Leaked: Datsun Redi-Go Prices Could Start At Rs 2.39 Lakh In India - Overdrive

Leaked: Datsun redi-Go prices could start at Rs 2.39 lakh in India

03 Jun 2016 / 0

Datsun is all set to launch its latest offering the redi-Go in India on June 7, 2016. However, the starting prices of the upcoming redi-Go is already out. The official website has listed the price of the entry-level model at Rs 2.39 lakh in India which is in-line with the company’s plan of pricing it in the Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 3.5 lakh bracket.

Datsun redi-Go (19)

If the mentioned price is accurate, it makes the base variant of the Datsun redi-Go cheaper than that of the Renault Kwid by up to Rs 23,000 and the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 by up to Rs 20,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The highlights of the upcoming Datsun redi-Go, according to Datsun, is its unique styling and higher ground clearance. Also, the cabin features comparatively premium options compared to the Go siblings.

Datsun redi-Go (6)

The Datsun redi-Go is powered by a Renault-developed 799cc petrol motor that makes 54PS of power at 5,678rpm and generates 72Nm of torque at 4,386rpm. Datsun claims that the aluminium-finished motor is claimed to be highly fuel efficient and extremely compact in construction. It is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. According to Datsun, the redi-Go delivers 25.17kmpl. To know more about its performance, read our Datsun redi-Go first drive review.

Also read:

Datsun redi-Go first drive review

Video: Datsun redi-Go first drive review

Production-spec Datsun redi-Go unveiled in India

Video: Datsun redi-Go unveiled in India

Datsun redi-Go: Here are the important things that you need to know

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