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Datsun GO

3.33 – 4.23 Lakh* *Ex-Showroom Price in New Delhi
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Datsun GO Key Features

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  • Superb pricing
  • Spacious cabin
  • Best-in-class boot space


  • Lack of basic safety features
  • After-sale service can be an issue
  • Lack of brand awareness

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1198 cc
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1198 cc
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1198 cc
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1198 cc
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Datsun GO Reviews (122)

Good looking hatchback

Overall rating: 3.75 Reviewed By: Ankit Jain on 10 June 2015
I am a college student and was waiting for a long time to own my own car and finally last year I after taking a generous loan from my father and adding my own substantial savings, I got enough money to buy the new Dastun GO hatchback as my first car. The things that I like about this car are numerous....  Read More »

I have Go plus

Overall rating: 2.5 Reviewed By: Sachin Pandam on 30 May 2017
Service is bad,  Read More »

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Datsun GO Overview

The Japanese car manufacturer, Nissan brought in the Datsun Go hatchback in March 2014 in India. 'Datsun' is basically Nissan's low cost car brand that is targeting the mass segments. The Go is the Datsun's first product after its revival. This new budget hatchback, interestingly, made its global debut in July 2013 in India and positioned below Nissan's Micra Active to rival against the likes of Hyundai Eon and Maruti Alto K10 in the Indian market.
Datsun GO has been the most affordable car inside Nissan Outlets in India. The company is targeting the first-time buyers residing in small towns and rural areas with this new hatchback and investing heavily to develop its sales and service network in tier-2 and tier-3 cities in the country. The ‘Datsun Go Roadshow’ that started on 14th December, 2013 in Mumbai, has helped the company to get an idea of response and feedback from the prospective buyers across the nation. With bold design, spacious interior and competitive pricing, the Datsun Go will definitely help the company do well in the most successful automobile segment in India. Based on the Micra platform, the Datsun Go share great resemblance with it. Despite the compact body construction, the hatchback is quite spacious from inside. Carrying dynamic dimensions, the Go looks quite impressive against its competitors in the Indian market. It measures around 3785mm (length), 1635mm (width) and height 1485mm with 2450mm of wheelbase. The car is spacious enough to accommodate five passengers without any squeezing effect. In terms of space, comfort and features, the Datsun have more to offer to its buyers compared to other cars in its segment. The dashboard mounted hand brake lever and gear shifter save cabin space. The mobile docking point, various storage space areas and plenty of purposeful features add more to its richness. The folding rear seat allows extending the cargo area. However, the front windscreen single wiper, Evalia-style opening of storage area on glove box and front seats with integrated head rests emerge as cost cutting measures. The Datsun Go is powered by a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine, which does duty to the Micra. The engine produces 68 PS of power and 104 Nm of torque with an impressive mileage figure of 20.6 km/l (ARAI certified). This powertrain is mated to a five-speed manual transmission option. Nissan has been developing the Datsun as affordable brand in India along with several other developing nations such as South Africa, Indonesia, Russia and Thailand. The Datsun product range shares their own space in Nissan showrooms with individual sales team managing the brand’s operations. As a crucial business strategy, the company assembles the GO at its Chennai Plant which has directly aid the automaker to price the model aggressively in the market.

Datsun GO Exterior

One glance at the Datsun Go and you will know that its a fairly large hatchback. However, for the price it commands, the hatchback looks quite snazzy. At the front there is hexagonal honeycomb grille with chrome surround, unpainted mirrors, lift type door handles and a single wiper - like the one seen on the Toyota Etios. The angular styling cues are seen in the headlamps and the air-dams as well. The Dastun Go entry level hatch is roughly based on the Nissan Mirca platform and when seen from the front three-quarter, the resemblance between the two hatches is evident.
On the side profile, the Datsun Go features four prominent creases. The shoulder line originates from the headlamps. A buttress flows over the rear door handle and cuts into the taillights. A crease runs from the front wheel arch into the tailgate. A crease at the lower part of the bodywork runs along the length of the doors and disappears into the rear wheel arch. At the rear, there are even more bodywork creases, especially in the space between the tail-lamps. The taillights are squarish and the wrap around effect looks pleasant. The loading lip for the boot-lid is placed high and therefore, is easily accessible. The Go hatch rides on 13-inch steel wheels with 155/70 section tyres, which look a tad small on the bulky car.

