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Datsun GO

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Performance
Engine 1198 cc
Mileage 20.63 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System No
Driver Airbag No
 
Engine
Turbo Charger No
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux No
Integrated 2DIN Audio No
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 6,358.00 /mo.
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Recent Updates of Datsun GO

Nissan will launch a small car under the Datsun brand in India in 2014. The name Datsun was created in 1931, however Nissan phased out the Datsun brand in March 1986. On March 20th 2012 Nissan announced a plan to revive Datsun as a low-cost marque, 31 years after removing it from its line-up. Datsun models will be sold in Indonesia, Russia and India from 2014.

Price List of Datsun GO

Variant Price Specifications  
D Rs 3.29 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol
A Rs 3.53 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol
A EPS Rs 3.84 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol
T Rs 4.04 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol
Anniversary Edition Rs 4.20 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol
T Option Rs 4.24 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1198 cc, 67.06 bhp, 20.63 kmpl, Petrol

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Colors of Datsun GO

  • Blue

  • Gray

  • Ruby

  • Silver

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  • White

Datsun GO Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage of Datsun GO Petrol Variant is 20.63 kmpl

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol 17 kmpl 20.63 kmpl

Review of Datsun GO

Overview

Datsun, the low cost brand of Nissan, is making a re-entry into the Indian car market after decades. Their first product for the country is the low cost hatchback, the Go. The company claims they have invested years into making this car, which is the perfect Indian family car at a price point. The Go, to be made in the sane Nissan factory in Chennai, will be sold through existing Nissan dealers as well. 

The Go competes in the Rs 3-4 lac hatchback segment and comes across as a car with fresh design ideas. It is not striking or funky in any way but yet looks smart and young in the company of cars like the Santro, WagonR and the Alto range. The Go is a substantially big hatchback too and has good road presence - for example the huge grille up front and the distinctive Datsun logo at both the ends. The car is long though not very tall and 13-inch wheels do look small as compared to the body. Datsun is playing safe and will offer only 4 color models to choose from. 

On the inside, the Go is one of the more spacious cars in the segment. To start with, Datsun has done away with 2 bucket type seats up front and offered what seems more like a one piece bench arrangement. For this, the gear lever and hand brake lever had to be re-positioned - it does make sense as the Go feels really spacious up front and further, a couple can even snug in close and sit in a cosy manner! That said, features are missing - we did expect a day-night internal mirror, internal adustable outside mirrors, cup-holders, vanity mirror etc. Overall fit and finish however is on par with the rivals. At the back, things are again basic with no power windows, no rear speakers, no cup / bottle holders or even a parcel tray. The boot is massive and completely outshines the rivals in this regard.


One of the biggest USP of the Go is the engine - Datsun hasnt cut corners here and it comes with the same 1.2-litre engine as seen in the Nissan Micra and the Renault Pulse. Power is down from 76PS to 68PS (same as low cost Micra Active) though torque remains same at a very healthy 104Nm. This 3-cylinder motor has further been tweaked for better economy which now stands at a rated 20.6kmpl. There is no automatic option on offer and the 5-speed gearbox feel spot on for this engine. To cut costs, NVH levels have been sacrificed and the car does get very vocal when pushed hard. 

On the ride and handling front, the Go plays very safe. Big windows add to the airy feel and also aid in visibility  - its a fuss free car to drive in town and on the highway and the suspension does its job pretty well, better than most of the rivals in the segment. Steering isnt very light but on the good side, has enough feedback at high speeds. Talking of highways, push the car hard and it will easily do serious triple digit speeds, thanks to a bigger heart under the hood. 
 

The Go packs a lot of punch. However, its a low cost car and this is evident - a single reverse light, omission of features, no safety options et al. However, Datsun has done its homework and knows the Indian consumer very well. Pricing is always the key to success and we expect the base "D" version, without air-con and power-steering to start at Rs 2.99 lac, extending to Rs 3.5 for the top of the line "T" version. 

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