Datsun has announced the start of pre-booking of its Datsun
GO+ Compact Family Wagon in India. The GO+ was previewed at the last Delhi Auto
Expo and will be available for pre-booking between January 3 and 14, 2015.
Motown India has reviewed the car on its website www.motownindia.com
The link for the review report is: http://www.motownindia.com/Bureau/Car-Reviews/53/Datsun-Go----Fun-on-the-Go-PTharyan#.VKkCq9KUfRM
Prospective customers can now pre-book their Datsun GO+ with
a fully refundable amount of Rs 11,000 at any Nissan dealership across India.
First few customers will also receive a free “Welcome Pack”.
The new Datsun GO+ is India’s first sub-4 meter compact MPV
which offers more style, more power, more space, more practicality and
versatility, making it a smart buy. The new Datsun GO+ is a clean sheet design
that not only sets new standards, but also creates its own market segment
–compact MPV. The '+' in the name Datsun GO + is reflective of the extra space
in the third row for either passengers or luggage.
Guillaume Sicard, President – Nissan India Operations, said,
"We are happy to offer our latest product Datsun GO+, a segment-creating
Compact MPV to customers in India. The Datsun GO+ is our second product in the
market after the Datsun GO and reiterates our commitment to India.”
“The Datsun brand stands for affordable mobility and the
Datsun GO+ is a product for those families who prefer a bigger vehicle for both
in-city and long distance travel for work as well as leisure. We opened
pre-bookings today for customers who would like to be the early ones to own the
new Datsun", he added.
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