Datsun Redi-Go Pre-bookings Start In India At Rs 5,000 - Overdrive

Datsun redi-Go pre-bookings start in India at Rs 5,000

29 Apr 2016 / 0

Datsun India which showcased the redi-Go compact hatchback in India a few days ago, will open bookings on May 1, 2016. You can go to a Nissan showroom and pre-book the redi-Go at Rs 5,000 which is refundable should you decide to cancel the booking at a later stage. Deliveries though will start only in June 2016.

Datsun RediGo (11)



Datsun RediGo (13)

While prices will be announced on June 1, 2016, expect prices to be start from Rs 2.5 lakh. The top-end trim will be priced at around Rs 3.5 lakh, ex-showroom. Aside from booking the redi-Go at the 217 Nissan India outlets, one can also reserve the car through There is also the android-only Datsun India app which can also be used to book the car.

Datsun RediGo (1)

Powering the Datsun redi-Go is the same 0.8l, 3-cylinder petrol engine from the Kwid. It is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. We have an exclusive preview of the Datsun redi-Go here and an image gallery. The ground clearance of the redi-Go is 185mm, with the hatchback being able to seat four people in reasonable comfort. On the top trim, Datsun have also given a single-din audio system with USB as well as aux compatibility. The instrument cluster is also a fresh unit. The umbrella style handbrake from the Go has been given a skip and a conventional unit comes in its place. There are quite a few storage spaces too in the Datsun redi-Go. The boot while not exactly deep, can hold one suitcase.

The Datsun redi-Go will compete with the Renault Kwid, Maruti Alto 800 and the Hyundai Eon.


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