Datsun redi-GO launched at INR 2,38,900

Posted on: Jun 7, 2016 - 12:12pm IST

Available in five grades.

Datsun has launched the all new Datsun redi-GO for sale at an event in Delhi today. It will be available in five grades, and the prices (ex-showroom New Delhi) are listed below.

  • Datsun redi-GO D – INR 2,38,900
  • Datsun redi-GO A – INR 2,82,649
  • Datsun redi-GO T – INR 3,09,149
  • Datsun redi-GO T(O) – INR 3,19,399
  • Datsun redi-GO S – INR 3,34,399

The redi-GO is offered with a standard two year warranty/unlimited kilometers with free roadside assistance. An optional package extends the warranty to three years/unlimited kilometers.

Datsun redi-GO front quarter launched
Under the hood is a 0.8L petrol engine with i-SAT tech producing 54 hp and 72 Nm.

The Datsun redi-GO is only available with one engine option at launch. Under the hood is a 0.8L petrol engine with i-SAT tech producing 54 hp and 72 Nm, paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. It is capable of sprinting from 0-100 km/h in a best-in-class figure of 15.98 seconds. With a light foot, the redi-GO can average an ARAI-certified fuel economy of 25.17 km/L.

The redi-GO measures 3,429 mm long, 1,560 mm wide, 1,541 mm high, has a wheelbase of 2,348 mm, and boasts of a best-in-class ground clearance of 185 mm. It also shares the highly localized CMF-A platform with the Renault Kwid, which is 250 mm longer than the redi-GO. The boot in the Datsun redi-GO is 222L in volume.

Datsun redi-GO dashboard Review
Note that the single airbag is not offered as an option in lower trim levels, but is standard in the redi-GO S grade

Also Read: Datsun redi-GO Review

The top-end ‘S’ grade comes equipped with LED daytime running lights, front power windows, power steering, a music system with radio/CD/USB/AUX input and a drivers airbag. Note that the single airbag is not offered as an option in lower trim levels.

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