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Old 12-05-2013, 01:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Datsun Go+ Specs

Datsun India yesterday released new information and specs about the upcoming Datsun Go+. Here they are.

Dimensions
- 3,995mm length
- 1,635mm width
- 1,500mm height
- wheelbase 2,450mm

Weight
- 794kg

Engine
- 1.2-liter 3-cylinder petrol

Transmission
- 5-speed manual

Paint Options
- Reddish Gold, White Solid, Silver Metallic, Grey metallic and Black Solid
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Old 12-05-2013, 01:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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794KG or 1750.47 LBS is really good weight to keep a vehicle like this at. I was expecting it to easily crack the 2000lbs weight mark
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Old 12-07-2013, 03:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks for hte info

lightweight car thats for sure

helps because the motor isn't exactly that powerful
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thanks for hte info

lightweight car thats for sure

helps because the motor isn't exactly that powerful
yup, only way to make it right.
i guess if it was too heavy, the next best thing they could do is drop a turbo in it.
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its also a small car devoid of most modern technologies present in american cars.

Turbo is not likely considering where its being sold and the purpose it is being sold for...
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I bet that it keeps the weight down because there is next to nothing inside the Datsun GO+. It doesn't even come with a radio standard.I'd rather have a bit heavier car with some basic amenities personally.
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along with the lack of features keeping it light.
they probably used some light weight techology to keep weight down.
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along with the lack of features keeping it light.
they probably used some light weight techology to keep weight down.
What do you mean by "lightweight technology?" Do you just mean parts that are light? I mean I don't think they are using carbon fiber or anything.

If people cram into the GO+ like I expect they will, its a good thing that it is light, cause it will be a lot heavier when its used as a bus.
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What do you mean by "lightweight technology?" Do you just mean parts that are light? I mean I don't think they are using carbon fiber or anything.

If people cram into the GO+ like I expect they will, its a good thing that it is light, cause it will be a lot heavier when its used as a bus.
theres more to lightweight materials than just carbon fiber. Aluminium for instance is much lighter than steel.

a heavier car will also reduce your fuel consumption. Coming from where I'm from I will take more efficiency over a radio or satnav any day.
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its light because it doesnt have much in it

i doubt its aluminum or carbon or anything fancy like that

mostly steel.
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