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New Delhi [India]: Datsun India on Wednesday launched the highly-anticipated Datsun redi-GO 1.0L at Rs. 3, 57,333 with iSAT engine, which features more power, style and convenience for customers.
 
"Datsun is a challenger brand and we have been working hard for three years now to bring products that people want and desire. In that spirit, building on the successful launch of redi-GO last year, Datsun now offers a more powerful driving experience with the redi-GO 1.0L. It brings more power, style and convenience for our customers, and we are delighted to launch it today," said managing director of Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd., Arun Malhotra.
 
"Datsun is focused on offering accessible and high-value-for-money cars for aspirational "young India." The Datsun redi- GO 1.0L is the latest example of our brand's core strengths, and we will continue to enhance the Datsun model line-up in line with our customers' expectations," said vice president Datsun India, Jerome Saigot.
 
The Datsun redi-GO 1.0L is powered by the Intelligent Spark Automated Technology (iSAT) 1.0L three-cylinder fuel efficient engine, paired with a five-speed manual transmission, to enhance the driving experience for owners. Addtionally, it comes in two trim levels, T (O) and S, with new features such as central locking and remote keyless entry; black interiors; and silver finish on the AC vents and horn pad. The car is available in five body colours: Silver, Grey, Ruby, Lime and White.
 
To further strengthen Datsun's relationship with its customers, in May 2017 the brand launched the "Datsun Care" comprehensive package for new Datsun redi-GO buyers. Datsun care is an industry-leading all-inclusive car service package that offers peace of mind to customers.
 
Launched in India in June 2016, Datsun redi-GO combines the roominess, agility and efficiency of an urban hatchback with best-in-class ground clearance (185mm) and high seating position.
 
The Datsun redi-GO 1.0L brings together other best-in-class features, such as front visibility, shoulder room, rear knee room, with brisk acceleration thanks to more power coming from the new engine. 
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