Come festive season and its happiness galore for Nissan fans in India. Reportedly, the Japanese carmaker is all set to roll out their newest models; Datsun GO CVT and GO+ CVT which comes with an amazingly low price booking offer at just INR. 11,000/-. The official launch date is slotted for early October and is due to be announced soon.
Rakesh Srivastava, who happens to be the Managing Director for Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd announced that both Datsun GO and GO+ are built on Nissan’s most appreciated CVT technology and have been priced accordingly keeping in mind the Indian market. Both the cars are the very first in their segment that promises the very best of “Space, Safety & Style” in tandem and is sure to offer delight to one and all buyers. Apart from being automatic, Datsun GO CVT offers excellent fuel efficiency too. For both models, the CVT option will be limited to top-end variants, namely T & T (O) for GO and GO+. The premium price that one has to pay for top-end models is expected to be just about INR 50,000 more than what the asking prices of the manual variants are. However, the other features shall remain standard across all models.
Datsun GO CVT, as well as GO+ CVT, also comes with advanced crash management on the sides of the car, as well as across roof and front. Additionally, it also promises “Pedestrian Protection Reinforcement” as an enhanced security measure. Furthermore, the cars are equipped with first-in-class Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), which includes ABS along with Brake Assist & EBD, dual airbags, follow-me-home headlamps, auto door locks (with speed sensors), reverse parking sensors and engine immobilizer. Lastly, both the models are powered by a typical 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine that produces 67 BHP and maximum torque of 104Nm. The manual gearbox is limited to a 5-speed motor.
Currently, the existing models for both Datsun Go & GO + is priced at around INR 3.38-4.41 lakh and INR 3.95-5.25 lakh respectively. (Ex-showroom prices, Delhi). With new features being added, the price is expected to go up by at least INR 30-50k across top variants. With the launch of Datsun Go & GO + models, Nissan will now emerge as a close rival to a string of players in the market that includes Hyubdai’sSantro, MarutiCelerio and Tata Tiago. As far as the international market is concerned, both Datsun Go and Go + with face-lift has been made available with a CVT gearbox, for instance in Indonesia. Alternatively, Datsun has also produced both the models with CVT gearbox on the Indian soil, for exporting to markets like South Africa.
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