mileage of 15.42 kmpl, certified by ARAI.
Tata Venture Models in India
|Tata Venture Five Seater||This is the base variant of Tata Venture that comes with the seating capacity of five passengers and some standard features like power steering, power windows.|
|Tata Venture Seven Seater||It comes with the seating capacity of seven passengers and with similar features of base variants. It comes with three rows front facing seats.|
|Tata Venture Eight Seater||It comes with the seating capacity of eight passengers and with similar features of base variants. It comes with three rows front facing seats. It would be available as commercial vehicle.|
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