The small and affordable cars
from Datsun are beginning to get popular in India and leading this race is the
recently launched redi-GO. In fact, Datsun was the fastest growing car brand in
India in June, recording sales growth of 188 percent compared to the same
period last year. A total of 4,297 new cars from the Japanese brand drove onto
Indian roads for the first time during the month. Strong demand for the all-new
Datsun redi-GO was the reason for the success.
“This unprecedented growth of
the Datsun brand is due to the phenomenal response Datsun redi-GO is getting
from people across the country,” said Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan
Motor India Pvt. Ltd. “In just 23 days since its launch, close to 3000 units of
redi-GO have been sold. These are exciting times for Datsun and we look forward
to delivering more cars to our customers”, he added.
India’s first urban-cross, the
Datsun redi-GO has made a splash in the entry-level car segment with its unique
styling, outstanding performance, comprehensive safety package & low cost
of ownership. Ground clearance and
roominess for the redi-GO is the best in its segment. The Datsun redi-GO comes
with 2 year/unlimited kilometres standard warranty. It also comes with another
exciting segment-first - an optional warranty for 2 or 3 years/unlimited
kilometres with free roadside assistance. This gives redi-GO owners the option
of up to 5 years/unlimited kilometres warranty coverage.
Datsun redi-GO is available at
274 Nissan and Datsun sales & service touchpoints across India at an
attractive launch price of Rs. 2.39 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
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