Nissan's low-cost brand Datsun is all geared up to launch its second offering Go+ MPV in India and ahead of its launch in the country, the company has started accepting the booking for its new model.
Dastun Go+ is scheduled to make its India debut on 15 January. The model can be pre-booked between 3 to 14 January 2015 at any Nissan dealerships in the country with a token amount of ₹11,000.
"Prospective customers can now pre-book their Datsun GO+ with a fully refundable amount of Rs 11,000 at any Nissan dealership across India," PTI quoted an insider as saying.
Datsun Go+, the "compact family wagon" measures 3,995mm in length, 1,635mm in width and 1,490mm in height. It comes seated on a wheel base of 2,450mm and gets the power from 1.2-litre engine coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox.
Based on the company's small car Go, the soon-to-be-launched MPV shares lots of similarities with the Go hatchback.
As for the features, Go+ is expected to get follow-me-home headlamps, spinal support seats; tear-drop-wipe function for the wipers. And auto enthusiasts will be surprised to hear that, Datsun Go+ MPV also misses out on some of the basic safety features like airbags and ABS.
When launched, Go+ will be pitched against Maruti Ertiga, Chevrolet Enjoy, Nissan Evalia and Honda Mobilio in India. Going by the words around the internet, Go+ is likely to get a price tag in the range of ₹4.5-₹6.5 lakh.
In Indonesia, Go+ is priced at Rp85 million (₹4.42 lakh) for base variant and Rp102.9 million (₹5.36 lakh) for the top-end model.