Datsun GO And GO+ CVT To Be Unveiled Next Week, Launch In October

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Japanese automobile manufacturer, Datsun, is all set to unveil the CVT variants of the GO and GO+ in the last week of September, while the launch is scheduled to take place in the first week of October. Both, the GO and GO+ will be the first cars in Datsun’s India lineup to get the CVT gearbox, as the Redi-GO gets the AMT version. Recently, the GO and GO+ also received a slight price hike. The decision to increase the price was taken after Datsun had to face a considerable rise in production costs, as well as several other economic factors. Earlier, the prices for the Datsun Go and Go+ started from INR 3.29 Lakh and INR 3.83 lakh, which have now gone up to INR 3.32 Lakh and INR 3.86 lakh respectively.

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2019 Datsun GO with VDC

Currently, the top variants of the New Datsun GO and GO+ are available with a new music system, a seven-inch display, smartphone connectivity via Apple Car Play and Android Auto, voice recognition and standard in-car music features. Recently, both these cars were also updated with some important safety features such as VDC (Vehicle Dynamic Control ) system to monitor wheel speed, steering wheel position and lateral acceleration via onboard sensors to provide electronic stability control. Besides these new segment-first features, the New-generation Datsun GO and GO+ also come fitted with ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution), BA (Brake Assist) and TCS (Traction control system).

Introducing New Datsun GO+ with Vehicle Dynamic Control technology

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Even though the Datsun GO and Datsun GO+ both share a similar platform and many more major components along with the engine, the cars differ in terms of dimensions, as the GO is a simple 5-seater hatchback, while the GO+ is a 7-seater MUV. Both the cars are powered by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder engine that produces 68 PS of power and 104 Nm of peak torque. These engines are then paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and will be getting the CVT option by next month. To know more about the latest-generation GO hatchback, you may watch our in-depth review at the link below. 

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