Will Datsun GO+ be the most affordable MPV?: an answer from Autoportal.com


Nissan, the Japanese manufacturers, had brought out their hatchback, GO, sometime back. However the lukewarm response from the auto enthusiasts in India, made them re-vamp the car to suit Indian customer’s needs and then was born the MPV- Datsun GO+.It definitely is the most affordable MPV, presently, giving competition to the likes of Mobilio, Ertiga and the like.Also check Mahindra KUV100 Price in India 2016, Images, Mileage, Features, Specifications, Colors, Reviews, Interiors, and Variants


This MPV is priced perfectly for the pocket conscious Indians, between 3.86-4.84 lakhs.



It is sold in 5 petrol variants, giving out a decent mileage of 20.6 km/l, from its engine which has a displacement of 1198 cc. The GO+ runs on a 5-speed manual transmission, 1.2 liter, 3 cylinder motor, capable of producing power and torque of 67 bhp and 104 Nm, respectively. Considering that it is a big sized car, the acceleration capability of the GO+ is also good, with it racing from 0 to 100 km/h in under 15 seconds. This car is easy to handle and drive on city roads and highways, with ventilated disc brakes for the front and drum brakes for the rear, being incorporated into the vehicle, and the stability of the GO+ is also amazing ,with the 155/70 R13 Strada wheels, that have been fitted onto it. The turning radius of this car is an excellent 4.6 meter, which is ideal for travelling on congested roads.


It is probably the interiors of this car that attracts most people. There are 3 rows of seats, with ample leg, head and shoulder room andin case the third row seats are unused, there is an option of folding it, which results in immense boot space. The gearbox is fixed to the dashboard, which helps in increasing the legroom for the passenger in the front. Several eye-catching features like smart wipers, mobile docking station, all 4 power windows, stereo with USB input, remote controlled opening and closing of fuel tank lid and tail gate, digital tachometer and trip meter, are all incorporated into the cabin of this car. The color combinations used for the upholstery and the dashboard are pleasing to the eye.


The GO+ looks like a stretched out version of the GO. GO+ measures 3955 mm in length, 1635 mm in width, which is the reason for the comfortable seating. The height of this car is a great 1485 mm, accounting for the lavish head and shoulder room. The wheel base is a long 2450 mm and ground clearance is 170 mm. The body colored bumper in the front and back, adds dignity to the vehicle, apart from the hexagonal, almost trapezoidal grille beneath the muscular bonnet. The tail lamp cluster is the same as the tail lamp of the hatchback.

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