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The dashboard of the Go is quite plain, but fit and finish is decent.
Rear doors don't get door pockets and even top-end variants of the Go don't get rear power windows.
The Datsun Go's Front doors have usefully big door pockets.
Driver gets power window controls only for his window.
Quite a few parts of the Datsun Go are shared with the Micra Active.
Simple dials. Digital screen includes rev-counter, trip computer and fuel gauge.
No radio or CD player. You get an aux-in port and an USB charging point.
Gearshift action is light.
Gear lever and handbrake sprout from the dashboard.
Inner wheel arch cladding omitted, presumably for cutting costs.
265-litre boot is usefully big.
Rear windshield doesn't get inner beading.
Wide left seat gives bench-seats-like configuration.
Go to be followed by compact MPV and an even cheaper hatchback.
Datsun is Nissan's low-cost brand.
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