As we are already condole about the Datsun GO+ MPV of being a suitable car for the Indian roads – great car for family trips with enormous luggage. Now, listed here are certain reasons to know the GO+ MPV in brief detail, and also rip off the reason does this have a future in India which bound to be a game changer. Scroll down for further details…
The engine of GO+ is as same as the GO hatchback, like the platform, except for some minute technical changes, and revs easily towards the redline for producing the maximum power of 68PS peaking through 105Nm of power.
Flexibility Of Space
The space inside GO+ is actually for five passengers and not placed as a fully-fledged seven-seater as it is being claimed of. Those two additional seats at rear are meant for children only and with the third row up a paltry 48-litre boot space is available. But when 3rd row folded the boot space spawns up to 347-litres. Still not satisfied – fold down the second row and get a full flat floor enough to store the maximum luggage as possible.
Overall, the cosmetic appeal of GO+ is soothing to the eyeballs rather than a soaring treat. Designers worked immaculately to make the vehicle as a complete new car rather than the stretched version of hatchback.
However, a plusher interior experience cannot be expected looking down to the segment it is being catered to. AUX cable and charging slot makes up for the lost of attention due to plane plastic appeal and lackluster feel to them.
Practical Storing Space In Cabin
The cabin is loaded with enough of bottle holders and door map pockets. The electronic power steering aides in tweezing through corners easily without much effort and that gearbox makes the drive more relaxing.
The expected price of Rs 4.5-5.5 lakh ex-showroom is decent to cater the first time buyers – thanks to 3,995mm length making it liable to score tax benefits in India for the cars under 4-metre. One can also upgrade to some additional accessories if willing to shell out more bucks from the pocket.