Datsun GO Interior

Just like the exteriors, the interiors of the Datsun Go continues to impress. The quality of plastics and the fit and finish is top-notch, which is a rarity in this particular entry-level segment. However, it is the car’s quirky design and layout of the cabin that really sets apart the Datsun Go from its rivals. The highlight of the cabin is of course, the front bench. It features two bucket seats with slim backrests and integrated head rests, but between the passenger seat and the driver seat there is an additional cushioning. With only two seat belts provided, Nissan insists that this extension is strictly for knick-knacks and to store other items.
The centre console features the distinct umbrella-type handbrake, mobile holder, a digital tachometer, a trip meter and an electronic fuel gauge that shows distance to empty, average and instantaneous fuel economy and low fuel warning. The mobile docking station gets an Aux-in, a USB port and an accessory socket, which is also a first in the segment. There is a depression on the top left of the dashboard, making it clear that a passenger airbag is not on offer. There are some bits that have been derived from the Micra, such as the AC vents, door handles and the instrument cluster. There is a passenger side storage tray, while the driver side gets a storage tray and also a coin holder. When it comes to comfortable seating, the Datsun Go has a clear upper hand over its competition, thanks to its large demeanor. While, only the two front doors gets power windows, every other doors gets its individual controls to operate the windows. The outside ORVMs are old-school and needs manual adjustment.

Datsun GO Engine & Transmission

Powering the Datsun Go is the same 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine from the Nissan Micra. The state of tune however, is different. Tuned for better fuel efficiency, the Datsun Go’s engine is able to produce 68PS of power and 104Nm of peak torque. The 0 to 100 kmph mark is achieved in 13.3 seconds, which is quite quick for a car slotted in the entry-level segment. At the same time, the engine is also quite torquey for a petrol engine and makes for a good mid-range grunt, which not aids in urban commuting, but also contributes towards better fuel economy. The cabin is well insulated and the typical burble of a 3-cylinder motor isn’t evident to the occupants. The vibrations are minimal too. The engine comes mated to a 5-Speed manual transmission, which drives the front wheels.

Datsun GO Mileage

The Datsun Go’s 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder engine that comes from the Nissan Micra, has been heavily tuned for better fuel efficiency. The Go’s engine that is rated at 68PS and 104Nm claims a fuel economy of 20.63 kmpl (ARAI tested), which is exactly similar to the Hyundai i10’s claim. The fuel tank capacity is 35 litres. Furthermore, the engine is also quite torquey for a petrol engine and makes for a good mid-range grunt, which not only aids in urban commuting, but also contributes towards better fuel economy.

Datsun GO Braking and Safety

The downside for the Datsun GO is lack of enough safety features. Unlike the Alto 800, the GO doesn’t get airbags on any of its variants. While it runs disc brakes up front, it doesn’t get anti-lock brakes. Wheel lock-ups are therefore, evident under hard braking. The car tends to change direction slightly in such circumstances, but the Go does not feel violent under hard braking. Ride quality is quite impressive and the hatch feels quite stable even at highway speeds. On undulated road surfaces however, the suspension feels a tad bouncy. In terms of safety features the Datsun Go gets seat belts in the front and the rear, engine immobiliser, manual central locking and child-lock. It however, doesn’t get ABS and airbags as standard.

Datsun GO Performance and Handling

The Datsun GO features a speed-sensitive electronic power steering system, which is well weighed. It isn’t as light as a Hyundai, but is convenient for both – city as well as highway duties. The gearbox has precise throws but feels a tad notchy. The Datsun Go rides on 13-inch tubeless tyres and uses Macpherson struts for the front suspension and an H-Type torsion beam for the rear. A ventilated disc at the front and drum brake at the rear handle retardation duties. The ground clearance of the Go hatch is 170mm and the turning radius is 4.6m, making the car easily maneuverable.

