More images and video clipping of the compact Datsun Go+ MPV now available


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Hours ago, Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO of Renault-Nissan, unveiled to the Indonesians the Datsun Go+ compact MPV and the Datsun Go hatchback. Thanks to, we are able to bring you some live images of the Go+ from its launch floor.

We also have a whole bunch of studio stills revealing the Go+’s third row seats. But first, here’s a brief video of the sub-4 meter MPV.

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From these images, it can be judged that the Go+’s last row seats can accommodate two children at best. Datsun themselves call it a 5+2 MPV. Built on the Go’s platform (which is in turn based on the Nissan Micra), the Go+ will use the same 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine as announced for the Go hatchback. Mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, the Go+ would be tuned for economy.

Indonesian sales of the Go+ begin next year with prices promised below 100 million Indonesian Rupiah (INR 5.52 lakhs).

Datsun Go+ third row legroom
Third row of the Go+ is best suited for two children.

Carlos Ghosn at the unveiling of the Go+  –

With the return of the Datsun brand, we are changing mobility. And we’re ensuring greater access to the pride, independence and opportunities that car ownership provides. It’s exciting to know that, for many Indonesians, the first new car they buy will be a Datsun.

Datsun Go+ Official Image Gallery

Datsun Go+ Live Images

Datsun Go+ Unveiled In Indonesia – Press Release

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