We have driven the GO+ compact MPV from Datsun and while you can read our review elsewhere here are images of the exterior and interior of this MPV. The GO+ when launched will be the cheapest MPV that you can buy and is actually the first compact MPV!
From the front it looks the same as the hatch but then that is not surprising as the GO+ in essence is the GO hatch with more space. 170mm ground clearance is good. The GO+ has follow me home headlamps.
From the side is where the changes are evident and here the 3,995 mm length does not spoil the clean and simple design of the GO and actually looks quite pleasant. The 13 inch wheels look too small though.
The rear-end gets some styling tweaks and here the MPV body has been well executed.
The GO+ gets the same 1.2L, 3-cylinder petrol engine of the hatch with 67 bhp and 104Nm of torque. With the added weight Datsun has tweaked the engine and as a result it feels responsive from the word GO!
With only a small increase in weight the GO+ has an efficiency figure of 20.62 kmpl which is quite good.
While the GO+ has the same wheelbase of 2450mm as the hatch, inside there is more sense of space. The talking point here is the third row seats which you have to access via flipping down the second row. It is understandably tight and best suited for children only.
With all three rows in place the boot space is only 48 litres However with the last row folded it becomes 347 litres.
Dash is carried over from the hatch and it has features like mobile docking station, gearshift guide, remote tailgate opener, speed sensitive electric power steering, accessory socket.
There are four variants- D, D1, A and T and without doubt the main USP would be the price which would be a slight increase over the GO hatch.