Datsun Go and Go+ limited editions launched

    To celebrate its third year in India, Datsun has launched special editions for its pioneering batch; gets exterior and interior changes; engine remains unchanged.

    Published On Apr 10, 2017 05:49:00 PM


    Nissan's budget car brand Datsun has launched limited editions of its Go hatchback and Go+ compact MPV. Engine wise, they remain unchanged with an in-line three-cylinder engine powering both the cars, and they still make 68hp of power and 104Nm of torque. However, they are given mechanical upgrades like a speed-sensitive electric power steering, a powerful AC and front power windows.

    This time, the Datsun siblings get refreshed exteriors. They get some graphics on the outside, which we must admit do help them look fresh on the solid-paint scheme of things. The new black spoiler also adds to the party. However, the real changes have taken place inside, with Datsun providing an app with which you can alter the interior ambient light colour. They also get new leather seats with electric blue inlays which look youthful in the images provided. The centre console too gets the same blue inlays. It also gets useful upgrades like keyless entry, Bluetooth connectivity and rear parking sensors, along with the convenience of USB and Aux-in connection.

    The limited edition is here to commemorate Datsun's third year in India and the Go and Go+ are priced at Rs 4.19 lakh and Rs 4.9 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), respectively.

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