What You'll Like
Engine Response, Price, Easy to Drive
What You Won't
Minimal Thigh Support, Rear Luggage Space
Could Very Well Turn Out to be a Practical and Popular Five Seater
TorqueX Recommended Variant
On typical roads, the Go+ feels well cushioned and tackles rough surfaces fairly well. However, bigger potholes do crash through, mainly due to the small 13-inch wheels. Handling is safe but it doesn’t enjoy being pushed around corners.
The Go+ is the only one in its class with seven seats and the best at carrying five with their luggage at this price point so if space is your prime concern, look no further. But it’s hard to overlook the extensive cost cutting – it lacks the feel–good factor, there’s hardly any equipment and there are no safety features either.
Datsun Go + Video Review
2 Years / Unlimited kms
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SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
Mc Pherson Strut with Double Pivot Lower Arm
H-Type Torsion Beam
Power Assisted Electric
Front: 155/70 R13, Rear: 155/70 R13