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2018 Datsun GO, GO+ MPV Facelifts Launched With More Safety Features

2018 Datsun GO Hatchback

2018 Datsun GO and GO+ MPV launched with 28 new features; price starts at Rs 3.29 lakh.

Nissan’s low-cost brand, Datsun has finally launched the updated versions of the GO hatchback and GO+ MPV in India. While the facelifted GO hatchback is priced at Rs 3.29 lakh, the GO+ MPV is tagged at Rs 3.83 lakh. Both models have received subtle design changes along with a range of new comfort, convenience and safety features.

On the outside, the GO and GO+ facelifts come equipped with a revised styling package. Both the cars feature revised headlamps and bumpers along with newly developed vertically positioned daytime-running LEDs. The vehicles also get subtly revised front grille, which gives it a modern feel. The top-spec versions of the Datsun GO and GO+ MPVs come equipped with 14-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and rear wipers. Also See – All New Datsun GO LIVE Edition Unveiled In Production Form

Inside the cabin, the 2018 Datsun GO and GO+ MPV get major upgrades in the form of revised layout. The vehicle also gets revised dashboard with newly designed central vents and a new touchscreen infotainment system. It also gets revised instrument cluster that also has analogue tachometer. Moreover, the new dashboard comes with proper lids for the glovebox. Instead of bench seat for front, the new models get more conventional individual seats. Also See – Datsun Redi-GO Limited Edition Launched

The new Datsun GO and GO+ MPV come equipped with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Electrically adjustable wing mirrors and rear power windows have also been added to the new cars. A driver-side airbag and ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) comes as standard, while the top-spec model comes equipped with dual front airbags. Also See – New Datsun SUV Confirmed For India; To Be Priced Under 10 Lakhs

Both the models come equipped with existing 68bhp, 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine coupled to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The company could offer an AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) option in the future. The GO hatchback will rival the Tata Tiago, Maruti Suzuki Celerio and the newly-launched Hyundai Santro.

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