Rahul Sharma

Datsun Go Plus

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Manufacturer  Datsun (Nissan)
Production  2015
Body style  5-door MPV (Go+)
Also called  Datsun Go+
Class  Mini MPV (Go+)
Datsun Go Plus
Assembly  Chennai, India (Nissan) Purwakarta, Indonesia

The Datsun Go is the first car released by the Japanese automaker Nissan under the Datsun brand, since it was discontinued in 1986. Named after the "Dat-Go", Datsun's first car launched in the early 20th century,[2] the Go will initially be available in developing markets such as India, South Africa and Indonesia. It is based on the same Nissan V platform as the Micra/March.[3] The Go was launched in India on March 19, 2014 with a price range of ₹3.12-3.70 lakh[4] and in Indonesia with an excepted price below Rp 100.000.000 to accommodate Indonesian LCGC rule both for Go and Go+.[5] INDIA'S FIRST COMPACT FAMILY WAGON.

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  • 9](as Go+ Panca) is available in 3 trims : Basic D ( Rp 85.250.000), A ( Rp 92.800.000), and Top of The Line T ( Rp 100.300.000). T is equipped with Electric power steering, 155/70 R13 steel wheel with cover, Central door lock, Keyless alarm, Immobilizer, Power window (front only). The Go+ uses the same platform with the Go. The Go+ also uses the same engine with the Go. The Go+ uses the 5+2 seat arrangement. The length of the Go+ is 3,995 mm (157.3 in) and its width is 1,635 mm (64.4 in). Its height is 1,485 mm (58.5 in) and its wheelbase is 2,450 mm (96.5 in).[5]

  • Nissan has launched Datsun Go+ MPV in the Indian car market in 2015. Available in four trim levels, the entry level variant of the compact MPV is priced at Rs. 3.79 lakh While the top-spec model is tagged at Rs. 4.61, ex-showroom New Delhi. The Datsun Go+ MPV is offered in petrol version only. Under the bonnet is a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol unit. This engine is capable of producing a maximum power output of 67 bhp at 5,000rpm and a peak torque of 104Nm at 4,000rpm. Power is transmitted to front wheels of the car via a five-speed manual transmission gearbox. The company claims that the engine returns an impressive ARAI certified fuel economy of 20.62 km/l.[10]
  • On the inside, the top of the line variant embraces power steering along with manual central locking, wheel covers, body colored bumpers, front power windows and HVAC system. Datsun claims the best in class fuel economy 20.6 km/l as well as the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) amongst its competitors for its new sub-compact MPV. [11]

    Technical Characters

    The Go + is powered by a 1.2-litre (1198 cc) straight-three engine which is also used in the Micra Active. This engine produces 68 hp (51 kW; 69 PS)[12] and 104 N·m (77 lbf·ft) of torque. The Go+ will sacrifice performance in order to further improve fuel consumption.

    Colours Available

  • Ruby
  • Gold
  • White
  • Silver
  • Grey
  • Sales

    Since it is launched in 2014, Datsun Go Panca Plus are sold almost 20,000 units in Indonesia, 70 percent of it came from Datsun Go Panca Plus which 5 (panca) seaters plus 2 seaters for children. The best sales among South Africa, India and Russia.

    Price Info in India

  • Datsun Go+ D - RS.378711
  • Datsun Go+ A - RS.398679
  • Datsun Go+ A EPS - RS.424638
  • Datsun Go+ T - RS.455589
  • Datsun Go+ T (O) - RS.475557
  • References

    Datsun Go Plus Wikipedia


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