Datsun Go+ bookings start for INR 11,000 – IAB Report

Posted on: Jan 2, 2015 - 2:48pm IST

Launches on Jan 15.

Nissan India has started accepting bookings for the Datsun Go+ compact MPV. Prospective customers can book the car at Nissan dealerships between January 03 to January 14 for a refundable amount of INR 11,000. The car has its market launch scheduled for January 15.

Datsun Go+ side Review
The sub-4m Go+ is based on the Go’s platform.

To recap, the Go+ is the second product from the Datsun stable, and is based on the same platform as the Go hatchback. Measuring at 3,995 mm in length, 1,635 mm in width, 1,490 mm in height and 2,450 mm in wheelbase, the Go+ is a 5+2 seater. With all seats in place, the Go+ can accommodate 48 liters of luggage, whereas with the third row folded, the boot space is a substantial 347 liters.

Power for the car comes from the same 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine seen on the Micra. A diesel engine is not offered at the moment. The petrol unit is good for 68 PS (67 bhp) and 104 Nm of torque, and is matched to a 5-speed manual transmission. Nissan claims a fuel efficiency of 20.62 km/l.

Datsun Go+ dash Review
Only the top-end variant is equipped with power steering and AC.

Also read: Nissan and Datsun’s plans for 2015 revealed – IAB Picks

At the time of launch, the Go+ will be sold in four variants, but it is the top-end variant which gets even basic features like power steering or AC. In addition, the top-end comes with front power windows, central locking, a mobile docking station and speakers. No safety features are provided though.

Datsun Go+ – Image Gallery

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3 thoughts on “Datsun Go+ bookings start for INR 11,000 – IAB Report

  1. Keeleri Achu says:

    Tickets to heaven available for INR just 11000 only…. Hurry up!!!!! 🙂

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  2. “No safety features are provided though” – Why Nissan doesn’t understand from the mistakes? First an abysmal product named GO with 0 stars crushing 5 people, now they launch GO+ to crush 7 people. GNCAP would be waiting to test the GO+.

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  3. shafik says:

    nissan still not understand the Indian market ,

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