Datsun cars might be new for the Indian subcontinent, but Datsun brand is owned by Nissan and was originally produced in 1931 and from 1958 to 1986 any vehicle exported by Nissan was known as a Datsun which was phased out in 1986 but in 2013 the brand was re-launched as a low-cost entry for emerging markets such as Indonesia and India. The first of the Datsun cars introduced to the Indian market was the peppy little hatchback, the Datsun Go which promptly met with success. Since then Nissan has been iterating on the Datsun Go and also introduced the Datsun Go+ in 2015 which is a station wagon version of the Datsun Go and is a 7-seater. Both the Go and Go+ have been receiving steady iterations to their models to keep them in line with present trends. The new Go+ offers some quality of life improvements as well as some styling improvements that are aimed at the newer generations.
Datsun Go Plus Features
The new Go+ has been given a facelift. The car’s styling has been updated in a way to appeal the the younger generation with a sharper and sportier look. The headlamp setup has been updated to a sleek model and now the car comes with follow-me home lamps, the lower DRLs coming in the LED variant and now has a carbon fiber finish, the wheels have been bumped up to 14 inch dual tone alloy wheels. The front grill has been changed and has a new honeycomb mesh pattern in line to match with new aesthetics of the car. The rear bumper has been given a changeover as well to bring it into similar styling standards as the front of the car.
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The Datsun Go+ is a value for money. It comes with a host of features that are generally not seen in many cars at this price point. The interior now comes with a dual tone plastic trim which gives the car a premium finish, but the touch screen infotainment systems which comes with apple car-play and android auto support is our winner, a feature usually reserved for more expensive models. The Go+ comes with ABS and EBD standard along with dual front airbags and brake assist. The car has also gained around 100 kilos of weight but this has been done to improve the safety of the car’s occupants.
Datsun Go Plus Price
The Datsun Go+ is offered in 5 different variants each suited for a different customer group and Datsun Go plus price ranges from ₹ 3.86- 5.72 lakh (Ex-showroom New Delhi). Datsun Go+ doesn’t support diesel fuel option but the ARAI approved mileage of 19.83 km/l is worth making the car a winner in all aspects.