What do we think about Datsun GO?

In mid-2012, Nissan resurrected the Datsun brand after nearly being dead for 30 years. The Datsun Go hatchback then, carries the onus of being Datsun’s comeback vehicle with a new purpose - to cater to the needs of the first time vehicle buyer. Nissan plans to position the Datsun brand vehicles in the entry and affordable segment to be volume players. And in its endeavor, the Dastun Go has an uphill task of battling segment leaders, the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 and the Hyundai Eon in the Indian market.
The Go has a stylish exterior and easily has one of the most appealing designs in the entry level hatchback segment. The front fascia gets a large hexagonal grille with honeycomb design and has chrome on the outer layer. An angular design has been used for the headlights and the air intakes as well. The side profile gets a sharp shoulder line and a slight hump, which originates around the rear door handles and disappears in to the tail lights. The 13-inch wheels look tiny and tend to give the wheel arches a bigger presence. The rear end of the Go looks sleek and features square wrap around tail lights. A low loading lip allows for easier ingress of the luggage. The interior has good amount of room considering the size of the vehicle. The layout of the dashboard is unconventional with the gear lever mounted on the centre console and the handbrake being the umbrella type. The instrument cluster consists of a trip meter, digital tachometer, digital fuel gauge as well as distance to empty, instantaneous fuel / average fuel economy and low fuel warning indicator. Features include power steering, power windows, AC with heater, audio system with amplifier; two speakers and segment first follow-me-home headlamps. Safety is provided by seat-belts at the front and rear, child lock, manual central locking and engine immobilizer. ABS and airbags are not available on any variant at the moment, even as an option. The Go is powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder engine, which produces 68PS and 104Nm of torque and has been tuned for better fuel efficiency with the company claiming consumption figures of 20.63 kmpl. The transmission is a five-speed manual and takes a claimed 13.3 seconds for the 0-100 kmph sprint. The Go comes with two years unlimited mileage warranty and free roadside assistance, extended warranty is also available. Datsun’s offering can be bought at all the 125 Nissan dealers across the country. Overall, the Go is a well sorted out package, scores top marks when it comes to large boot space and comfortable cabin. The engine has been well tuned for performance as well as for better fuel efficiency and the hatchback has been equipped with most of the features, which the customer in this segment hopes to find - making the Datsun Go a potent offering in the entry-level hatchback segment. With prices starting at Rs. 3.12 lakh for the D model, going upto Rs. 3.69 for the top T model, the Go certainly seems set to win many favours in this market.

Datsun GO Competitors

Slotted in the entry-level segment, the Dasun Go will go head to head with the market leader, Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 and the highly feature-rich Hyundai Eon. The Datsun GO is the most modern looking of the three cars simply because it is the newest of the three. While the Alto K10 appears to be a scaled up version of the smaller and now discontinued Alto compact hatchback, the Hyundai Eon represents the Korean company’s Fluidic design philosophy, which has been brought from a bigger to a smaller scale.
All three cars share a similar layout when it comes to the interiors - courtesy of the positioning of the AC controls and vents, music system, gauges, three spoke steering wheel and buttons. However, the Go clearly stands apart because of its peculiar front bench - that features an additional cushioning between the passenger and the driver seat. The Go also gets a dash mounted gearbox and an old style twist and lock handbrake. On the feature list the GO gets air conditioning and a 1-DIN music system with two speakers. There is also a USB port but strictly to be used as a mobile charging point only. The Alto K10 is sold without a music system, while the Eon is the most feature rich of the three with a 2-DIN system that has USB, AUX, iPod compatibility along with a CD player. All the three have central locking but only the EON is offered with remote central locking as well as a digital clock. Overall, the Datsun Go has an uphill task in the entry-level segment that is currently ruled by well established and strong players. While, the Datsun Go loses out to the Eon and the Alto K10 in terms of features and safety tech, the newest entrant is able to cover it up with its large and spacious cabin and the impressive power output numbers of its petrol engine. And this should work in the it’s favor and help the hatchback in establishing a foothold in the Indian market.

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