2015 Datsun GO-NXT to feature keyless entry, reverse camera – Report

Posted on: Aug 12, 2015 - 11:51am IST

Some features will filter down to the regular Datsun GO.

In the coming few weeks, reportedly, Datsun will be launching a new variant of the Datsun GO hatchback that will pack many new features and improvements in a competitively priced package to lure customers towards the Datsun brand.

Datsun Go Delhi Roadshow front quarter
The Datsun GO-NXT will, reportedly, feature side moldings similar to the Renault Kwid.

Reportedly dubbed as the Datsun GO-NXT, it is expected to be equipped with black center console, reverse parking camera and keyless entry as standard. As for safety, Nissan were reportedly improving the structural rigidity of the Datsun Go body shell. An ABS system and airbag could be offered in the GO-NXT.

The Datsun Go range is powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine delivering 68 PS through a 5-speed manual transmission. The fuel consumption of the Datsun Go is rated at 20.63 km/L.

Datsun Go dashboard from Mumbai roadshow
The Datsun GO-NXT  is expected to be equipped with a black center console, reverse parking camera and keyless entry as standard.

Also Read: Datsun Go+ being studied for export markets

The other product in pipeline include the production version of the Datsun redi-GO concept, which will make its debut at the 2016 Auto Expo and launch in the market by March 2016.

Datsun Go – Image Gallery

[Source: Motoroctane]

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One thought on “2015 Datsun GO-NXT to feature keyless entry, reverse camera – Report

  1. hi2aravind says:

    Problem with this car is the cheap looking interior/dashboard and seats. Like how Etios twins suffering. Adding more features will not help. Even after failure after failure, these car companies are not learning. Toyota still has not updated interior in Etios, Honda still not updated interior in Mobilio/amaze even after sales plunging. Go has advantage on exterior design though.

    And nice to hear about structural improvement which is very important.

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