The Datsun Go Plus’s biggest selling point is its space. It looks like the stretched version of the Go hatchback and has many of the same design aspects.
The Go Plus comfortably seats five tall people. The front row of seating is also a bench, however the centre space is meant for storing handbags, laptop
bags etc. The third row of seats can be folded to increase the boot space. The Go Plus comes loaded with Mobile Docking Station like the GO, along with
follow me home headlamps, intelligent wiper, front power windows, power steering and AC for the range topping model. Many of these are segment first
The Go Plus has a 1.2 litre engine that produces decent amount of power and even the drivability of this engine is good. The Go Plus comes mated to a five
speed manual transmission and the first two ratios are short and the other three are tall. This makes it easier to drive it in the city and even on the
The braking on the Datsun Go Plus is good, even the top of the line model comes with ABS fitted in it. The dampener technology on the Go Plus has been
picked up from the Infiniti. Infiniti is Nissan’s premium car division and the Datsun gets this technology. The Datsun Go Plus’s ride is supple and it
absorbs most of road shocks. The suspension does a good job on broken tarmac.
Variants of the Datsun GO Plus: