Datsun Hikes GO, GO+ Prices By 5 Percent

  • Oct 03, 2019

Nissan-owned Japanese automobile manufacturer Datsun has announced a five percent hike on the prices of GO and GO+. Before the hike, the GO compact hatchback was priced between ₹3.35 lakh and ₹5.2 lakh. The entry-level model of the car will now include a rise of around ₹16,000. The GO+, meanwhile, was pegged between ₹3.86 lakh and ₹5.94 lakh (ex-showroom). It will now be pricier by around ₹19,000.

The new prices of both cars have come into effect from October 1.

Nissan Motor India managing director, Rakesh Srivastava, said in a statement that the company has always focussed on safety and is committed to offer value-for-money and easily accessible products to customers. All its cars are powered by the latest Japanese technology. But due to an increase in multiple costs, Datsun has been compelled to raise the prices of the GO and GO+, he claimed.

Besides the already available features in the GO siblings, Datsun has now added a seatbelt reminder function in both cars. Industry reports suggest that the company is also preparing to launch the continuously variable transmission (CVT) models of GO and GO+ soon.

The T and T(O) models of the GO and GO+ now come with vehicle dynamic control (VDC), a first-in-segment feature.


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