CVT Option To Be Available On Datsun Go and Go+ From This Diwali

by Vivaan Khatri | 13/08/2019
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Nissan India has confirmed that the company is going to offer a new CVT variant on the Datsun GO and GO+ this Diwali. Moreover, the Nissan Kicks CVT will also follow.

The automotive industry is going through a tough time recently due to the decreasing sales figure. The slow-selling business has pushed the carmakers toward renovating their offerings and bringing out more attractive discounts and options. Moreover, the upcoming regulations also force carmakers to reform and update their current models. As a result, the current market has seen a wave of new offers popping up on the scene. Many carmakers have started to offer automatic variants on their current non-automatic models. Recently, Tata Motors has launched the AMT version of the Harrier and Tigor. Mahindra also introduced the XUV300 AMT at the price of Rs 11.5 lakh. Recently Nissan India has confirmed the arrival of the CVT versions of the hatchback Datsun Go and crossover Datsun Go+, two models owned by Nissan’s sub-brand–Datsun.

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Datsun Go and Datsun Go+ will get CVT option in Diwali

Diwali is the high time for the entire market in India. During this occasion, carmakers will put out the best, most appealing offers and introduce new car models. Nissan will also try to make the best out of Diwali. Besides the addition of the CVT version on the Datsun Go and Datsun Go+, the carmaker also updates these models along with Nissan Kicks to meet with the upcoming BSVI emission norms.

Also read - 2018 Datsun GO and GO+: What are the best new features?

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Besides the addition of CVT option, the Datsun Go and Datsun Go+ will come with BSVI-compliant engines

The existing Datsun Go and Datsun Go+ are powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine that delivers the maximum power of 68 PS and 104 Nm. It is available solely with a 5-speed manual gearbox. These models are on sales at the price of Rs 3.32 lakh (Datsun Go) and Rs 3.86 lakh (Datsun Go+). On the other hand, Nissan Kicks, which was launched earlier this year, comes with two engines, a 1.5-litre in-line 4-cylinder petrol engine (106 PS/142Nm) and a 1.5-litre diesel in-line 4-cylinder diesel engine (110 PS/240Nm). The diesel engine is mated with a 6-speed manual gearbox while the petrol variants come with a 5-speed manual transmission. The entry-level petrol and diesel variant are priced at Rs 9.55 lakh and 11.09 lakh respectively. With all the engine updates and the transmission addition, these models are expected to see a significant price hike. For more car news, visit

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