Datsun Go video walkaround

Posted on: Jul 15, 2013 - 4:43pm IST

In the few minutes Datsun allotted the media to complete the shooting the Datsun Go, we managed to capture every exterior detail while it revolved on the turntable, in a video clip.

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Since 1PM, we’ve exhaustively reported on the Datsun Go. You can go through live images, official images, commentary and official videos through our Datsun Go tag page.

The Go is a 3.78m long city hatchback that is powered by a 1.2L petrol engine. Other interesting features are the adjoined front bucket seats and the dash-mounted gearlever and parking brake.

The Go would mark the return of Datsun here in India, in Russia, in South Africa and in Indonesia. Sales begin in all these markets in 2014. Sales in India have been announced from early 2014.

The Go’s manufacturing is from the Renault-Nissan alliance plant in Oragadam, Chennai. This plant, operational since early 2010, makes all of the alliance’s mass-market models with intense localization levels.

The Go’s prices would start from under four lakh rupees. Accessible service stations, dealership proximity and transparent pricing are being promised for Datsun cars.

The Datsun products in general are marketed towards the ’emerging middle class’ family, for whom buying a new car is a celebratory affair.

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2 thoughts on “Datsun Go video walkaround

  1. Ayyappan says:

    Very impressed with what I’ve seen so far. Nissan is definitely on the attack in India.

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  2. sandy says:

    Datsun Go fell short to my likeness but looks good at the end. More about that after looking it physically. Yesterday I went to see Micra Active and new Micra which I always felt uninteresting even after seeing many pictures; but felt very refreshing after seeing them. The new Micra looked well proportioned and ready for action unlike old Micra which looked too lazy.
    Though, Go looks like grownup Alto or sometimes Dacia Sandero especially the rear, but physical look is a welcome.

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