Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Datsun Go 2020 comes in. There are 7 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the D version. The number of manual versions are 5 while the number of automatic trims are 2. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|DPetrol,Upto 19.02,Manual||₹ 4.03 Lakh|
|APetrol,Upto 19.02,Manual||₹ 5.00 Lakh|
|A(O)Petrol,Upto 19.02,Manual||₹ 5.40 Lakh|
The Datsun Go 2020 is one of the 3 different models from the house of Datsun. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 402778 and buyers can pick from as many as 7 different versions. The transmission options on the Datsun Go 2020 include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Go offers a max power of 77PS@5000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Strom Motors R3 and Maruti S-Presso.
I purchased my first car in July as I wanted a personal means of transport. My budget was really low and my brother insisted I look at the new Go. Frankly I was really impressed with the chic design which is far better than other car I had in my mind. I opted for an automatic and this was a wise choice. Though I knew how to drive, the Go feels really easy going. It has done just 600km till now and the fuel economy shown is not as promised. I was told 16-17 km/l but it is actually under 15 as of now. Apart from that, I am also happy with the warranty offered and the claimed service costs. Fingers crossed - really want my first personal car to be provide me a good ownership experience.
I own a 2020 Datsun GO and this costed me around Rs 6 lakh on road. The financing options were remarkable and till now I have not faced any problem. I have covered around 7000 km on this one and it is serving me quite nicely. The 1.2L petrol engine works and the interiors are where I feel good to be sitting. It gives me ample space and at the rear for long trips also it is good. The only downside is the lack of cushioning for driver seat as it makes the long drive a task and make me feel tired. Rest, I am satisfied with the car.
I got this car from a used car market for dirt cheap at Rs 2 lakh only. The owner wanted to sell and since I was looking for a car, this ticked all the boxes. I stay in the hills so you need a good car that delivers good fuel economy. The highest I have achieved is 15 km/l which is good and the only downside is that the underbody gets hurts on rough surfaces. This car is mostly used as taxi so the rear seat is not that comfortable. Else, it is a low maintenance and I am happy using this as a primary car.
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