Datsun Go & Go+ Remix Limited Hatchback Editions launched in India; Check Price & Features

Datsun Go & Go+ Remix limited hatchback Editions launched in India; Check Price, Interior & Features: – Well, Datsun has launched its limited-run models in the market and it is Remix Edition for the market. As per the reports, Go hatchback and Go+ MPV launched in the market with the price of Rs 4.21 lakh and Rs 4.99 lakh respectively. Also, these both models feature exterior and the interior cosmetic changes in a bid to push sales of the rather slow-selling cars. Overall, people are looking quite excited about it.



Reports are coming that the booking has started for the special edition Go and Go+ which are Rs. 9,000 and Rs 6,000 more than their respective high-spec T variants. You all are going to love these both handsets because of the great features and specs. The Remix Edition models get various new finishes, like a black and orange dual-tone combo and a monotone Storm White for the hatchback and white, black and orange and a dual-tone silver for the MPV. Honda Civic 2018 Features

Datsun Go & Go+ Remix limited Features

Also, except talking about the colors these special-edition models also get a new rear spoiler, black wheel covers, a black grille, chrome-finished exhaust tips and chrome bezels on the bumper. Also, the interiors of the limited-run models feature a cabin in piano black and new seat covers. Even, the equipment levels are the same as the T variant with remote keyless entry and Bluetooth compatibility for the audio system offered as standard. 2018 Toyota Yaris Features


Datsun Go+ Remix Overview

Some other features are also included such as -an electric power steering, a manual AC, front power windows, auxiliary-in, and USB ports, and central locking continue to be available. Even, both models are unchanged from their standard brethren and sport the same 68hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission.


Also, the reports are coming that there is no word on a launch date or pricing but the crossover is expected to rival the likes of the Maruti CelerioX and Mahindra KUV100 NXT and compact SUVs.