Japanese car maker Datsun will launch their second vehicle in India, an MPV called the Go+, in India tomorrow. We have already done a full blown test drive of this vehicle and you can click the link at the bottom of this article to read it.
The Go+ is basically a stretched version of the Go hatchback. This vehicle is a little over 200mm longer than the hatchback and carries an extra row of seats at the back. If the seats are up, the boot space is only 48 litres but, folding them flat can release an additional 299 litres, bringing the total up to 347 litres.
While this car does not have a conventional audio system, it has the provision to play the music in your phone using an aux-in port. Other features include power windows at the front, follow-me-home headlights, a 12 volt power outlet, an air conditioner, an engine immobiliser, speed sensitive electronic power steering and more.
In the instrument binnacle, there is a multi information display which the driver can glance at to see the average and instantaneous fuel consumption, distance travelled, fuel level, the distance to empty and so on. The Datsun Go+ is powered by a 1.2 litre, 3 cylinder petrol engine that puts out 67 bhp. Transmission is done by a 5 speed manual gearbox. We will update the price and other details tomorrow once this MPV is launched, so stay tuned.