Nissan’s sub-brand Datsun has introduced the Go+, the second model from the re-launched brand after the budget hatchback, Go. Both models may look outright identical, but the Go+ sits two more people with its 5+2 seating layout.
The stretched sibling measures 3,995 mm long, 1,635mm wide and 1,485mm tall. It shares the same wheelbase with the Go at 2,450mm. The difference between these two models lies at the rear section of the vehicle, where a third lateral window gives the Go+ a conventional wagon look. Like its sibling, the Go+ is powered by Nissan Micra-sourced 1.2-litre petrol engine connected to a five-speed manual transmission that sends power to the front axle. Also present in the Go+ is the Datsun Mobile Docking Station that comes in favour of traditional AM/FM radio.
Production-wise, the Go+ will join the Go at Nissan’s Purwakarta plant in Indonesia, where both will be sold with a price tag of less than 100 million rupiah each.