Datsun has lifted the covers off the India-spec facelifts for the Go hatchback and Go+ MPV. Bookings have opened across the Japanese brand’s dealership network in India for an amount of Rs 11,000, with deliveries to commence on October 10.
The exterior of the 2018 Go and Go+ feature an updated front bumper with new vertical LED daytime running lights and a lower air intake. The headlamps and the front grille have been tweaked as well. At the back, there is a reworked bumper and a rear washer and wiper. The update also features the addition of alloy wheels on top-spec models. Datsun will offer a new orange exterior paint shade on the hatchback and a brown one on the Go+.
Inside, the Go and Go+ feature a redesigned dashboard with a new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system (with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility) and a revised instrument cluster with a tachometer. Also, the top-spec models get power windows on all doors.
When launched, the refreshed Go hatchback will compete against the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 and the upcoming Hyundai Santro. Expect the addition of new features and Datsun’s attempt to make the cars more premium to take the prices up. The Go currently retails at Rs 3.38-4.41 lakh while the Go+ has a price tag between Rs 3.95 lakh and Rs 5.25 lakh.
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi
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