Datsun has introduced two new special editions of its Go hatchback and Go+ MPV in the Indian market today.
The Nissan-owned automobile company, Datsun has announced the Remix Limited Edition of the Go hatch and Go+ MUV in India, at a price tag of Rs 4.21 lakh (ex-showroom) and Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom) respectively. In mechanical terms, they are more or less unchanged. The remix limited edition of Go and Go+ comes with host of cosmetic changes which includes new hood, roof wraps, all black interiors and new dual-tone color combinations.
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The exterior changes on the limited edition version of the Go hatchback include an exclusive ONYX black color and attractive orange decals. The GO and GO+ also come in Storm White and Dual-tone Silver colour schemes, respectively.
Nine new features have been included in these cars: remote keyless entry, hands-free bluetooth audio, stylish seat cover, all black front grill, stylish black wheel covers, piano black interior, rear sporty spoiler, stylish chrome exhaust finisher and chrome bumper bezel.
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The Go and GO+ use the same 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder petrol engine with 67 Bhp and 104 Nm outputs.
Both models come with a two year/unlimited kilometres warranty with free road side assistance. Both models have also been launched with follow-me-home-headlamps, powerful AC, speed sensitive electric power steering, AUX and USB charging ports, central locking and front power windows.
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On the launch, Jerome Saigot, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India said, "Datsun brings together the heritage of Japanese technology and contemporary design that appeal to our target consumers". The warranty can also be extended up to five years/unlimited kilometres with free road side assistance. Christened the "Remix Edition", it is part of the Japanese low-priced brand's affinity towards launching exclusive models of its auto fleet in limited numbers.