Price has been increased by 5 percent.
Recently added Vehicle Dynamic Control to top-spec variants.
CVT variants of Go and Go+ to be launched soon.
Datsun has hiked prices for the Go twins, the Go and Go+. The price increase is five percent. The company has cited increasing input costs as the reason for the price hike. For the Go T variant, which costs Rs 4.68 lakh ex-showroom, the price hike works out roughly to Rs 24,000. The Go+ T costs Rs 5.53 lakh ex-showroom, which means the price hike works out to roughly Rs 28,000 (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Go and Go+ recently received an update in which Vehicle Dynamic Control was made available in the top-spec T and T(O) trim levels. The upcoming automatic CVT transmission is expected to be limited to these trim levels as well at launch, and the Go automatic variants are expected to launch in time for the festive season. Bookings for them have already been opened, for a booking amount of Rs 11,000.
The Go twins have been roughly based on the Nissan Micra but tweaked to meet developing market requirements. They are powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine that generates 72bhp and 104Nm. The top-spec trims offer a features list that includes LED DRLs, 14-inch wheels, a 7-inch touchscreen audio system that has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth and USB connectivity. For safety, they offer dual front airbags, ABS and EBD, central locking. There are also features like rear crash protection and pedestrian protection regulations, and the Vehicle Dynamic Control mentioned before.