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Datsun Go Plus
₹ 3,79,000 - 4,76,000

CarHunt Ratings  5.9/10

Pros
  • Fuel efficient engine
  • Respectable ride
  • Affordability
Cons
  • Cramped 3rd row
  • Interior look and feel
  • Lacks safety kit

Go Plus

Wrapup

 Very affordable MUV with lots of space though 3rd row is not for adults. Engine, ride and handling are really notable and is simple keeping maintenance low. Interiors give a bit cheap feel but buy if space is your need.  

CarHunt Ratings

Overall  5.9/10

  • Ride Handing

    Ride & Handing

    6

  • Ride Handing

    Fuel Efficiency

    6

  • Ride Handing

    Engine & Gearbox

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Asking Price

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Comfort

    5

  • Ride Handing

    Resale Value

    4

  • Ride Handing

    Safety

    4

  • Ride Handing

    Maintenance

    7

  • Ride Handing

    Ergonomics

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Looks

    6.5

Highlights

Price Range
  • Base (P)

     3,79,000

  • Top (P)

     4,76,000

  • Base (D)

    N/A

  • Top (D)

    N/A

Variants
  • Petrol

    4

  • Diesel

    0

  • CNG/LPG

    0

  • Total

    4

Fuel Efficiency
  • Petrol MT

    20.63 kmpl 

  • Diesel MT

    NA 

  • Petrol AT

    NA 

  • Diesel AT

    NA 

Car Life Cycle
  • Launch Year

    2015

  • 1st Gen

    2015

  • Current Gen

    1st

  • Last Updated

    NA

  • Next Gen

    NA

Variant(s) to go for
Warranty
  • 2 years

  • Unlimited kms

The X Factor

Review in progress!

Bizarre

Review in progress!

Background

Review in progress!

On The Road Prices

Quick Review

After foraying into the Indian market with a compact entry level hatchback GO, Nissan’s affordable arm Datsun in India added another affordable and a unique category to their arsenal with Go+ in 2015. It is a one of a kind sub four metre compact MPV which packs a 5 + 2 seating arrangement. The looks however, are identical to its smaller hatchback sibling while the only difference is the extended C pillar to create extra room. On the front, its curved slant creases on the bonnet runs quite wide and merges well into a distinct D shape meshed front grille which houses the Datsun logo at the centre and is enveloped by a chunky chrome line that creates an upmarket appeal. Fog lamps are a miss here, and what you get are faux air dams instead along with an extended front spoiler to generate a sporty stance. The long sweptback headlamps adds onto the overall width of this compact MPV making its facade quite decent to look at. From the side is where one can easily differentiate this compact MPV from its hatchback sibling with its extended rear quarter panel and a long shoulder line running from the back onto the C pillar till the rear door. On the downside, the extended rear body doesn’t really fit in perfectly especially when you notice the rear window pane onto the side which hangs like an aftermarket body attached onto the hatchback. That said and done, some fine lines on the wheel arches and on the lower body shows Datsun’s effort to highlight its design. The rear almost remains the same as Go as well. However, the only difference that one would notice, when observed closely, is the slightly upright stance of the rear windscreen which help is better rear visibility along with the placement of the number plate onto the tail gate itself which makes its rear bumper look quite wide and simple. Its GO borrowed rectangular sweptback tail lights are pleasing to the eye. Whereas, the rear loading lip remains quite high which might be a problem for loading and unloading luggage.

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