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Datsun Redi-GO To Get A Facelift Soon; Will Get Major Updates

Fresh reports suggest that Datsun is going to launch the facelift of Redi-GO soon. The A-segment hatchback will now be better in terms of fit and finish.

Datsun Redi-GO is a popular entry-level hatchback in India, since it is more affordable than its competitors. It goes against the likes of Renault Kwid, Alto 800 and the base-variants of the Hyundai Santro as well.

However, when it comes to Datsun, a lot of buyers worry about the fit and finish of their cars. The Redi-GO has only received 1-star in the safety crash tests. Now, Team-BHP reports that all of it is going to change as Datsun is launching the Redi-GO facelift.

In this facelift, Datsun will upgrade the Redi-GO with tweaked front and rear bumpers. Actually, the exterior will be completely revised and so will the interior be. Inside the cabin, you can expect a completely new dashboard design and upgraded upholstery.

Also Read: Datsun RediGO Gets One Star In The Recent Global NCAP Crash Test

The fit and finish quality of the Redi-GO will be improved. Datsun plans to make it more sturdy and has hinted that it wants 3-star rating for the hatchback. So, we can expect a stronger platform and components onboard.

The new features list might include the addition of a touchscreen-infotainment, which is the new fad in even small cars. The touchscreen unit with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay from the Datsun GO might be seen on the Redi-GO. Other than that, the passenger-side airbag will also be added in the features list.

The Datsun Redi-GO facelift will be equipped with BS-6 compliant engines right from the launch. In its current state, the hatchback uses an 800cc as well as a 1.0 litre petrol engine. The 800cc engine produces 54 BHP and 72 Nm of peak torque. The bigger engine delivers 68 BHP and 91 Nm of peak torque.

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The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and the top-spec variants are available with a 5-speed AMT as well. The same setup is going to continue with the facelift as well. So, it looks like a major update for the Redi-GO and its first one as well.

With all these updates, the prices of Redi-GO will increase surely. As of now, it starts off at Rs 2.80 Lakhs going up to Rs 4.37 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). The prices are likely to increase by Rs 10,000-20,000, tops.