Datsun redi-GO Gold 1.0L Special Edition Introduced

Datsun redi-GO Gold 1.0L Special Edition Introduced

By: || Updated: 26 Sep 2017 11:30 AM

The Datsun redi-GO Gold Edition comes with stylistic changes inside-out along with additional features, and is based on the 1.0-litre version of the hatchback 



Datsun has introduced the redi-GO Gold 1.0L special edition in the ongoing festive season. It is only available in the recently introduced 1.0L version of the hatchback. Just like the Sport edition which is based on the redi-GO 0.8-litre, the Gold edition comes with stylistic changes inside-out along with additional features. It is likely to be priced around Rs 15-18,000 more than the top-spec S 1.0L trim, which is priced at Rs 3.72 lakh (ex-showroom, pan India). 



Datsun redi-GO Gold



What’s new in the Datsun redi-GO Gold 1.0L?




  • Gold themed graphics on the hood, roof and doors 

  • Gold inserts on grille and wheel covers 

  • Available in three colours: White, Silver and Bronze Grey 

  • Contrasting spoiler and wheel covers: White and Silver colours get a Volcano Grey spoiler, while Bronze Grey option gets a Black spoiler 

  • Black leatherette seat upholstery with gold highlights 

  • Gold highlights on the centre console 

  • Bluetooth-enabled music system, which was sorely missing in the 1.0-litre and 0.8-litre models 

  • Comes with rear parking sensors

  • Offers app-controlled ambient lighting 

  • Chrome boot-lid garnish 



Mechanically, it remains unaltered and offers the same 1.0-litre motor that also powers its sibling, the Renault Kwid. The engine puts out 68PS of max power and 91Nm of peak torque and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. 



Check out our road test of the Datsun redi-GO 1.0L: Datsun redi-GO 1.0-Litre: First Drive Review 



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