Datsun is a brand in India that stands for cheap and economical cars that usually has targeted the mass market. As the brand never compromises the quality, this affordable price is never a problem regarding safety and comfort. This Datsun India has recently launched the redi-GO for the Indian market, which arrived with a price tag of Rs. 2,29,220 (INR). Now the recent update is the Go, Datsun’s first car for the Indian market, is likely to receive a 1.0-litre engine. This car right now coming with 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine, which produces 68 HP of power at 5000 RPM and 104 Nm of torque at 4000 RPM, which has a weight of 788 kgs. The engine that is said to replace this unit is the one that will be launched in the Renault Kwid this coming festive season.
The 1.0-litre mill will make 65 HP of power which indicates a drop in power will be just 2 to 3bhp for the Indian version. The makers have a plan, and this car may be sold in future in international markets like Brazil, Africa and the Middle East. The other features and the design of the Go will remain same like the body-coloured bumpers, Mobile Docking Station (MDS), Front power windows, USB charger, central locking and speed-sensitive wipers.
The best part of Datsun Go 1.0 litre will be the cut in price. It is one thing that is crucial when a company targets mass buyers. Here too this will help the car to remain in a good position in the competition. As the other features are remaining same and the quality is not being compromised, no doubt the act will help in an increasing in the sale. Acquiring the engine will not be a challenging work due to the Renault-Nissan alliance, but it has quite a different setup when compared to the Renault Kwid.