Datsun redi-Go not a concept anymore, production version revealed

first_imgDatsun has revealed their all new entry level hatchback, the redi-Go. The redi-Go is based on the same CMFA platform which alliance partner Renault used for the Kwid. However the redi-Go looks and feels different. It sports a rather rakish design which sets it apart from its sibling, the Kwid. Dimensions reveal that the redi-Go is 3.4m in length and sports a wheelbase of 2,430mm. Overall the redi-Go comes with a more proportionate design as compared to its nearest rival.Also Read: Datsun redi-Go unveiled, India launch in June Inside the redi-Go looks cool thanks to a rather rakish dash. The centre console houses the audio system and right below it sit the controls for the aircon. There are also a whole host of cubby holes around the cabin which sure comes handy. The instrument panel is borrowed from the Micra and is quite comprehensive for a car of its size. Datsun is also offering a driver’s side airbag but we expect it to come in only the top variants. As far as space is concerned the redi-Go offers ample headroom thanks to it being rather tall. The boot too is deep and spacious for a car of this class.Also Read: Comparison: Datsun redi-Go vs Alto 800 vs Eon vs Kwid Power comes from a 799cc, 3-cylinder petrol engine which churns out 54bhp and 72Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Expect the redi-Go to be a rather fuel efficient car. Datsun will also offer multiple accessory packages which will be available at dealership and treated as optional extra. So if you like the redi-Go, Datsun will open bookings from May and deliveries will begin in June.advertisementlast_img

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