Datsun has launched the Redigo in India at Rs 2.39 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi). It is being offered in five variants - D, A, T, T(O) and S. We've mentioned each variant in depth to tell you what each trim has to offer and which one you should opt for. Have a look.
Datsun Redigo D at Rs 2.39 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)
This D trim is the base variant of the Redigo and does miss out on some features from the top-end S variant. It gets black coloured steel wheels instead of the silver wheels and just one ORVM on the driver's side. The interior gets standard fabric upholstery, integrated front headrests and fixed rear seats. Though the tachometer is absent, this variant gets the MID on the instrument cluster.
Datsun Redigo A at Rs 2.82 lakh
A step above the D trim, the A variant gets silver coloured steel wheels and a passenger side ORVM. This trim gets body coloured bumpers and there are chrome accents on the grille. The premium fabric upholstery is a notch above the standard one. There is the air conditioner which the D trim missed out on, and this A version also gets a digital tachometer, 12V power socket and engine immobilizer. Instead of the fixed rear seats, this one gets foldable ones and a passenger side sun visor.
Datsun Redigo T at Rs 3.09 lakh
The exterior changes in the T version over the A trim include body-coloured door handles and wheel covers. The biggest addition is of power steering and the cabin features a piano black finish on centre console. There is a mobile docking station and two speakers in the front as well.
Datsun Redigo T(O) at Rs 3.19 lakh
In addition to the features from the T variant, this T(O) version gets front power windows and a music system with CD, AUX, AM/FM and USB support.
Datsun Redigo S at Rs 3.34 lakh
This is the top-spec Redigo that comes packed with all the features from the rest of the variants. Datsun has equipped this top-of-the-line variant with LED DRLs as fog lamps. However, the most important addition comes in the form of the driver-side airbag.
We would have loved to see ABS on the car and it would have been a great option to have airbags even as an alternative. Nevertheless, the Datsun Redigo has intended to put forth a proposition that an entry-level car need not look boring and have basic features. So we would suggest you to buy the S variant as it gets all the features that make the Redigo what it is and what was displayed through its concept car.