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Datsun GO+

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  • D
    PetrolManual 4,19,990
  • A
    PetrolManual 5,09,990
  • A(O)
    PetrolManual 5,65,990
  • T
    PetrolManual 5,99,990
  • T(O)
    PetrolManual 6,25,990
  • T CVT
    PetrolAutomatic (CVT) 6,69,990
  • T(O) CVT
    PetrolAutomatic (CVT) 6,89,990
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₹ 4.2 Lakh
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Datsun GO+ Key Specifications

Price₹ 4.2 Lakh onwards
Mileage 18.57 to 19.02 kmpl
Engine 1198 cc
Transmission Manual and Automatic (CVT)
FuelType Petrol
Seating Capacity 7

Datsun GO+ Price

Datsun GO+ price starts at ₹ 4.2 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 6.9 Lakh. The price of Petrol version for GO+ ranges between ₹ 4.2 Lakh - ₹ 6.9 Lakh.

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CarWale's Take

  • Good Things

    • Spacious interiors.
    • Flexible compact seven-seater.
    • Pliant ride quality.
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  • Could be Better

    • Mediocre engine performance.
    • Interior fit and finish.
    • Higher NVH levels.
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GO+ Verdict

The Datsun Go+ is a good buy if you are looking for a compact people mover with a 5+2 seating configuration. The 2018 facelift received updates to its exteriors and interiors with an updated equipment list. It, now, comes with standard safety features to comply with the new safety norms. The Go+ is good value and offers immense practicality as a people carrier or a luggage haulier.

The Datsun Go+ is a good buy if you are looking for a compact people mover with a 5+2 seating configuration. The 2018 facelift received updates to its exteriors and interiors with an updated equipment list. It, now, comes with standard safety features to comply with the new safety norms. The Go+ is good value and offers immense practicality as a people carrier or a luggage haulier.

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GO+ Review

We get behind the wheel of the Datsun GO and GO+ CVT. First in the segment!

What are they?

Why I would buy them: CVT, space and practicality

Why I would avoid them: lack of premium feel, low torque

These cars that you see in photos are the automatic versions of the GO and GO+ hatchbacks. The gearbox is a CVT (continuously variable transmission) which is a first in the segment and they are based on the T and the T (O) variants. 

Given that these are essentially variants of the GO twins, they do not differ much from their three-pedal siblings. The face is dominated by the bug-eyed headlamps with their angular design elements while the octagonal grille and vertical LED DRLs do well to give both the cars unique appearance.

In profile, the GO+ does a better job than the hatchback as, despite the compacted length, it does stand out due to the estate car design. A nice touch is the 14-inch alloy wheels which give the car a premium appearance.

The only major hint of the car’s two-pedal setup is the CVT badge on the rear. These visual changes have been around for almost a year now and have certainly done well to uplift the image of both vehicles as the pre-facelift models (launched in 2014) were rather understated in terms of grabbing eyeballs.

How are they on the inside?

The GO and the GO+ have the same cabin in terms of layout, elements and features but in the case of the latter, it is a dual-tone setup (beige over black) while the GO is a full black affair.

This cabin has been in force since Datsun updated the car in late 2018 and is a major step up from the pre-facelift model’s cabin which could best be described as a large grey slate. The highlight of the dashboard is, of course, the 7.0-inch touchscreen system which offers all the functionality expected of a car in this segment like Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity and light and dark mode. However, it performs averagely when it comes to graphics and transitions.

The quality of plastics in both cars is quite impressive for this price bracket and is once again quite a step up from the previous car. On the practicality front, you get deep door pockets, covered glove box and for the first time, a rear parcel shelf. 

The cars that we drove had been accessorised with some rather fancy looking seat covers bearing the GO/GO+ loGOs and trimmed out in body colour and silver respectively. With the 2018 update, Datsun ditched the extended passenger seats for regular bucket seats and these offer better comfort and support. Despite the driver’s seat and steering not having the height or reach adjustment, the ergonomics behind the wheel is acceptable and it is not very hard to find a GOod driving position.

While there is so much going on with the front seats, the rear is quite bare as there are no storage spaces or even an armrest. The support from seats is decent and with a bit of squeezing you would be able to fit three abreast.

The GO+’s USP, of course, is its third-row but you should consider this as an emergency seating option or slightly premium luggage storage space. In both cars, the second row folds while in the GO+, the third row folds down offering a massive 347-litres of storage space. All versions of the GO and GO+ now get dual front airbags, rear side crash protection, pedestrian protection regulation, central locking as well ABS with EBD as standard across the range.  

How do they drive?

The Datsun GO and GO+ are both offered only with a three-cylinder 1.2-litre petrol engine producing 75bhp/104Nm. The standard fitment is a five-speed manual but the car we have driven is the CVT powered model and is the first in the segment to offer this technology.

For a 1.2-litre engine, this isn’t as peppy as one would expect with little to no action below the 2000rpm mark and you need to step on the throttle a bit to see some action from the engine. Once you get into the meat of the torque band, there is a great amount of driveability in the mid-range which pretty much where most of the action is considering the city-oriented nature of the car. The engine starts to strain and gets quite audible when you GO past the 80kmph mark but it will do three-digit speeds when needed.

