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Datsun redi-GO receives 10,000 Bookings In India

Nissan India has announced that the Datsun redi-GO has received over 10,000 bookings since the time of its launch on 7th June 2016. The major part of the bookings have come from large metropolitan and Tier-2 cities.

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The redi-GO is the entry level car from Datsun, in the same platform as the Renault Kwid

The Datsun redi-GO is based on the same CMF-A platform as the Renault Kwid. The redi-GO has managed to receive over 10,000 bookings in India since its launch. The company says that the majority of sales for the entry level Datsun has come from either metropolitan cities or from Tier-2 cities.

The price of the Datsun ranges from Rs. 2.38 Lakhs to Rs. 3.34 Lakhs(ex-Showroom, New Delhi). The redi-GO comes with the similar 0.8-litre engine as the Renault Kwid which produces 54HP of power and 72Nm of torque. The Datsun redi-GO measures 3429 mm long, 1560 mm wide, 1541 mm high with a wheelbase of 2348 mm and also boasts a best-in-class ground clearance and boot space of 185 mm and 222 litres respectively.

The Datsun redi-GO is available over the 227 Nissan and Datsun showrooms across India. The car comes with ARAI approved fuel economy of 25.17kmph. The car also gets a 2-year/unlimited Km warranty as standard with free roadside assistance. An optional package to extend the warranty to 3-years/unlimited kilometres is also available.

The car comes fitted with a number of features like LED daytime running lights, front power windows, power steering, a music system with radio/CD/USB/AUX input driver-side airbags are some of the features available on the top-end variant of the Datsun redi-GO.

Arun Malhotra, Managing Director of Nissan India mentioned recently that the Datsun brand and especially the redi-GO is getting a lot of attention due to it brings in a lot of freshness and energy into the entry car segment.

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The entry level Datsun recently crossed 10,000 bookings in India since its launch

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