Datsun Go Plus is the first MPV Multi-Purpose Vehicle from Datsun India, which is a subsidiary of the Japanese company, Nissan, and it looks elegant and at the same time, is not heavy on the pocket of the money-conscious Indian customer. Also check Ford cars Price List in India, Reviews, Model, Images
It is priced at a very reasonable Rs. 3.86-4.84 lakhs.
The Go Plus is sold in 5 petrol variants, with the mileage being a decent 20.6 km/l, from its 5-speed manual transmission system. It is powered by a 1.2 liter petrol engine, which is already being used in the Go hatchback. It can produce power of 67 bhp and torque of 104 Nm and the car reaches the 100 km/h milestone in mere 15 seconds. The front wheels are fitted with ventilated disc brakes and the rear wheels have drum brakes attached to them. The suspension of the Go Plus is very firm, helping the car maintain its agility, during rides over rough terrain. The front axle is attached to a McPherson Strut type of system along with double pivot lower arm, which helps in super stability. The fuel-tank of the Go Plus has an impressive capacity of 35 liters.
The car is big-sized, like any other MPV, and there is enough space for the comfortable seating of 7 people, and the boot space, when all seats are occupied is 48 liters, which can increase to a whopping 347 liters, if the third row seats are folded. It is probably not an exaggeration to say that the cabin style and comfort, well-within the range of an average Indian, is what sets the Go Plus apart from the other MPVs. The seats are covered with fine fabric. The front seats are designed such that there is a chance for a third passenger to be seated there, as the gearbox console, is placed on the dashboard, leaving ample legroom for the passengers and the middle row seats have a tumble-down facility, for easy access to the third row seats. The regular comfort enhancers, like speed-sensitive electric steering, remote fuel lid and tailgate opener, gearshift indicator and guide, trip meter, tachometer, speedometer, low fuel warning light, distance to empty indicator, electronic fuel gauge, interior cabin light, door armrest, spinal support for seats, dual sun visors, drink holders, power windows, sliding and reclining seats, are all included in this low-cost MPV.
Like the interiors, the body of this car is also equally enticing, with the hexagonal shaped radiator grille, which has thick chrome surround, adding to the allure. The neatly engraved fenders and expressive lines on the sides, make it smart and the tail-light group is bright. The Go Plus is definitely falls in the category of ‘cheap and best’ car.