You also get a sport button for additional revs as well as a low mode for access to additional torque for overtaking or when the need to build up quick momentum is needed. However, the small amount of available torque means you need to plan overtakes well in advance. The advantage of CVT in place of an expected AMT (in this part of the market) comes in the form of smoothness of driving experience and absence of the gearbox shifting through a corner.  

Both the GO and GO+ ride surprisingly well and the suspension setup can absorb the usual set of road imperfections without sending too much back to the cabin. Of the two, the GO+ with its marginally longer length does a better job of ironing out the road.

However, the setup being on the softer side starts to show if you get too carried away behind the wheel. As we had said in our first-drive review of the GO and GO+ facelift last year, drive the car in an unhurried pace gliding from point to point and they will reward you with safe driving experience. 

Should I buy them?


The update in 2018 saw both cars finally reach a point of segment standard and this addition of a segment-first CVT is a solid value addition to their packages. They are essentially big cars with a segment standard feature list at a lower price point. They also offer quite a bit more practicality than their rivals but still lack the premium feel that their rivals offer.   

Where do they fit in?

The Datsun GO competes against the Tata Tiago, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R as well as the Hyundai Santro. The Datsun GO+ competes against the Renault Triber as well as low and mid-level variants of the Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Hyundai Grand i10

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Datsun GO+ Colours

GO+ is available/sold in the following colours in India.

* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Datsun GO+ Mileage

Fuel TypeTransmissionMileage

(1198 cc)

Automatic (CVT)18.57 kmpl

(1198 cc)

Manual19.02 kmpl

FAQs about Datsun GO+

Q: What is the price of GO+ in Mumbai?
On road price of base variant of Datsun GO+ in mumbai is ₹ 4.2 Lakh. On road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount. You can find the accurate on road price of Datsun GO+ in your mumbai using this link
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Q: Which car is better between GO+ vs Triber?
GO+ is priced at ₹ 4.2 Lakh. It comes with 1198 cc engine which generates 67 bhp of power & 104 Nm of torque. Whereas, Triber is priced at ₹ 4.99 Lakh, comes with 999 cc engine which generates 71 bhp of power & 96 Nm of torque. To see the detailed comparison, please check out this link
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Q: What is the minimum down payment required/minimum EMI for GO+?
Yes, GO+ can be financed with a down payment of Rs. 0.42 Lakh. Whereas, the exact minimum down payment amount depends on multiple factors like car's on-road price, your financial eligibility and loan provider bank's limitations. You can use the car EMI calculator link on to get a tentative amount of lowest downpayment you can make for GO+.
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Q: What is the mileage of GO+?
As per ARAI, the mileage of GO+ is 19.02 kmpl. Real mileage of the vehicle varies depending upon the driving habits. City and highway mileage figures also vary depending upon the road conditions. To know more about GO+ mileage, check out this link You can also calculate your monthly fuel expenses.
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Q: Is there any exchange offer on GO+?
There are multiple factors on which exchange value depends. Model year, kms driven, looks, insurances claimed and many such other factors contribute to deciding upon an exchange amount. Hence, to get the best exchange value or offer, we would advise you to get in touch with your nearest Datsun showroom. You can find nearest Datsun showroom using this link
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Datsun GO+ Expert Reviews

2018 Datsun Go and Go Plus First Drive Review

2018 Datsun Go and Go Plus First Drive Review

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Datsun GO+ User Reviews

Low maintenance, Reliable car, using since 5 yrs

for Datsun GO+ on 04-Aug-2020 by Tilakraj Gandhi

After driving this car for 45000 km since last 5 yrs when it was launched the first time, and spending barely 40k total in maintenance since all this5 yrs I think Datsun go plus is a...

Exprience in go+

for Datsun GO+ on 17-Jul-2020 by Suman kumar

Low price car , waderful driving expreience. Very amazing looking . nice mailage . maintenance charge is low. Its a family car 5+2 . no cons because ...

It's really fabulous

for Datsun GO+ on 22-Jun-2020 by Srijan

Nice car.... Go for it... It's a seven-seater car... For less price, this car is best.... It's really comfortable in all means... Datsun Go+ has really made easier for middle-class...

Excellent car that fits budget of everyone.

for Datsun GO+ on 09-Jun-2020 by Bhavi

Nice car and fits the budget. The car comes with very good features which are available at high prices on other brands. One can consider this car. Its diesel variant is awaited and I...

Enjoy ur first car...

for Datsun GO+ on 08-Jun-2020 by N Pavan Sandeep

Great value for money... Good assistance with the finance as well... Lovely space for a budget car... Average maintenance value... Looks premium... Rides like a family budget car......

Datsun GO+ Price in India

CityOn-Road Prices
Mumbai₹ 5 Lakh onwards
Bangalore₹ 5.14 Lakh onwards
Delhi₹ 4.74 Lakh onwards
Pune₹ 5 Lakh onwards
Hyderabad₹ 5.09 Lakh onwards
Ahmedabad₹ 4.84 Lakh onwards
Chennai₹ 5 Lakh onwards
Kolkata₹ 4.78 Lakh onwards
Chandigarh₹ 4.75 Lakh onwards

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