India has launched the BS6 compliant of its all-new GO and GO+. These cars come
with an option of a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The new Datsun GO
is a five-seater and is available for a starting price of Rs 3,99,000 for
manual variant and Rs 6,25,000 for CVT; while the seven-seater Datsun GO+ is
priced upward of Rs 4,19,990 for manual and Rs 6,69,990 for CVT.
The new Datsun GO and GO+ have a 1.2-litre petrol engine and offer a maximum power of 77PS/104Nm with 5-speed manual and CVT transmission.
With the new GO and GO+, Datsun India is also offering easy financial schemes, with flexibility to choose your start of EMIs with the launch of “Buy Now and PAY IN 2021”. Some of the other schemes include100% finance option, Low EMI Benefit and EMI Assurance benefit.
Sleek and bold to look at, both models are fitted with diamond-cut R14 alloy wheels; stylish LED DRLs (daytime running lamps); and have a ground clearance of 180 mm. Furnished with anti-fatigue seats on the inside, the Datsun GO and GO+ CVT offer several advantages over AMT transmission models – smooth shift of gear; superior hill-driving experience and control; low engine noise; and no lags while accelerating.
Both cars are equipped with safety features such as vehicle dynamic control, dual front airbags, ABS, EBD, brake assist, and reverse parking assist. They also have a 7” smart touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. The new Datsun GO and GO+ are also available in “sports mode”.
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