The Tata Venture is a van with seven seats and a footprint of a hatch. This is another segment where Tata Motors was the first to get in. The Venture has
good space and decent amount of features on it. The features also that are on offer on this van, are decent and can compete with B segment hatchback.
The interior styling of the Venture may not be funky or flashy, but it is good enough as it hasn’t been designed to be funky. The interiors are designed
ergonomically. Venture’s bag comes filled with goodies like AC vents for all the three rows, power steering, power windows and an aftermarket music system.
The spacious seats will make you feel lavished – certainly for the price tag. When you are driving, that is when you realize how commanding the position
is, as the large windshield ensures high visibility and the steering position is also just good enough.
The Tata Venture has two to three rows of seating, with options of 5, 7 or 8 seats, all depending on the variant you opt for. The AC vents on top of each
row ensure sufficient cooling for all the passengers. There are acres of space in each row and the beige interiors further makes the cabin look airy,
giving it a roomy feel and good enough support from the seats too.
The 1.4 litre diesel engine on the Venture has decent power up to 60km/hr. This is a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive set-up. So the front-row seats are
located on top of the engine. The good bit is that one can comfortably drive around at speeds of 70-80km/hr in the top cog for an entire day without any
hard work. The oil burner thus fulfils its duty. This is what it has been built for.
1) Venture LX 7 STR
2) Venture LX 8 STR
3) Venture EX 7 STR
4) Venture EX 8 STR
5) Venture GX 7 STR
6) Venture GX 8 STR